Former Winnipeg Mayor Glen Murray is running for municipal election

Former Winnipeg Mayor Glen Murray is running for municipal election
Former Winnipeg Mayor Glen Murray is running for municipal election

Nearly two decades after stepping down as mayor of Winnipeg, Glen Murray wants another shot at the job.

Murray, who was mayor of Winnipeg from 1998 to 2004, announced Wednesday that he will run to replace Brian Bowman in the upcoming municipal election.

Montreal-born Murray resigned as mayor in May 2004 to run for a seat with the federal Liberals, which he did not win.

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He then became a minister in the Ontario Liberal Cabinet.

He also ran for the leadership of the federal Green Party in 2020.

Murray was Winnipeg’s first openly gay mayor and helped organize Winnipeg’s first Pride march in 1986 before becoming a city councilman.

Murray becomes the 11th candidate to run in the October 26 Winnipeg municipal election, joining:

  • Jennifer Motkaluk
  • Don Woodstock
  • Christopher Clatius
  • Rick was glowing
  • Scott Gillingham
  • Robert-Falcon Ouellette
  • Shaun Loney
  • Idris Ademuyiwa Adelakun
  • Frog Bokhari
  • desmond thomas

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