Susan Boulter nominated in River Heights Under PC Banner

Candidate Selection Process Well on The Way to Completion

The Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba is pleased to announce Susan Boulter as a nominated candidate for the next provincial election after securing the party’s nomination in the newly redrawn constituency of River Heights.

“Susan has a solid record of public service, and a true commitment to our community,” said PC Party Leader Brian Pallister. “Her record of service makes her the best choice to represent the constituency of River Heights. I look forward to working with her as we build a winning team that reflects the values of Manitobans and our vision for a stronger, more prosperous province.”

A longtime River Heights resident, Susan has more than 35 years’ experience in the public service, retiring as the Chief Operating Officer of the province’s Vital Statistics Agency. Susan has extensive volunteer experience on a wide variety of boards, including CancerCare Manitoba, the Vulnerable Persons Hearing Panel, and the Law Society of Manitoba.

Since 2014, Susan has served on the board at the Reh-Fit Foundation of Manitoba, which helps support the Reh-Fit Centre, located in south River Heights.

“The Reh-Fit Centre is very special to me, because my father helped found it more than 40 years ago after he had a heart attack,” Susan said. “I am passionate about serving our community.”

Susan and her husband Myron are the proud parents of two children, and they raised their son and daughter in River Heights.

The PC Party of Manitoba candidate nomination process is well on its way to completion. With Susan’s nomination, the total number of nominated PC candidates is 48.

“Together as a team, we will make life more affordable for Manitoba families,” said Pallister. “We are the only team that is committed to providing tax relief to Manitobans.”

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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