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2014 November News Releases

Mayor Bowman honours his promise to target cost savings at City Hall
November 28, 2014 - Following through on his promise to Winnipeggers to end political payouts, reduce salaries of the highest paid elected officials and impose restrictions on expenses through the Councilor's Representation Allowances, Mayor Brian Bowman today announced that he will be presenting motions on these matters for consideration of Executive Policy Committee (EPC) on December 3rd...

Commitments to strengthen political oversight at City Hall are a priority for Mayor Brian Bowman
November 28, 2014 - Today, as part of his pledge to strengthen City Hall under a new generation of leadership, Mayor Brian Bowman announced motions to restore quality control and accountability for EPC and councillors, commitment to partner to end homelessness in Winnipeg, and request the City's public service to report back on issues that will significantly improve our community...

Mayor Brian Bowman quarterbacks promotion of Winnipeg in Vancouver
November 28, 2014 - Mayor Brian Bowman kicks off his commitment to promote Winnipeg to the nation this weekend as he attends the 102nd Grey Cup in Vancouver, British Columbia...

Mayor Brian Bowman announces team to hire City's new CAO
November 26, 2014 - Mayor Brian Bowman today announced members of the new selection committee in Winnipeg's search for the next Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) who will lead the City's Public Service of more than 8,800 employees...

Christmas Tree Lighting and Open House
November 14, 2014 - In an annual ceremony to kick-off holiday lighting throughout Winnipeg's downtown, Mayor Brian Bowman and family, joined by the Winnipeg Children's Choir, citizen tree-donor Boris Todoruk, Salvation Army and the Winnipeg Fire Department Retirees hosted the lighting of the City Hall Christmas Tree followed by a Holiday Open House inside City Hall...

Mayor Brian Bowman announces additional Council appointments
November 12, 2014 - Committed to building a more inclusive Winnipeg City Council, Mayor Brian Bowman today announced additional board and representative appointments of Council members...

Mayor Brian Bowman announces new team for the Mayor's Office
November 4, 2014 - Following the Inaugural Meeting and swearing-in ceremony for Mayor Brian Bowman and Winnipeg City Council, Mayor Bowman announced his new team within the Office of the Mayor.

Mayor Brian Bowman Announces Executive Policy Committee
November 4, 2014 - Ushering in a new era of positive change, Brian Bowman, Winnipeg's 43rd Mayor, tonight reaffirmed his dedication to delivering on his plan to restore confidence and trust in City Hall while working to address Winnipeggers most pressing priorities, including infrastructure renewal, openness and transparency and economic growth.

Last update: November 28, 2014

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