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Sherri's vision is to build safer communities through safer streets, community safety, social and economic development, and a more inclusive city through education, daycare, and poverty reduction efforts.”

Protecting Public Services

  • Growth mindset in recreation investments;
  • Restore public service cuts in grass cutting and snow clearing;
  • Stop privatization and contracting out;
  • No cuts to frontline services and restoring services and quality of life to pre-pandemic levels;
  • Not taking developer money and keeping them away from community centres;

Safe & Secure Communities

  • Never close a recreation centre or library
  • Holding Winnipeg Police Service Accountable & working to strengthen governance and city oversight.
  • Will push for support on supervised consumption sites & continue advocacy on wrap around supports in housing so streets and bus stops are not the only solution.
  • Worked to remove red tape at the City so neighbourhood safety organizations can receive more grants for community safety including doubling up federal dollars into the ward
  • Diverted police calls to right resource, and will work to continue to push for social work and crises resource funding
  • Continue investments in youth drop-in, community kitchens and summer camps

Library System & Recreation

  • Expand leisure guide programming to ensure that every child who needs swimming, skating or summer camp has access;
  • Expanding music lending, toy library & reading summer camps for kids;
  • All-in recreation memberships including gyms, pools, and swimming lessons and making registering user-friendly;
  • Adding hours and weeks to libraries, hours & pools;

Parks and Urban Canopy

  • More walking paths, protected bike paths, increasing green-space
  • Expanded and & expedited pruning and tree planting

Realize UNDRIP at the Municipal Level

  • Working with the MB-MMIWG Coalition on Calls to Justice and TRC Calls to Action


Winnipeg Labour Council & CUPE 500

Gord Delbridge, President CUPE 500

Amalgamated Transit Union 1505

Romeo Ignacio, President ATU 1505

James Van Gerwen, Vice President ATU 1505

Kathy Heppner, Candidate for School Trustee Ward 3, Winnipeg School Division

Mark Wasyliw, MLA for Fort Garry, Official Opposition Critic for Finance, former School Trustee


Sandra DeLaronde, Co-Chair of MB MMIWG2S Coalition

Al Wiebe, Co-Chair of the Canadian Lived Experience Network, Hope Alley, Housing Advocate

Wins Bridgman, Architect at Bridgman Collaborative, Recipient of City of Winnipeg Leadership Award for the Advancement of Accessible Environmental Design and Heritage Preservation 

Jacob Kaufman, Peer Advocate Outreach Worker

Jenny Gerbasi, Former City Councillor for Fort Rouge – East Fort Garry, former Deputy Mayor for City of Winnipeg, former President Canadian Federation of Municipalities

Evan Krosney, Library Advocate and Candidate Ward 3, Seven Oaks School Division

Danny Schur, Juno-Award and multi-plantinum and gold album recipient, composer/producer/co-writer Strike Musical

Lisa Naylor, MLA for Wolseley, Official Opposition Critic for Environment and Climate Change

Brian Pincott, Former City Councillor in Calgary 2007-2017, former Board Member of Canadian Federation of Municipalities, former Executive Director of Velo Canada Bikes, Board Member Functional Transit Winnipeg

Dr. Patty Thile, West Broadway resident

Paige Mason, Board of Directors, Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada; Lord Roberts resident

Louise Simbandumwe: sustainable community development and community advocate.

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Dennis Cunningham Riverview Community Leader & longtime volunteer

In 2018 Sherri Rollins was elected by the good people of Fort Rouge East Fort Garry to serve as a protective ward voice and a city-wide City Councillor.

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