2022 Winnipeg Election Results
Candidate in the River Heights - Fort Garry Councillor Candidates race.
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Brant Field - River Heights - Fort Garry
What got you into politics?
I’ve always been a DIYer, I like to get involved, solve problems, and make things better. In watching how Winnipeg has been run in the last 10-12 years I feel that it is stuck in a rut. Moving along but never really progressing, the problems of 2010 are the same problems that we have in 2022. I want to bring my skills to bear to push Winnipeg out of this rut and get it back into the fast lane.
What experience will you bring to compliment your role as (Mayor / Councillor / School Trustee)?
I’ve had a several different careers and volunteered at a number of places but they all have a connection, problem solving and people. I’m a lawyer by training, I’ve worked at a not-for-profit poverty law clinic and I’ve worked in a traditional law practice. I’ve worked at an engineering firm and I’ve worked in construction project management and owner advocacy. I’ve volunteered as a ski patroller and I’ve volunteered with Canadian Adaptive Skiing. These careers and volunteer experiences have have given me the ability to identify the core issue of a problem and to solve it in the most effective and reasonable way given constraints imposed by outside factors. These same careers and volunteer experiences have also given me the insight to know that most people want the same things and have the same goals, we just come at it from different directions. The trick is in helping people recognize this and getting them to work towards the common goal.
What are some issues that you would like to stand for in your role as (Mayor / Councillor / School Trustee), and why are these issues important to you?
City Council is at its core a board of directors that is tasked with making decisions that are in the best interest of the residents of each ward and of the City as a whole while guiding by a mission statement. The following priorities are my mission statement and will guide my decision making process in Council. These priorities have been developed after speaking to hundreds of community members and I feel that they reflect as closely as is possible the views and wishes of River Heights – Fort Garry
- Property Crime – This effects every section of the ward and has been a major concern of the vast majority of people.
- Trees and Rivers- Winnipeg is know for its trees and rivers and we need to protect and enhance them for future resident
- Traffic Flow – We need improve the way traffic heading to southern communities transits RH-FG
- Crumbling Streets – We need to maintain what we have, there must be a budget in place that can sustain our roads in the long term
- Taxes – This means keeping taxes as low as possible while still effectively functioning as a City
Do you have any other comments regarding your candidacy?
So often people criticise government decision making. I feel that this is because the decision makers don’t share all the information and factors that went into that decision. Nothing is decided in a vacuum and there are always competing interests in play. I will always explain my decision making process to residents. It’s important to me that even though somebody may not agree with the outcome they can see the logic in how I reached it. It’s similar to a math problem in school, its just as important to show your work as it is to get the correct answer.
It is very important for me to engage with all community members to ensure that their voice is heard. I have been knocking on doors for 6 weeks now and have spoken to 1000’s of residents. There are 20000 doors and 35000 voters in RH-FG, I wont’t be able to speak to all of you but I am trying. If you see my flyer at your door its very likely I placed it there and must have missed you. Please reach out to me with your questions and concerns. Brant.
News that mentions Brant Field
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October 27, 2022
Winnipeg Free Press - ... Vivian Santos* 4,459 votes 4,459 votes Moe El Tassi 2,485 Joe Pereira 1,240 River Heights-Fort Garry John Orlikow* 12,237 votes 12,237 votes Brant Field 3,406 Gary Lenko 1,090 St. Boniface Matt Allard* 10,124 votes 10,124 votes Nicholas Douklias 3,876 Marcel Boille 934 St. James Shawn Dobson...
October 27, 2022
Winnipeg Free Press - ...10,000 votes to the 4,000 Podolecki got. River Heights-Fort Garry Coun. John Orlikow won his fourth term on council by easily romping past both Brant Field, a construction project manager, and Gary Lenko, who ran a ballroom dance club before trading dancing shoes for a hammer and working in home repair....
October 26, 2022
La Liberte - ... Point Douglas : | Vivian Santos – 54.48% Joe Pereira – 15.15% Moe Eltassi – 30.36% River Heights-Fort Garry : | John Orlikow – 73.13% Brant Field – 20.35% Gary Lenko – 6.51% St.Boniface : | Matt Allard – 67.79% Nicholas Douklias – 25.95% Marcel Boille – 6.25% St. James : |...
October 26, 2022
CTV - ... Devi Sharma* (ACCLAIMED) Point Douglas Joe Pereira Vivian Santos* (ELECTED) Moe Eltassi River Heights-Fort Garry John Orlikow* (ELECTED) Brant Field Gary Lenko St. Boniface Matt Allard* (ELECTED) Marcel Boille Nicholas Douklias St. James Daevid Ramey Kelly Ryback Eddie Ayoub Tim Diack ...
October 24, 2022
Winnipeg Free Press - ...The longtime councillor has been considering a run for mayor since at least 2013 and was an outspoken critic of former mayor Sam Katz. Candidates: Brant Field • Brant Field, a construction project manager who previously trained as a lawyer, is making his first run for council against Orlikow. He...
September 25, 2022
Winnipeg Free Press - ...Clacio and Rick Shone all endorsed Assiniboine Forest as the prime contender for the national designation. As did Evan Duncan, Gordon Penner and Brant Field, who are running for council seats in the Charleswood-Tuxedo Westwood and River Heights-Fort Garry wards. Robert-Falcon Ouellette and Shaun Loney,...
Wilderness group urges Winnipeg mayoral candidates to push for Assiniboine Forest national urban park status
September 24, 2022
CBC Manitoba - ...news conference. Council candidates Brad Gross, Evan Duncan and Gordon Penner (who are all running in Charleswood-Tuxedo-Westwood) and candidate Brant Field (who's running in River Heights-Fort Garry) were also in attendance. Last year, the federal government announced up to $130.9 million as part of a...
September 24, 2022
Global News - ...Clacio Rick Shone Shaun Loney Charleswood-Tuxedo-Westwood City Council Ward Candidates Brad Gross Evan Duncan Gordon Penner Additionally, Brant Field spoke. He is running for councillor in River-Heights/Fort Garry. Story continues below advertisement Mayoral candidate Glen Murray did not attend...
September 23, 2022
Winnipeg Free Press - ...– FORT GARRY Three candidates will contest the River Heights – Fort Garry ward council in the upcoming municipal election on Wed., Oct. 26. Brant Field Brant Field is a construction project manager who is also trained as a lawyer and has practised law in the not-for-profit sector. This is his first...
September 21, 2022
CTV - ... Jeff Browaty (incumbent); Andrew Podolecki; Point Douglas Moe Eltassi; Joe Pereira; Vivian Santos (incumbent) River Heights-Fort Garry Brant Field; John Orlikow (incumbent); Gary Lenko St. Boniface Matt Allard (incumbent); Marcel Boille; Nicholas Douklias St. James Eddie Ayoub; Tim...