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October 14, 2014

Final Week of Advance Voting

Released: 8:53 a.m.

Winnipeg, MB - The 2014 General Civic Election for the City of Winnipeg will be held on Wednesday, October 22, 2014. Eligible voters will have the opportunity to cast ballots for Mayor, Councillors and School Trustees.

Advance Voting for all eligible voters began on Monday, September 29 and ends this Friday, October 17 at a number of locations.

From October 14 to October 17, eligible voters can vote early at City Hall or any one of the Community Advance locations:

Vote At Large (open to all City of Winnipeg voters)

All voting locations to be open on October 14 to 16 from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.




St. Charles

Assiniboia Christian Centre

3390 Portage Avenue

Daniel McIntyre

Cindy Klassen Recreation Centre

999 Sargent Avenue

St. James - Brooklands

Deer Lodge Community Centre

323 Bruce Avenue


East End Community Centre

517 Pandora Avenue East

Fort Rouge - East Fort Garry

Fort Rouge Leisure Centre

625 Osborne Street

Old Kildonan

Garden City Community Centre

725 Kingsbury Avenue

Elmwood - East Kildonan

Melrose Park Community Centre

480 Kimberly Avenue

St. Vital

Norberry - Glenlee Community Centre

26 Molgat Avenue

North Kildonan

North Kildonan Community Centre

1144 Kingsford Place

Point Douglas

Northwood Community Centre

1415 Burrows Avenue

River Heights - Fort Garry

River Heights Community Centre

1370 Grosvenor Avenue

Charleswood -Tuxedo

Roblin Park Community Club

640 Pepperloaf Crescent

St. Boniface

Southdale Recreation Centre

254 Lakewood Boulevard


St. John's Leisure Centre

601 Aikins Street

St. Norbert

Waverley Heights Community Centre

1885 Chancellor Drive


Vote At Large (Open to All City of Winnipeg Voters)

Council Building, 510 Main Street - 2nd Floor, North Committee Room


October 13

Closed for Thanksgiving


October 14

9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.


October 15

9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.


October 16

8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.


October 17

9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Identification Requirements
All voters are reminded that they are required to bring identification, such as a driver’s license, which shows name and current address, when they come to vote.  If a voter does not have valid government issued photo identification that shows their name and current address, 2 documents that together prove name and current address will be required.

Use of Ballot Marking Devices for Persons with Disabilities
Ballot marking devices are offered at Malls, Universities and City Hall Advance Voting.  The device is designed to provide privacy and accessibility to voters who are blind, vision impaired, or have a disability or condition that would make it difficult or impossible to mark a ballot independently in the usual way.

Voters who are visually impaired or blind will also have the option to use a Braille template or receive assistance at advance polls and on election day

Further information regarding the election is available by contacting 311, open 24 hours a day every day by phone at 311, or by email at , or by visiting the City of Winnipeg’s web page Winnipeg’s 2014 Election page.

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Update on Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service advance preparations for potential cases of Ebola

Released: 3:32 p.m.

Winnipeg, MB - Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service (WFPS) officials today provided an update on the department’s advance preparations related to possible exposure of WFPS first responders (firefighters and paramedics) to the Ebola Virus Disease.

“I would like to reassure the public that the WFPS has been working closely with the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority in the proactive development of processes for identifying potential cases of Ebola and the required safety equipment needed to safely transport suspected cases to health-care facility,” said WFPS Acting Assistant Chief Tom Wallace. “WFPS first responders are currently receiving the required training and supplies needed to protect themselves in the line of duty as well as upholding public safety.”

Wallace added that Winnipeg was also one of the first Canadian cities to begin planning for potential Ebola cases and that the development of emergency medical processes began in early September 2014.

Measures that the WFPS has already put in place include:

  • WFPS 911 communications will screen callers to identify those who may have Ebola Virus Disease symptoms. If the patient has a positive travel history and exhibits specific clinical criteria including a high fever, the incident will be flagged for response by predetermined paramedic resources using a specific ambulance.
  • WFPS Medical Supervisors are currently engaged in training all paramedics on the proper use of specific personal protection equipment that will be provided by the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority.
  • Plans are in place to provide on-shift training in the near future related to the protective equipment needed by firefighter primary care paramedics.
Last update: October 14, 2014