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Markus Chambers

Candidate in the St. Norbert - Seine River Councillor Candidates race.

Markus can be reached on social media, or at [email protected].

Their response to our candidate questionnaire can be read below.

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Questionnaire Response

Markus Chambers - St. Norbert - Seine River

What got you into politics?

Winnipeg is a progressive, dynamic and diverse city, my foray into politics seeks to preserve all things good about our city, mitigate the negative and move us towards the potential this city has.  Winnipeg’s greatest strength is the resiliency of its people.  Working in collaboration with communities and stakeholders will provide opportunities for us to flourish as a city while being able to assist our most vulnerable.

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

My 30 years working for the provincial government at various levels, plus my previous four years as a city council will position me to continue leading my ward and our city in a positive direction.  I am a collaborator and execute plans quickly and as efficiently as possible.  My ability to team build means all voices around the council table will be consulted and views considered as we make the best choices for our city.

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?

Equity, Diversity and Inclusion as well as better value for dollar (transparency and accountability of council as well as our public service) will be my main focus in the second term of service.

Do you have any other comments regarding your candidacy?

I am acclaimed so I know I will be able to implement my vision in support of the growth of our city.

News that mentions Markus Chambers

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Top cop wants contract extended: union

June 8, 2022

Winnipeg Free Press - ...expire, the police board renewed it for two years to Nov. 30, 2023. It was at the height of the pandemic. At the time, police board chairman Coun. Markus Chambers said the chief had done a great job engaging with community groups, including the Bear Clan and the Main Street Project. On Tuesday, Chambers could...

Gillingham gets Lukes’ endorsement

June 7, 2022

Winnipeg Free Press - ...next mayor will have to confront. “At the best of times, running a city is very complex, and we are in very challenging times,” she said. Couns. Markus Chambers and Jeff Browaty are also behind Gillingham. The Free Press | Newsletter Want to get a head start on your day? Get the day’s breaking stories,...

Third councillor throws support behind Gillingham bid for mayor

June 7, 2022

Winnipeg Sun - ...3 Story continues below This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Article content Last month, Deputy Mayor Markus Chambers (St. Norbert), Coun. Jeff Browaty (North Kildonan), and former Long Plains First Nation Chief Dennis Meeches endorsed Gillingham. “I think (the...

Coun. Janice Lukes endorses Scott Gillingham’s run for Winnipeg mayor

June 7, 2022

CBC Manitoba - ...challenging times. Winnipeg needs a mayor who already has a steady hand on the wheel," Lukes said. She joins North Kildonan Coun. Jeff Browaty and Markus Chambers of St. Norbert Seine River in endorsing Gillingham. In the 2018 mayoral race, both Lukes and Browaty endorsed Jenny Motkaluk's attempt to unseat...

Thousands attend first Pride Winnipeg parade since pandemic began

June 5, 2022

Winnipeg Free Press - ...celebrate… everyone within the LGBT community," Stefanson said. Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman and some city councillors, including Brian Mayes and Markus Chambers, were at the rally. "Thirty-five years is a long time, and so much has changed," Bowman told the crowd. "We know there’s more work ahead to build...

La police de Winnipeg s’avoue épuisée et débordée par les enquêtes pour meurtre

June 3, 2022

Ici Radio Canada / CBC Francais - ...pas un service qui peut s’arrêter une fois que le budget qui lui est alloué est épuisé , souligne le conseiller de Saint-Norbert-Seine River, Markus Chambers. Nous devons travailler sur ce budget et nous assurer que nous fournissons un service adéquat et efficace 365 jours par an , a-t-il ajouté. ...

Leaked police HQ audit sparks inquiry talk at city hall

June 3, 2022

Winnipeg Free Press - ...two documents show changes were made that limited the police service’s exposure to spiraling construction costs on the over-budget project. Coun. Markus Chambers (St. Norbert-Seine River), chairman of the Winnipeg Police Board, said it is "a concern, and something that definitely has to be addressed and...

‘Starting to show some strain’: Winnipeg police chief says officers are under increased stress

June 3, 2022

CTV - ...one Winnipegger that’s not concerned about this because it impacts our ability to remerge as a vibrant city,” said Winnipeg Police Board Chair Markus Chambers. Winnipeg’s police union said the problem is even worse than the service is reporting. Winnipeg Police Association President Moe Sabourin said...

Winnipeg police struggle to keep up with homicide investigations amid ‘trickle down’ staffing issues: chief

June 3, 2022

CBC Manitoba - ...said that organization can't weigh in on overtime right now. "We can't turn off the lights and shut the door at the end of the budget," said Coun. Markus Chambers (St. Norbert-Seine River). "We have to work through that budget and make sure that we're providing adequate and effective service 365 days of the...

La police de Winnipeg affirme avoir moins eu recours à la force en 2021

May 31, 2022

Ici Radio Canada / CBC Francais - ...police ou à une variable. Le Conseil de police n’a pas appelé à réduire l’usage de la force, mais son président, le conseiller municipal Markus Chambers, dit que ça a toujours été un objectif . C’est probablement quelque chose que nous pourrions mieux communiquer , admet M. Chambers. Il dit...