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Lyle Bauer Steps Down as PC Party CEO

December 1, 2014 10:49 AM | News


Lyle Bauer

Lyle Bauer (CFL.CA)

Lyle Bauer has left the Progressive Conservative of Manitoba as their chief executive officer.

Bauer was named the party’s CEO in April and was credited with moving the organization forward over the past year and setting up the Tories for future success.

“I knew when we hired Lyle that he was the person to take our party to the next level,” said PC leader Brian Pallister. “While we will miss his daily contributions to the team, we will forever benefit from the structure he has built into our party organization.”

“My engagement with the PC Party of Manitoba was specific in regards to mandate and term and both have been delivered,” Bauer said in a statement. “The attained success could not have been possible without the great staff and volunteers at the party. I wish Brian Pallister and the PC Party of Manitoba all the best in the future.”


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