New Councillors Win Their Way to Winnipeg City Hall

New Councillors Win Their Way to Winnipeg City Hall

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City Hall, 510 Main Street (FILE)
Winnipeg Election Voting
People head to a polling station to vote in the municipal election in Winnipeg, Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2018. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/John Woods)

WINNIPEG — There are several new faces on Winnipeg’s city council after five seats were left up for grabs. Several incumbents are also returning to council chambers — some in newly-created wards after the city’s electoral map was redrawn for the 2018 municipal election.

Below are unofficial results, with the winners declared in bold.

Charleswood-Tuxedo

  • Kevin Klein
  • Kevin Nichols
  • Grant Nordman
  • Ken St. George

Daniel McIntyre

  • Josh Brandon
  • Cindy Gilroy
  • Sarowar Miah

Elmwood – East Kildonan

  • Robb Massey
  • Jason Schreyer

Fort Rouge – East Fort Garry

  • Peter Koroma
  • Stephanie Meilleur
  • Jeff Palmer
  • Sherri Rollins
  • Bryanna Spina
  • Michael Thompson
  • Harry Wolbert

Mynarski

  • Dave Capar
  • Ross Eadie
  • Greg Littlejohn
  • Michael Wiens

North Kildonan

  • Jeff Browaty
  • Andrew Podolecki

Old Kildonan

  • Bradley Gross
  • Devi Sharma
  • Kaur Sidhu

Point Douglas

  • Dean Koshelanyk
  • Vivian Santos
  • Kate Sjoberg

River Heights – Fort Garry

  • Gary Lenko
  • John Orlikow
  • Garth Steek

St. Boniface

  • Matt Allart
  • Marcel Boille

St. James

  • Shawn Dobson
  • Scott Gillingham
  • Kurt Morton

St. Norbert – Seine River

  • Markus Chambers
  • Glenn Churchill
  • Nancy Cooke
  • Chris Davis
  • Nikolas Joyal

St. Vital

  • Brian Mayes
  • Baljeet Sharma

Transcona

  • Alex Allard
  • Basil Evan
  • Shane Geschiere
  • Steven Lipischak
  • Shawn Nason
  • Sandeep Sharma
  • Wally Welechenko
  • Raymond Ulasy

Waverley West

  • Janice Lukes – ACCLAIMED
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