2022 Winnipeg Election Results

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Daevid Ramey

Candidate in the St. James Councillor Candidates race.

Daevid can be reached on social media, at [email protected], or by calling 204-819-1237.

Their response to our candidate questionnaire can be read below.

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Questionnaire Response

Daevid Ramey - St. James

What got you into politics?

I have always been interested in how political engagement can be a tool to bring about positive change. 

I want to help develop and influence policy to benefit my neighbours and community, to create equity in our services, provide a voice for the voiceless and represent people who want change, but don’t know how to do so.

My goal is to build communities that reflect the values and improve the lives of the people who live in them.

Winnipeg has always held itself back. We should be bold and forward-thinking and look to embrace new ideas. 

I have always been an active member of my community – from organizing block parties to participating on local boards and associations, the people in my neighbourhood and our city inspire me.

What experience will you bring to compliment your role as (Mayor / Councillor / School Trustee)?

My practical experience includes a proven track record on sustainability (from community clean ups and composting, to tree planting and diverting waste) and advocating for policy change (including Bourkevale 30, the nature playground at Discovery Children’s Centre, city-managed washrooms in Bourkevale Park and more.)

I’ve also facilitated neighbourhood activities such as weekly bike rides and winter activities open to all. I’ve worked with public and social groups to create change, including Mother Earth Recycling, Oyate Tipi, 2SLGBTQIA+ groups and MEVA.

In everything I do, I lead through my values, including togetherness, caring for people and the planet, keeping things simple, renewing and improving on what we already have, and giving and taking responsibility. 

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?

Our city is showing signs of decay and our neighbors don’t feel safe, or feel their concerns are ignored. Our Residents feel disconnected from their city. We need to re-engage everyone! Our opportunity is to create spaces, services and programs where everyone feels welcome and valued.

The biggest issue brought up on the doorstep is crime. I don’t believe there is a one-size-fits-all-solution. I will focus on initiatives that promote crime prevention at both the city and community level and will support programs that lend a helping hand to those living with addictions, experiencing homelessness or need additional mental health supports.

St. James’ infrastructure and parks need renewal and attention, and our active transportation paths need to be maintained and expanded. We need to invest in our already established neighbourhoods to ensure they are able to support our needs today and into the future.




Do you have any other comments regarding your candidacy?

I’m a collaborator and I listen. I will work with council to bring about change and renew our city and with the residents of St James to make sure their concerns are addressed and solutions are acted on.

News that mentions Daevid Ramey

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Putting the brakes on in four neighbourhoods

January 18, 2023

Winnipeg Free Press - ...added a driver can usually arrive at a main corridor within about that distance, minimizing the impact of driving time. Speed reduction advocate Daevid Ramey of the Bourkevale 30, a group that has called for the reduced limits since the pandemic saw people take to walking the streets in greater numbers,...

Complete results of the 2022 Winnipeg civic election

October 27, 2022

Winnipeg Free Press - ...Allard* 10,124 votes 10,124 votes Nicholas Douklias 3,876 Marcel Boille 934 St. James Shawn Dobson 4,880 votes 4,880 votes Kelly Ryback 3,693 Daevid Ramey 2,218 Eddie Ayoub 2,062 Tim Diack 1,667 St. Norbert-Seine River Markus Chambers* Acclaimed St. Vital Brian Mayes* 12,500 votes 12,500 votes...

12 conseillers sur 15 toujours en poste au conseil municipal de Winnipeg

October 27, 2022

Ici Radio Canada / CBC Francais - ...Ville à équilibrer son budget. Shawn Dobson a récolté 33,61 % des voix, soit 4880 votes. Kelly Ryback a obtenu 25,43 % des voix (3693 votes) et Daevid Ramey, 15,28 % des voix (2218 votes). Evan Duncan tente sa chance de nouveau… et gagne Evan Duncan sera le seul élu sans expérience du conseil...

Dobson takes St. James

October 26, 2022

Winnipeg Free Press - ...the vote), with all polls reporting. Second-place candidate Kelly Ryback gleaned 3,693 votes (25.43 per cent of the vote), while third-place hopeful Daevid Ramey, who is president of Bourkevale Community Centre and a communications manager for IKEA, had 2,218 votes. Eddie Ayoub, artistic director for Art City...

Scott Gillingham élu maire de Winnipeg

October 26, 2022

La Liberte - ...– 6.51% St.Boniface : | Matt Allard – 67.79% Nicholas Douklias – 25.95% Marcel Boille – 6.25% St. James : | Shawn Dobson – 33.61% Daevid Ramey – 15.28% Kelly Ryback – 25.43% Eddie Ayoub – 14.20% Tim Diack – 11.48% Saint-Norbert-Seine River : Markus Chambers – élu par...

Dobson returns to council with St. James win

October 26, 2022

Winnipeg Free Press - ...of non-profit art programming organization Art City; Tim Diack, a long-time Winnipeg police officer who finished third in the 2018 mayoral race; Daevid Ramey, a communications manager at IKEA; and Kelly Ryback, a retired businessman. Dobson said he would always be available to speak with anyone,...

Election results from Winnipeg and Brandon

October 26, 2022

CTV - ...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 Shawn Dobson (ELECTED) St. Norbert-Seine River Markus Chambers* (ACCLAIMED) St. Vital Brian Mayes*...

Election 2022 ward profile: St. James – Winnipeg

October 25, 2022

Global News - ...Fielding, who went on to run provincially and become the MLA for Kirkfield Park. Fielding was preceded by longtime councillor Jae Eadie. Candidate Daevid Ramey. Twitter / Daevid Ramey Candidate Daevid Ramey, who manages communications for IKEA Canada, is actively involved in the community, as president of...

Des résidents de St. James et Charleswood expliquent leurs priorités électorales | Élections municipales au Manitoba 2022

October 24, 2022

Ici Radio Canada / CBC Francais - ...qu’autant de candidats se soient présentés dans son secteur. À St. James, cinq candidats sont en lice pour remplacer Scott Gillingham, soit Daevid Ramey, Kelly Ryback, Eddie Ayoub, Tim Diack et Shawn Dobson. Il y a de nombreux candidats qui sont passés de maison en maison. C’était bien, car cela...

Ward races: a look at Winnipeg’s city council candidates

October 24, 2022

Winnipeg Free Press - ...challengers. His priorities include fiscal responsibility, crime prevention and infrastructure repair. He has endorsed Gillingham for mayor. • Daevid Ramey is a communications manager at IKEA and president of the Bourkevale Community Centre. He has been a vocal supporter of active transit infrastructure...