Arnold Flett nominated in Keewatinook

Will carry PC Banner in new constituency: Pallister

The Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba is pleased to announce Arnold Flett as a candidate in the next provincial election after securing the party’s nomination in the new constituency of Keewatinook.

“Arnold has great connections with, and commitment to, his local community,” said PC Party Leader Brian Pallister. “His record of community service makes him the best choice to represent the new constituency of Keewatinook. I look forward to working with him as we build a winning team that will continue to earn the trust of Manitobans in the next provincial election.”

Arnold, a past Chief of Garden Hill First Nation, currently serves as counsellor in the area of mental health & treatment services in Northern Manitoba. An ordained minister for the past 30 years, Arnold also has extensive experience working with members of his community as a band manager, board member, and workshop facilitator.

The PC Party of Manitoba candidate nomination process is well underway across the province. Arnold’s nomination brings the total of nominated PC candidates to 47.

“We are building a winning team that reflects the values of Manitobans and our vision for a stronger, more prosperous province,” Pallister said.

The December 2018 report of the independent Electoral Divisions Boundaries Commission made significant changes to the existing electoral boundaries. As a result, founding meetings for new or redrawn constituencies may be required prior to, or in some cases, in conjunction with nomination meetings. The PC Party of Manitoba will finalize its nomination process in the coming weeks.

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