Tim Diack

Candidate in the Mayoral Candidates race.

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Property tax plan sleight of hand

October 11, 2018

Winnipeg Free Press - ...or hold tax increases to levels below the joint impact of inflation and population growth, the word "efficiencies" arises. Fellow mayoral hopeful Tim Diack, a veteran police officer, has promised to freeze property taxes and increase spending on roads through a "line-by-line" audit to identify...

Property tax cap of 1.16% per home, promises mayoral candidate

October 11, 2018

Winnipeg Sun - ...could even legally carry out her property tax plan … There’s more questions than answers in this announcement,” he said. Mayoral candidate Tim Diack also shared his property tax plan Thursday, which would hike the average rate by 1.2% in 2019, freeze it in 2020 and reduce it by 2021. “In the...

How to watch Winnipeg’s 8 mayoral candidates debate crime, infrastructure on CBC

October 11, 2018

CBC Manitoba - ...safety, transportation, and their vision for Winnipeg's future at CBC Manitoba Thursday night. All eight candidates — Ed Ackerman, Brian Bowman, Tim Diack, Umar Hayat, Venkat Machiraju, Jenny Motkaluk, Doug Wilson and Don Woodstock — are set to take part in the televised debate from 6 to 7 p.m. at...

Mayoral candidate Diack plans property-tax freeze, more road repairs

October 10, 2018

Winnipeg Free Press - ...approved for road renewal in 2018, raising the annual amount to $138.5 million by 2024 and a combined $773 million over that six-year period. Tim Diack said he’ll increase spending on regional and local streets by three per cent annually without raising property taxes if elected mayor. Tim Diack...

Efficiencies could add to road work budget, says mayoral candidate

October 10, 2018

Winnipeg Sun - Tim Diack believes he could find enough savings within city departments to boost Winnipeg’s road repair budget by 3%, or about $3 million, per year. The mayoral candidate says he would commit to those increases for each of the next six years, if elected. “We’re moving some of the budget over to...

Mayoral candidates push to replace Louise Bridge, add cops at HSC

October 9, 2018

Winnipeg Sun - ...compared to just securing political votes or partisan support during a campaign,” said Bowman. Elsewhere on the campaign trail, mayoral candidate Tim Diack proposed to add a dedicated police unit to protect Winnipeg’s largest hospital, if he’s elected. Diack said a 12-officer unit is needed at...

City cleans up pile of used needles discarded in Vimy Ridge Park

October 9, 2018

Winnipeg Free Press - ...some other areas of the city where we’re seeing needles, it could be helping fund needle cleanup programs and foot patrols.” Mayoral candidate Tim Diack also made a meth-related campaign announcement Tuesday morning, calling for police officer units to be created in Winnipeg hospitals. Diack, who is...

Winnipeg mayoral candidate proposes dedicated HSC police

October 9, 2018

Global News - Tim Diack, who is running for Winnipeg mayor, says in an effort to deal with the meth crisis he would bring back dedicated hospital police, which existed until 1981, to enhance HSC...

Winnipeg mayoral candidates roll out plans to deal with meth crisis

October 9, 2018

Global News - ...civic election just a few weeks away, Winnipeg mayoral candidates are laying out their plans to deal with one of the city’s biggest issues: Meth. Tim Diack was the latest to unveil a policy Tuesday, pledging to create a 12-officer Health Sciences Centre police unit at a cost of $1.4 million. He says...

Harvest comes out ahead in charity poll

October 9, 2018

Winnipeg Free Press - ...the cans,” Maxwell said, adding that the final count was 1,033 cans. “I’m feeling good.” Bowman won in the mayoral category with 88 cans and Tim Diack came in second with 77; Rollins was the top ward councillor candidate with 304 cans and Jeff Palmer landed in second with 222 cans; and 91 people...

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