Jim Maloway

NDP candidate in the Elmwood Winnipeg race.

Jim can be reached on social media,at [email protected],or by calling 204-415-1807.

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Questionnaire Response

Jim Maloway - Elmwood

1. Why did you decide to run in the Manitoba election?

This election is mainly about keeping and fully restoring Concordia Hospital’s ER. My main focus in all my elections has been my constituents and fighting for things that matter to them.

2. Why should a voter consider electing you to represent them?

Experience counts.

3. What key issue(s) / topic(s) will you stand for in your role as MLA, and why are these important to you?

Concordia ER. New Louise Bridge. And a better deal for Elmwood residents.

4. Do you have any other comments regarding your candidacy?

I’m enjoying politics in Manitoba now more than ever.

News that mentions Jim Maloway

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Uber is baiting provincial governments, Manitoba might bite

March 23, 2021

The Manitoban (UofM) - ...stakeholders spoke up to say that the existing regulatory regime needs to be modernized.” However, senior New Democratic Party MLA for Elmwood Jim Maloway criticized Bill 30 for its lack of public debate. He noted that Bill 30 “should be renamed an act to destroy 1,600 jobs and turn-make a new...

A look back at 2019

December 24, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...(Radisson) were re-elected, along with Jeff Wharton in the new constituency of Red River North, which includes East St. Paul. Incumbent NDP MLAs Jim Maloway (Elmwood) and Matt Wiebe (Concordia) were also elected. In Transcona, NDP candidate Nello Altomare unseated incumbent PC candidate Blair Yakimoski...

Riding on a razor’s edge

October 18, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...is the way the riding has changed politically; for more than three decades, it was represented in Parliament by the NDP (Bill Blaikie, 1979-2008, Jim Maloway, 2008-11). Toet defeated Maloway by 300 votes in 2011, only to be beaten by Blaikie's son in 2015. It isn’t often a riding goes from one end of...

Manitoba NDP introduce their shadow cabinet

September 27, 2019

Winnipeg Sun - ...critic. -Amanda Lathlin: Opposition deputy whip; families critic. -Tom Lindsey: Opposition deputy caucus chair; labour and northern affairs critic. -Jim Maloway: Consumer protection critic. -Malaya Marcelino: Immigration and the status of women critic. -Jamie Moses: Growth, enterprise and trade critic;...

Altomare wins seat in Transcona

September 13, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...will help them with that.” First and foremost, though, Altomare said that he and his fellow NDP MLAs — which include Matt Wiebe (Concordia) and Jim Maloway (Elmwood) in northeast Winnipeg — will be working to “stabilize” the health care system. “We need the government to understand you can’t...

Incumbents rewarded in northeast

September 13, 2019

Winnipeg Free Press - ...campaign. “I’m proud of the work we’ve done, and this is a big step in the right direction.” Incumbent NDP MLAs Matt Wiebe (Concordia) and Jim Maloway (Elmwood) were also re-elected. “Across the province, we are going to keep fighting,” Wiebe, who with 4,284 votes finished nearly 2,000 votes...

Size of signs prompts safety concerns in Winnipeg

August 23, 2019

CTV - ... “Similar to a snowbank you do have to edge up a bit because the sign at the corner there blocks oncoming traffic,” he said. NDP candidate Jim Maloway said his signs fall within regulations and are on private property. The City of Winnipeg has bylaws that regulate signage on public property. ...

Oversized Manitoba election signs irk drivers in East Kildonan

August 21, 2019

Global News - ...view. “When you pull up, you can’t see anything … those signs block all three lanes,” said Johnson, pointing to signs for NDP candidate Jim Maloway that are raised on wooden stakes at the corner of Henderson Highway and Neil Avenue. “Steadily, you’re trying to creep up and creep up and by...

NDP kick off unofficial election campaign

June 23, 2019

Winnipeg Sun - ... 7. Elliot Macdonald (Kildonan-River East) 8. George Wong (Fort Richmond) 9. Greg McFarlane (McPhillips) 10. Jamie Moses (St. Vital) 11. Jim Maloway (Elmwood) INCUMBENT 12. Joe McKellep (Assiniboia) 13. Karen Myshkowsky (Southdale) 14. Kurt Morton (Kirkfield Park) 15. Lisa Naylor (Wolseley) ...