Tag Archives: Terry Duguid

Election Day 73…

This morning started off bright and early; it was just a little chilly this morning when a group of us met to greet morning commuters as they drove to work. Managed to get a selfie showing the temperature – let’s just mitts … Continue reading

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Driving across the prairies in search of Liberal signs

I’ve driven through the prairies for the past 2 days and of course I’ve been keeping an eye out for political signs. If there ever was a doubt about the political differences between provinces,let me put those doubts to rest. As … Continue reading

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Something in the water

You sometimes hear that the prairies are a Conservative stronghold or that it’s a lost cause for Liberals here; by the visits Manitoba gets, you wouldn’t believe that. As a province, we really punch above our weight. If visits are any … Continue reading

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Folklorama & a #TBT

Tonight was my last night on Folklorama duty and I headed to Shalom Square with Terry Duguid and Jim Carr. It is always a pleasure and a joy to visit this pavilion as it is such a rich and vibrant … Continue reading

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“Joie de vivre” on the Campaign Trail

Today was one of my favourite days on the campaign trail thus far; I went to the pavillon canadien-français during Folklorama with Terry. This is an extremely popular pavilion which features traditional dancing, jigging, french-style music, as well as tourtière, … Continue reading

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