Finding a clean and affordable place to live is not easy for many young Winnipeggers, who gathered to hear how candidates plan to address this issue.
The issue of poverty was front and centre at the Youth Vital Signs Mayoral Candidates Forum. But young people who were there wanted more specifics from their next mayor.
Poverty, homelessness and safety were just a few of the major topics covered in the Youth Vital Signs Mayoral Forum held recently in downtown Winnipeg.
Where the challenge lies for the current crop of mayoral candidates is making sure youth come back, or don’t leave at all.
Mayoral hopefuls call for better roads, more buses and an end to partisan politics. Can they deliver on their promises?
Ageism and racism were two of the many issues on which young people grilled mayoral hopefuls at the Youth Vital Signs Forum on Thursday evening.
The Youth Vital Signs Mayoral Candidates Forum on Youth Issues was an interactive, engaging event.
When it comes to being safe in Winnipeg, youth want effective action from mayoral hopefuls.
They once elected a mascot in a monkey suit as mayor in an English town. Could it happen here?
University of Winnipeg student, Adrienne Tessier, interviews mayoral candidates, Michel Fillion and David Sanders.