WINNIPEG – On Tuesday evening, Manitoba Liberals nominated Harold Davis as the
candidate for Union Station in the upcoming provincial election. Davis is concerned
about the legacy we are leaving behind for the younger generation.
"The modern service economy does not generate the same career opportunities
enjoyed by older generations. On top of that, young Manitobans face their daily
challenges against a backdrop of rapid technological change and climate crisis" said
Davis. "Unlike the clashing ideologies offered by other parties, Manitoba needs a
positive and constructive approach. I am proud to be on the Manitoba Liberal team, one
in which our vision is based on hope and concrete action plans for climate, education,
health care and a growing economy."
After a career that spanned forty-five years in capital markets, trading and
commodities, including executive positions at some of Winnipeg’s finest firms, Davis is
committed to strengthening the relationship between business and the downtown
community to ensure that good jobs are available to all Manitobans.
As a long-time resident of Union Station, Davis serves his community as a restorer and
active volunteer at the Winnipeg Railway Museum.
"Harold brings years of experience, expertise, and dedication to the community in Union
Station and is a great addition to the Manitoba Liberal Team," said Dougald Lamont,
Leader of the Manitoba Liberal Party.
For more information, contact:
St. Boniface: Dougald Lamont
Tyndall Park: Cindy Lamoureux
River Heights: Jon Gerrard
McPhillips: John Cacayuran
Burrows: Sarb Gill
The Maples: Deep Brar
Notre Dame: Donovan Martin
Fort Richmond: Tanjit Nagra
St. Vital: Jeff Anderson
Fort Garry: Craig Larkins
Wolseley: Shandi Strong
Dawson Trail: Robert Rivard
Fort Rouge: Cyndy Friesen
Kildonan-River East: Kathryn Braun
Union Station: Harold Davis