2022 Winnipeg Election Results
Candidate in the Seven Oaks - 2 Trustee Candidates race.
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Diane Cameron - Seven Oaks - 2
What got you into politics?
I have trouble with the word politics when associated with school trustee elections. It troubles me that party politics are playing more of a role in school board elections. I was a long time teacher in Seven Oaks schools and upon retiring I felt I could still work as a board member to achieve good things for the children and families for whom I care so much. This has proven to be true. I enjoy representing the needs of students and families at the board level. I am proud to be a trustee in Seven Oaks, a division where good new ideas find traction for example, the Aki agricultural centre and the Seven Oaks Performing Arts Centre. We treat students as individuals and try to make sure that their school experience is rigorous but respectful and challenging. Our three Met schools epitomize this philosophy but all schools work towards this. We put our money into the classrooms and run a lean fiscal operation as we protect instruction. Our senior administration works hard and is well grounded in the day to day happenings of the schools. Good ideas are respected encouraged and shared amount colleagues and classrooms.
What experience will you bring to compliment your role as (Mayor / Councillor / School Trustee)?
I have over thirty years experience as a teacher in the Seven Oaks School Division. During my career as an early years teacher I completed further degrees focussing on special needs and literacy education. I sought out workshops and institutes to further hone my expertise. I was active in professional organizations and presented at conferences in Canada and the United States. By having first hand looks at other jurisdictions I came to further appreciate what we had at home in Seven Oaks. I keep up with the research that supports more robust learning. As a teacher I brought the Two Weeks Outdoors initiative to our division and it makes me proud to see how our teachers make the outdoors part of daily schooling. The AKI centre supports this kind of learning and serves as a role model of what can be in Winnipeg. Much in education has changed but I know my experience, education and my ability to share the love of learning with students and their families will stand me in good stead as I seek a third term as a Seven Oaks trustee working for the future of our community.
News that mentions Diane Cameron
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October 27, 2022
CTV - ...(ELECTED) Brenda Bage (ELECTED) Peter Kotyk* Rob Gigiel Seven Oaks School Division Ward 2 Maria Santos* (ELECTED) Greg McFarlane* (ELECTED) Diane Cameron* (ELECTED) Derek Dabee* (ELECTED) Jas Hari Gursharn Wander Ward 3 Evan Krosney (ELECTED) Teresa Jaworski* (ELECTED) Richard Sawka* (ELECTED) ...
October 5, 2022
Winnipeg Free Press - ...Craig Glennie, Rachelle Wood. Seven Oaks School Division Ward 1 (one to be elected): Evelyn Myskiw, Tiffany Winchar. Ward 2 (four to be elected): Diane Cameron, Darek Dabee, Jas Hari, Greg McFarlane, Maria Santos, Gursharn Wander. Ward 3 (four to be elected): Jessica Bridges, Rachhvir Dhaliwal, Teresa...