2014 Winnipeg Civic Election

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Suzanne Hrynyk

Candidate in the 2014 Old Kildonan Council Ward race.

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Questionnaire Response

Why did you decide to run in the 2014 Winnipeg Civic Election?

Maintenance of our limited green space has been poor, transit expansions have ignored the growing needs of those in Amber Trails, our roads are crumbling, our water is brown and our current city councillor is too busy to take phone calls from her constituents. That is unacceptable and rather than complain, I decided to do something about it and with the support of my friends, families and neighbours the decision to run for city council was an easy one.

What experience will you bring to compliment your role as Councillor?

I have spent eight years as a school trustee (2 years as chairperson) and 27 years as a registered nurse where I learned that an inquisitive and hands-on approach is how to get things done. I am straightforward, honest and when I don't have the answer immediately, I will always get back to you as quickly as possible.

What are some issues that you would like to stand for in your role as Councillor, and why are these issues important to you?

Every community within Old Kildonan has different specific issues, whether it is poor waste and water infrastructure, neglect for green spaces and roads, but the theme I have heard from my neighbours living in the ward has been that when people needed help there was no one there for them. I will commit to everyone in Old Kildonan that I will return your phone calls and that I will be an active voice on city council for the growing issues that are facing our community.

What is one thing in particular that you appreciate about the ward you wish to represent?

I appreciate the diversity of Old Kildonan. There has been nothing more enjoyable in this campaign than meeting with people from different cultural, linguistic, religious, and ethnic backgrounds and finding that common ground that brings us together. I have worked hard, visiting with people at their community centres, their temples and churches, and their cultural celebrations because I understand that it is important to engage with all constituents of Old Kildonan so that I can bring their concerns to the fore.

Do you have any other comments regarding your candidacy?

I have worked hard throughout this campaign to reach out beyond my comfort zone. I understand that if I win, I will not have 100 percent support from the entire ward but that I will work hard to represent each individual and each community within the ward with equal vigour. I have knocked on thousands of doors thus far and plan to continue reaching out to my neighbours and my constituents in the ward if elected because being a city councillor is a full-time job and must go beyond a 9 to 5, Monday to Friday committment.


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News that Mentions Suzanne Hrynyk

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Liberals make big gains in Winnipeg with RobertFalcon Ouellette, MaryAnn Mihychuk

Tuesday, 20 October 2015

The Liberal Party made big gains in Winnipeg as poll results came in from across Manitoba Monday night. Several long-sitting MPs were ousted by Liberals, a trend seen across Canada as the party took a majority government for the first time in more than ...

Battleground Winnipeg: Local ridings to watch

Sunday, 18 October 2015

Tory Jim Bell, Liberal MaryAnn Mihychuk, and NDP'er Suzanne Hrynyk do battle for the right to replace outgoing area MP Joy Smith. Other races have gotten more headlines, but a Conservative win here isn't quite a certainty. ELMWOOD-TRANSCONA.

Manitoba ridings to watch

Saturday, 17 October 2015

Nurse and former trustee Suzanne Hrynyk is running for the NDP. Saint Boniface-Saint Vital: Former area city councillor Dan Vandal has been door-knocking for a year, hoping to win the riding back for the Liberals. With Heritage Minister Shelly Glover ...

The politics behind ethnic advertising during an election

Monday, 12 October 2015

The NDP candidates have been a little quieter, with Churchill–Keewatinook Aski NDP candidate Niki Ashton placing ads in the aboriginal newspaper the Grassroots News, and Kildonan-St. Paul candidate Suzanne Hrynyk advertising in the Ukrainian Voice.

Winnipeg's KildonanSt. Paul riding one to watch in federal election: experts

Monday, 05 October 2015

Vying for her spot is Liberal MaryAnn Mihychuk, Tory Jim Bell, the NDP's Suzanne Hrynyk and the Green Party's Steven stairs. Paul Thomas, a professor emeritus at the University of Manitoba and one of the city's top political experts, said the lack of ...

Tory support in KildonanSt. Paul is showing some cracks

Thursday, 01 October 2015

NDP candidate Suzanne Hrynyk, a nurse, has some leftover name recognition in Riverbend and Garden City, where she ran for council a year ago and narrowly lost to incumbent Devi Sharma. But if polls and political punditry are to be believed, she's also ...

Free Press Head Start for Thursday, Oct. 1

Thursday, 01 October 2015

Tonight, there's a seniors debate at the Gwen Secter Creative Living Centre (1588 Main St.) with candidates from Kildonan-St. Paul, including Tory candidate Jim Bell, Liberal candidate MaryAnn Mihychuk and NDP candidate Suzanne Hrynyk. The debate ...

Fewer than one third of federal candidates in Manitoba are women

Monday, 28 September 2015

Niki Ashton, NDP; Joyce Batemen, Conservative; Candice Bergen, Conservative; Rebecca Chartrand, Liberal; Deborah Chief, NDP; Beverley Eert, Green; Brianne, Goertzen, NDP; Suzanne Hrynyk, NDP; Joanne Levy, Liberal; MaryAnn Mihychuk, Liberal; Kim ...

WSD censures Babinsky for harassment

Tuesday, 15 September 2015

March 27, 2014: Babinsky accuses the province of “offloading” cost of education. June 2013: Babinsky sends his recently graduated son Jake to represent him at an academic awards ceremony. When another trustee, Suzanne Hrynyk, confronted Jake, ...

Five Ridings to Watch

Tuesday, 08 September 2015

The NDP, with Suzanne Hrynyk, and the Liberals, with former NDP provincial cabinet minister MaryAnn Mihychuk, are running hard in the riding. Steven Stairs will be on the ballot for the Greens. Race so far: Bell's campaign has been slow out of the gate.

Manitoba seems to be an afterthought for federal New Democrats

Wednesday, 05 August 2015

Also on the radar among very optimistic New Democrats is Kildonan-St. Paul, where former trustee and council candidate Suzanne Hrynyk is waging an energetic battle in what's likely to be a three-way race. The Conservatives have easily held the riding ...

Manitoba seems to be an afterthought for federal New Democrats

Wednesday, 05 August 2015

Also on the radar among very optimistic New Democrats is Kildonan-St. Paul, where former trustee and council candidate Suzanne Hrynyk is waging an energetic battle in what's likely to be a three-way race. The Conservatives have easily held the riding ...

Winnipeg's federal election ridings should prove interesting to watch: Analysis

Tuesday, 04 August 2015

NDP – Suzanne Hrynyk. GRN – Steven Stairs. Analysis: Former longtime MP Joy Smith is not running, so the Conservatives have turned to Jim Bell, former president of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers to continue to keep the riding, well, blue. But the Liberals ...

Five Ridings to Watch

Tuesday, 04 August 2015

Suzanne Hrynyk. Bio: The nurse and former school trustee narrowly lost the area's city council seat last fall to the incumbent, but earned some name recognition. She was a supporter of Greg Selinger in this year's divisive provincial leadership race.

Canada's 42nd federal election underway

Sunday, 02 August 2015

In Kildonan-St. Paul, a riding the Conservatives have won in four straight elections, New Democrat Suzanne Hrynyk hopes to turn the tide. “We've been working on our campaign in Kildonan-St. Paul now already for the past few months,” she said. “Actually ...

Candidate, watchdog fear long campaign too pricey for taxpayers

Sunday, 02 August 2015

Known candidates: Jim Bell (CPC), MaryAnn Mihychuk (Lib), Suzanne Hrynyk (NDP). How it shapes up: Mihychuk was a respected NDP cabinet minister in the Doer government, while Hrynyk came close to winning a city council seat in this area last fall.

Local candidates prep for the dropping of the writ

Saturday, 01 August 2015

Suzanne Hrynyk, the NDP candidate for Kildonan-St. Paul, opened her office July 1 and has been delivering pamphlets and knocking on doors for the past three weeks. Hrynyk, a former school board trustee who unsuccessfully ran for city council in Old ...

Local candidates prep for the dropping of the writ

Saturday, 01 August 2015

Suzanne Hrynyk, the NDP candidate for Kildonan-St. Paul, opened her office July 1 and has been delivering pamphlets and knocking on doors for the past three weeks. Hrynyk, a former school board trustee who unsuccessfully ran for city council in Old ...

Local candidates prep for the dropping of the writ

Saturday, 01 August 2015

Suzanne Hrynyk, the NDP candidate for Kildonan-St. Paul, opened her office July 1 and has been delivering pamphlets and knocking on doors for the past three weeks. Hrynyk, a former school board trustee who unsuccessfully ran for city council in Old ...

Hrynyk looking for federal seat

Friday, 31 July 2015

Hrynyk, the NDP candidate for Kildonan-St. Paul in the upcoming federal election, is a registered nurse, graduating from St. Boniface Hospital School of Nursing in 1987. Oct 9 2014 - Suzanne Hrynyk (SUPPLIED/THE TIMES/CANSTAR COMMUNITY NEWS).

Hrynyk looking for federal seat

Friday, 31 July 2015

Suzanne Hrynyk has spent her entire adult life in the public service. Hrynyk, the NDP candidate for Kildonan-St. Paul in the upcoming federal election, is a registered nurse, graduating from St. Boniface Hospital School of Nursing in 1987. Oct 9 2014 ...

One for the books

Saturday, 04 July 2015

Winnipeg trustees who have recently been unsuccessful running as candidates for other public office: Mike Ducharme, Suzanne Hrynyk, Mike Daoust, Rod Giesbrecht, Brian Olynik, Bryan Metcalfe, Anthony Ramos, Mike Babinsky, Kelly de Groot, Robert Page ...

Former Bomber VP wins Tory nomination in KildonanSt. Paul

Monday, 04 May 2015

He will make a fantastic candidate and MP,” Browaty tweeted Sunday night. Former NDP cabinet minister and one-time mayoral candidate MaryAnn Mihychuk is the Liberal candidate in the riding, while school trustee Suzanne Hrynyk is the NDP candidate.

Former Bombers president wins federal Tory nomination in KildonanSt. Paul

Sunday, 03 May 2015

... I think that is Jim Bell," Schuler said in a recent interview. Running for the Liberals in Kildonan-St. Paul will be former provincial NDP cabinet minister MaryAnn Mihychuk. Running for the NDP will be former Winnipeg School Division trustee ...

Oswald's pension plan idea 'poorly thought out': critics

Monday, 19 January 2015

As for Oswald's leadership opponents, Premier Greg Selinger is still lobbying for the expansion of the CPP, said Suzanne Hrynyk, his campaign spokeswoman. So, too, is Steve Ashton. “As leader, Steve would work together with Manitobans to ensure a ...


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