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Steve Snyder

Candidate in the Mynarski Councillor Candidates race.

Steve can be reached on social media, at [email protected], or by calling 431-668-9875.

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Questionnaire Response

Steve Snyder - Mynarski

What got you into politics?

I, like many other young professionals, had to move away from the City to get opportunities that aren’t available here. I uprooted my childre, moved them away from their friends, family, and loved ones to get better opportunities. My mother lost her regular visits, my brother lost access to his nephews and niece, my cousins could only see us via online video, all because Winnipeg doesn’t afford opportunities for career growth and upward mobility.

Since returning in 2020 I have noticed a lot more changes. Many businesses have closed only to be replaced with social services. Selkirk Avenue — once the heart of the North End’s business community — has almost halved the number of businesses.

I got into politics to change this. I want to make sure this city is the type of city that my kids will get opportunities in without having to move. And I want to make our communities the types of places that cultivate enterprise and create value for the people living here.

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

I worked for the City of Winnipeg for 8 years before leaving the city, most for the Community Services department. While away from the city I worked in Sport and Recreation policy, specifically in strategic planning, and sports as a crime prevention method.

Since returning I have gained experience working in the CFS system and see daily the issues surrounding children both in and aging out of care.

I have also sat on the board of many non-for-profit organizations, and started some.

I’m a current board member of Bike Winnipeg and YIMBY Winnipeg, both pushing for policy reform at the civic level (although on temporary leave due to the election). I am the former chair of my local residents’ association (Seven Oaks) and regularly attend meetings for the Luxton RA.

While in Australia I also started and did work for non-for-profits, starting an independent business alliance for the town I lived in.

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?

Two of the most important issues for me are traffic safety and neighbourhood pride.

I was hit by a car when I was very young right outside my home. With young children of a similar age as I was when I was struck this issue is very important to me personally. But it’s also very important to me because of the volume of traffic deaths and serious injuries we see yearly in the city.

Neighbourhood pride is a combination of issues. It’s trash, it’s local businesses, it’s knowing your neighbour… and so much more.

There are two really important sides to revitalization in neighbourhoods, and they need to work in tandem.

One is filling the community with community ownership — assets owned by local people, not out-of-town corporations.

The other is emotional ownership. Every place is able to be loved, but unfortunately many in our community don’t have those feelings for the place we call home. We shouldn’t have to travel to visit places that we love,. We should expect them right in our own community.

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Complete results of the 2022 Winnipeg civic election

October 27, 2022

Winnipeg Free Press - ...Rollins* 9,704 votes 9,704 votes Michael Thompson 3,075 Mynarski Ross Eadie* 3,779 votes 3,779 votes Natalie Smith 2,016 Aaron McDowell 1,798 Steve Snyder 950 Ed Radchenka 330 North Kildonan Jeff Browaty* 10,725 votes 10,725 votes Andrew Podolecki 4,030 Old Kildonan Devi Sharma* Acclaimed Point...

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October 26, 2022

Winnipeg Free Press - ...a third time. At deadline, according to unofficial results, the vote count was as follows: Eadie 3,779; Natalie Smith 2,016; Aaron McDowell 1,798; Steve Snyder 950; and Ed Radchenka 330. At his constituency office on Polson Street, Eadie greeted family, friends and campaign supporters fand thanked them for...

Scott Gillingham élu maire de Winnipeg

October 26, 2022

La Liberte - ...Fort Rouge-East Fort Garry : | Sherri Rollins – 75.94% Michael Thompson – 24.06% Mynarski : | Ross Eadie – 42.59% Ed Radchenka – 3.72% Steve Snyder – 10.71% Natalie Smith – 22.72% Aaron Mcdowell – 20.26% North Kildonan : | Jeff Browaty – 72.69% Andrew Podolecki – 27.31% Old...

Election results from Winnipeg and Brandon

October 26, 2022

CTV - ...(ELECTED) Ryan Kochie Fort Rouge-East Fort Garry Michael Thompson Sherri Rollins* (ELECTED) Mynarski Ed Radchenka Ross Eadie* (ELECTED) Steve Snyder Natalie Smith Aaron McDowell North Kildonan Jeff Browaty* (ELECTED) Andrew Podolecki Old Kildonan Devi Sharma* (ACCLAIMED) Point Douglas ...

Mynarski council candidates plan to get creative to correct crime, vacant buildings

October 25, 2022

CBC Manitoba - ...is required to carry out specific legal steps that still allow the property owner the opportunity to comply," the spokesperson wrote. Candidate Steve Snyder calls that bylaw "costly and time-consuming," so he's taking a different approach. Steve Snyder says he'd increase the permit fee landlords have to...

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October 21, 2022

CTV - ...but I've never called him a friend,” said Eadie The other candidates in the race are Eadie’s former executive assistant Aaron McDowell, Steve Snyder, and Natalie...

Two more candidates in Mynarski race want change in city hall transparency, curbing crime

October 20, 2022

CTV - ...on his own campaign behind Eadie’s back. McDowell denied this saying they simply had irreconcilable differences. They aren't alone in the race. Steve Snyder, one of the community advocates who fought to keep the West Kildonan Library open, has put his name on the ballot. “The biggest concern right now...

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September 23, 2022

Winnipeg Free Press - ...school programs. All these are preventative measures that will help reduce crime in the long run.” Smith’s website is natalie4mynarski.com Steve Snyder Steve Snyder works for Scotia Street non-profit Marymound, an organization that provides programming for vulnerable youth. Snyder said if elected,...

Two Winnipeg city councillors acclaimed ahead of upcoming election

September 21, 2022

CTV - ...Fort Garry Sherri Rollins (incumbent); Michael Thompson; Mynarski Ross Eadie (incumbent); Aaron McDowell; Ed Radchenka; Natalie Smith; Steve Snyder; North Kildonan Jeff Browaty (incumbent); Andrew Podolecki; Point Douglas Moe Eltassi; Joe Pereira; Vivian Santos (incumbent) River...

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September 20, 2022

Global News - ...compete for the Charleswood-Tuxedo-Westwood seat. In Mynarski, incumbent Ross Eadie is up against Natalie Smith, Aaron McDowell, Ed Radchenka, and Steve Snyder. St. James, another ward with no incumbent, includes candidates Eddie Ayoub, Kelly Ryback, Tim Diack, Daevid Ramey, and Shawn...