2022 Winnipeg Election Results
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COVID-19 : Une église du Manitoba condamnée à 30 000 $ pour avoir enfreint les règles
January 13, 2023
Ici Radio Canada / CBC Francais - ...les ordonnances de la santé publique. En août, un juge a condamné M. Tissen et quatre autres personnes, soit Patrick Allard, Gerry Bohemier, Todd McDougall et Sharon Vickner, à une amende totalisant plus de 100 000 $ pour avoir enfreint à plusieurs reprises des ordonnances de santé publique et...
Manitoba church repeatedly ticketed for breaking COVID-19 restrictions must pay $30K fine in plea bargain
January 13, 2023
CBC Manitoba - ...ticketed multiple times for violating public health orders. In August, a judge fined Tissen and four others — Patrick Allard, Gerry Bohemier, Todd McDougall and Sharon Vickner — more than $100,000 in total for repeatedly breaking public health orders and inciting others to do so. They were convicted...
Church plea bargain nets $30K fine for breaking pandemic gathering orders
January 12, 2023
Winnipeg Free Press - ...health orders. In August, a judge fined Tissen and four other pandemic restriction opponents — Patrick Allard, Gerry Bohemier, Sharon Vickner and Todd McDougall — more than $100,000 for repeatedly breaching public health orders. All five organized, attended or spoke at anti-lockdown rallies in Winnipeg,...
School divisions awash with rookie trustees
October 27, 2022
Winnipeg Free Press - ...board races. Neither of the contestants who gained notoriety for repeatedly breaking public health rules throughout the pandemic, Pembina Trails’ Todd McDougall and Patrick Allard in WSD — who ran against Edel and Kozak — came out on top. The executive director of the Manitoba School Boards Association...
Winnipeg school board election results
October 27, 2022
CTV - ...Stahlke (ELECTED) Donald Benson Nic Devine Dick Eastland Ward 2 David Johnson* (ELECTED) Tim Johnson* (ELECTED) Christine Jolly (ELECTED) Todd McDougall Ward 3 Cindy Nachtigall* (ELECTED) Jasmine Brar (ELECTED) Alicia Becker (ELECTED) Saima Aziz River East Transcona School Division Ward 1 ...
Pair of COVID restriction protestors running for school trustee
October 14, 2022
CTV - ...protestors are trying to get into power at the school board level. Attending and organizing rallies against pandemic health restrictions landed Todd McDougall and Patrick Allard thousands of dollars worth of fines - fines they are appealing. Their views against COVID measures also include ones imposed on...
West Winnipeg candidates for school trustee
October 5, 2022
Winnipeg Free Press - ...Benson, Nic Devine, Dick Eastland, Linda Karn, Stu Nixon, Craig Stahlke. Ward 2 (three to be elected): David Johnson, Tim Johnson, Christine Jolly, Todd McDougall. Ward 3 (three to be elected): Saima Aziz, Alicia Becker, Jasmine Brar, Cindy Nachtigall. St. James – Assiniboia School Division East Ward...
Des militants anti-mesures sanitaires se présentent aux élections municipales et scolaires | Élections municipales au Manitoba 2022
September 24, 2022
Ici Radio Canada / CBC Francais -
Pandemic protesters try making leap to politics in Manitoba’s civic, school board races
September 23, 2022
CBC Manitoba -
Judge fines five defiant, repeated COVID rule-breakers total of more than $100K
August 25, 2022
Winnipeg Free Press - ...regret is that I didn’t go harder and I wasn’t louder,” said Allard, 40. Allard and co-defendants Gerry Bohemier, 72, Sharon Vickner, 54, Todd McDougall, 37, and Church of God (Restoration) pastor Tobias Tissen, 27, were individually charged with 50 counts of violating public health orders...