Jim Carr has been a dedicated business and community leader in Winnipeg for more than 30 years. He began his career as a musician, as an oboist and trustee with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra. He then moved on to journalism, working as an editorial writer and columnist with the Winnipeg Free Press as well as for CBC Radio.Read more
Julia is a practicing clinical psychologist and assistant professor at the University of Manitoba. She advocates passionately to ensure that everyone has access to the mental health services they need. Julia’s work is focused on improving health care access and delivery for youth, Indigenous peoples, and individuals living with mental health needs.Read more
Douglas Hemmerling lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba with his partner Christy Hemmerling and their five children. Doug was raised in the north end of Winnipeg and shaped by the diversity of his neighbourhood.
My name is Cam Scott, and I’m a poet, musician, and local organizer. I’m honoured to stand as the Communist Party of Canada candidate for Winnipeg South Centre, where I worked in retail for the better part of two decades.