Thursday , 22 October 2020

Tag Archives: Election

Aftab Arif council platform spotlighting healthcare & small businesses

City Council Candidate Aftab Arif hopes to correct issues in local physical and mental healthcare and economic stimulation. Arif has lived in the Border City for a little over a year, working as a property manager assisting nearly 200 local families. His passion for community development has seen him help communities in the Dominican Republic and Haiti in 2010 after the …

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LRHF asks city council candidates for government support

A local non-profit has reached out to city council candidates requesting support with some of the organization’s initiatives. In the letter posted to social media, Lloydminster Region Health Foundation CEO Malcolm Radke discussed the complex issues the foundation is facing with being a bi-provincial organization. Radke said while the City has demonstrated resiliency with their response to COVID-19, the organization …

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Council Candidate Balenga focusing on inclusivity and fiscal responsibility

Charles Balenga hopes to bring his experience as an immigrant and ideals surrounding fiscal responsibly to City Hall. “Lloydminster is growing as a multicultural city, and it’s good to have first-hand representation. I’m not just bringing my experience as a first-generation immigrant, I bring my understanding of both sides. My wife is born and raised here in Lloydminster, and so …

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Henning aims to clear up NDP anti-oil sentiment in Lloyd riding

New Democratic Party candidate Colleen Henning has looked to clear up some perceptions among the Lloydminster constituency during her campaign trail. She said a lot of residents have inquired about the NDP’s stance on oil. “Some people believe that the NDP is sort of anti-oil or anti-pipeline, which of course we are not, we are actually pro-pipeline, we believe pipelines …

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MP Falk stands behind new Conservative leader

Although Erin O’Toole wasn’t Rosemarie Falk’s first choice, she believes he has strengths that will help move the Conservative party forward. “[O’Toole will be] uniting the party and just continuing the fight for accountability with this Liberal government and continuing to grow the conservative message while staying true to our principles,” said the Battlefords – Lloydminster MP. Falk stated she …

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Saskatchewan government accepting votes by mail

Residents in Saskatchewan now have the option to vote by mail for the 2020 provincial election. Following an announcement on Monday, voters can start the process to cast their ballot by registering to receive their voting kit. Registrations can be done on Elections Saskatchewan’s website or by calling 1-877-958-8683. People who would like to vote by mail will need to …

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