2014 Winnipeg Civic Election

A Citizen Created Election Resource

About Us

WinnipegElection.ca is a citizen-created election resource for voters in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

This site features interactive ward maps, ward statistics, historical information about past elections, a calendar of election events, and educational resources about voting and government. Mayoral, City Council and School Board candidates are listed along with links to their web pages, email addresses, Facebook fan pages and Twitter feeds. News articles that mention candidates are listed along with candidate responses to our election questionnaire.

We describe our methodologies and technologies on our Frequently Asked Questions Page.

The history of this site can be seen in our Press Releases and Press Mentions.

WinnipegElection.ca has no affiliation with the City of Winnipeg Clerk's Department, the official Election authority for city council and school trustee elections.


Open Democracy Manitoba

WinnipegElection.ca was built by Open Democracy Manitoba with the goal of increasing community interest in democracy and encouraging government openness.

Open Democracy Manitoba is run by the volunteer efforts of Kyle Geske, Andrew Burton and Ken Harasym. We maintain a similar website for Manitoba provincial elections, ManitobaElection.ca.


Our Mission

Our mission is to empower voters, helping them learn about the roles, issues, and visions of our representatives in order have a more accountable and respectful democracy.


Funding Recognition

CIRA The development of this website was funded in part by a Community Investment grant from the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA). CIRA manages the .CA top-level domain, Canada’s online identifier, on behalf of all Canadians. A Member-driven organization, CIRA also facilitates the development of a better Internet for all Canadians, and represents the .CA registry internationally.


Contact?

Email: winnipeg.election@gmail.com

Twitter: @WpgElection

Facebook: Winnipeg Election Fan Page


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