2022 Winnipeg Election Results
Candidate in the St. James Councillor Candidates race.
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Tim Diack - St. James
What got you into politics?
I got into politics because my job as a police officer forced me to see government failure every day. I see the the growth of indifference to the important values of a good society. I am not naive to know that effective leadership can stop indifference. When our leader’s indifference to crime, poverty, addiction, and disrepair cause our chief of police to pronounce “this is nothing new”, I took that as a red flag that indifference had defeated our leadership. I wasn’t alone and as if horrific crimes against the innocent were not the alarm for Winnipeg to take action, it was the indifference revealed by the chiefs response.
A long time ago a Boy Scout leader told our troop that the essence of a good scout is “leave it better than how you found it” If I retire from my job as a police officer I will not do so in good faith. My years of experience has proven to me that a motivated group of people can solve what others have given up on. I know that we have the right people to form these motivated groups to solve these problems. I want these problems solved.
What experience will you bring to compliment your role as (Mayor / Councillor / School Trustee)?
While going to the University of Manitoba I worked union jobs in hotels and construction. In 1988 I took an oath to serve the people of Winnipeg when I became a police officer. I re-attended university while I was working three rotating shifts. I also started a business thirty years ago that still operates today on Portage Ave. I was asked to sit on the St James Biz and sat with fellow business owners collaborating on beautifying St James. My business built teams, developed confidence and helped educate customers. I have three kids who are now adults. I’m married to an educator in the Winnipeg School Division.
I have also had far too much experience with victims of violence and the perpetrators. I am not unique in developing good communication with these perpetrators and getting their reasons for their failures. Addiction, poverty and low self esteem are common themes. Frequently politicians repeat reckless comments and theories during elections to get votes. I won’t and my answers to the root cause of crime are learned from my experience. The one a municipal government can best address is truancy. If a child fails we all do.
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?
Learn our hard lessons by proxy. Afghanistan teaches the world that without security you have nothing. Our crime rate will drown out every other initiatives and marketing scheme. To correct this requires transparency and honest metrics;
kids in school
crimes against innocent victims
customer service and satisfaction
Do you have any other comments regarding your candidacy?
I do not claim to be smarter than anyone else running, I see a lot of commonality in everyone who runs and I respect them for stepping up. My difference from all other candidates is that my current job forces me to deal with our failures every day. I no longer just catch criminals doing crimes, I help people with their addictions, their mental health, their parenting and their victims. I haven’t lost hope and my faith is strengthened when I meet with people in St James. We can regain our confidence in our city when we repair what is broken and start to feel safe again.
I am committed to our community. I took an oath thirty-four years ago that I took seriously and adhere to today. I want to help fix our broken city.
News that mentions Tim Diack
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November 14, 2022
Winnipeg Free Press - ...the PC candidacy for Kirkfield Park at a nomination meeting at Sturgeon Heights Community Centre on Monday. (John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press) Tim Diack, a Winnipeg police officer who ran in the St. James ward this fall, also endorsed Klein at the event. “I think that crime is still at a crisis...
October 27, 2022
Winnipeg Free Press - ...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 Derrick Dujlovic 1,594 Baljeet...
October 26, 2022
La Liberte - ...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 acclamation Saint-Vital : | Brian Mayes – 83.51% Baljeet Sharma – 5.85%...
October 26, 2022
Winnipeg Free Press - ...four candidates who threw their hats into the ring included: Eddie Ayoub, artistic director 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,...
October 26, 2022
CTV - ...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* (ELECTED) Baljeet Sharma Derrick Dujlovic ...
October 25, 2022
Global News - ...a youth job bank, and cultural activities. Ayoub also supports a number of environmental policies as well as active transportation. Candidate Tim Diack. Twitter / Tim Diack Tim Diack, a Winnipeg police officer and former business owner, is yet another St. James candidate who has spent most of his...
Des résidents de St. James et Charleswood expliquent leurs priorités électorales | Élections municipales au Manitoba 2022
October 24, 2022
Ici Radio Canada / CBC Francais - ...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 nous a permis de connaître leurs...
October 24, 2022
Winnipeg Free Press - ...lighting, reducing residential speed limits and expanding youth programming. This is the first time he has run in Winnipeg’s civic election. • Tim Diack is competing for the council seat after failing to overthrow Brian Bowman in the 2018 Winnipeg mayoral race. He finished a distant third with just...
October 21, 2022
CBC Manitoba - ..."safe spaces" in vulnerable neighbourhoods to offer youths sports and arts programming. Winnipeg mayoral candidate Kevin Klein (right, with Const. Tim Diack) has promised to spend $1.75 million a year to create "safe spaces" for youths in vulnerable Winnipeg neighbourhoods. (Walther Bernal/CBC) Klein...
October 17, 2022
CBC Manitoba - ...need of maintenance and repair. And we have the site of the old stadium … is now a vast sea of cracked concrete with weeds growing out of it." Tim Diack's priority is crime Tim Diack came in third place in the race for mayor in 2018. He also declared a mayoral candidacy in 2004, but dropped out and...