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Pascal Scott

Candidate in the Waverley West Councillor Candidates race.

Pascal 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

Pascal Scott - Waverley West

What got you into politics?

Where and how we live are the most important determinants of our individual quality of life and wellness.  Decisions made by municipal government with regards to the planning, development and management of our city have a more immediate impact on on our lives than any other level of government.

We live in interesting times. Global economic uncertainty, the pandemic, and a myriad of other problems are adding stress to our lives like never before.  Crumbling infrastructure, an aging population, and a troubled healthcare system portend future challenges.

The choices we make now as a city will determine how resilient we are in an uncertain future.  We need greater focus on ensuring that our existing neighborhoods better support residents, and that new development delivers value to our communities rather than extracting it.

Continuing down our current path will only exacerbate our problems; providing people with more sustainable and better choices is the only way to effect change.   It is the desire and creativity to effect positive change for the people of my hometown that draws me to politics.


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

My professional career has focused on the business of making places more livable and vibrant.  For the last decade I have been and remain active in healthy community and themed entertainment development in some of the world’s fastest growing cities.

Through my work I have gained exposure and real-world experience in place-based development and healthcare management across a range of cultures and contexts.  Beyond skills of analysis, planning and modeling – I know firsthand what it takes to transition a good idea from one place to another.

Across projects I have bridged gaps between public and private sectors, and collaborated across silos between community, technical and commercial stakeholders.  I prefer to work collaboratively and have a practiced ability for consensus building.

My focus is local, my perspective global.   I currently work at the Winnipeg World Trade Center as a Trade Advisor helping Manitoba business succeed abroad and leveraging my skills and experience in support of our economy here at home.

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 Health – Health means more than healthcare, it’s too big an issue for one level of government to tackle. Our own health is affected by the health of others, our city and wider ecosystem.

Crime and Safety –   Poverty and addictions are behind our city’s safety problems. In our homes and communities, we should all feel safe secure respected. Prevention is a better way to get there than cure.

Urban Sprawl – Suburbanization is bankrupting our city and baking inefficiencies into our infrastructure. We need development models that improve existing neighborhoods and promote resilience.

Our Infrastructure – We can’t afford to maintain the roads we have; climate change is making the problem worse. The burden of municipal infrastructure repairs is too great for the city to handle alone.

Social Cohesion – People that don’t come together end up fighting amongst themselves. Social cohesion supports economic resilience and promotes local business development.


Do you have any other comments regarding your candidacy?

Remember to vote on (or before) October 26th 2022.

News that mentions Pascal Scott

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Complete results of the 2022 Winnipeg civic election

October 27, 2022

Winnipeg Free Press - ...6,010 votes 6,010 votes Shawn Nason* 5,034 Steve Lipischak 1,048 Wally Welechenko 866 Waverley West Janice Lukes* 8,580 votes 8,580 votes Pascal Scott 2,026 * Denotes...

Most incumbents regain their seats… but not all

October 27, 2022

Winnipeg Free Press - ...Lukes had to run in an election — she was acclaimed four years ago — but she showed no rust Wednesday, easily winning a third term by defeating Pascal Scott, who worked in property development and planning in Asia for more than 10 years. See results charts for every ward here. ...

Scott Gillingham élu maire de Winnipeg

October 26, 2022

La Liberte - ... | Russ Wyatt – 46.38% Shawn Nason – 38.85% Wally Welechenko – 6.68% Steve Lipischak – 8.09% Waverley West : | Janice Lukes – 80.72% Pascal Scott –...

Election results from Winnipeg and Brandon

October 26, 2022

CTV - ...Mayes* (ELECTED) Baljeet Sharma Derrick Dujlovic Transcona Wally Welechenko Shawn Nason* Steve Lipischak Russ Wyatt (ELECTED) Waverley West Pascal Scott Janice Lukes* (ELECTED) Brandon Mayor Jeff Fawcett Elliott Oleson Ward 1 Richard Bruce Jo-Ann Pasklivich Jeff Plas Kevin Chambers Heather...

Election 2022 ward profile: Waverley West – Winnipeg

October 25, 2022

Global News - ...a new $100 million recreation campus and $15 million fire hall in the Waverley West ward. However this year someone else is vying for her seat, Pascal Scott. Photo of Pascal Scott. https://www.pascalscott.ca/ He currently works at the Winnipeg World Trade Center as a trade advisor helping Manitoba...

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

October 24, 2022

Winnipeg Free Press - ...in provincial and federal funding. She also plans to address crime, homelessness, addictions and strategic investments in roads. Candidates: Pascal Scott • Contender Pascal Scott is running in his first civic election. He spent more than a decade working in property development and planning in Asia...

Uncontested elections are a loss for all

October 11, 2022

Winnipeg Free Press - ...as no other candidates registered to run in their wards. Three other wards have only one challenger: Waverley West (incumbent Janice Lukes and Pascal Scott); West Kildonan (incumbent Jeff Browaty and Andrew Podolecki); and Fort Rouge-East Fort Garry (incumbent Sherri Rollins and Michael Thompson). ...

Lukes to be challenged in Waverley West

September 28, 2022

Winnipeg Free Press - ...Lukes and Pascal Scott have been nominated for city councillor in the Waverley West ward. The municipal election is Wed., Oct. 26. Janice Lukes (incumbent) Incumbent councillor Janice Lukes has served two terms as city councillor for Waverley West, after being elected in 2014 (when the ward was known...

Élections municipales : des conseillers municipaux déjà élus à Winnipeg et à Brandon

September 20, 2022

Ici Radio Canada / CBC Francais - ...cette façon en 2002. Janice Lukes, conseillère sortante de Waverley West, a été élue sans opposition en 2018. Cette fois-ci, elle fera face à Pascal Scott. Un total de 42 candidats sont en lice dans 13 quartiers. Toutefois, il y a seulement cinq femmes qui briguent des postes pour être conseillère...

Who’s on your ballot? Deadline for Winnipeg mayor, council candidate nominations passes – Winnipeg

September 20, 2022

Global News - ...Elmwood-East Kildonan (Jason Schreyer and Ryan Kochie), North Kildonan (Jeff Browaty and Andrew Podolecki), and Waverley West (Janice Lukes and Pascal Scott). Meanwhile, Point Douglas (Vivian Santos, Joe Pereira, Moe Eltassi), River Heights-Fort Garry (John Orlikow, Brant Field, Gary Lenko), St....