Kevin Nichols

Candidate in the Charleswood - Tuxedo Councillor Candidates race.

Kevin can be reached on social media, at [email protected], or by calling 204-782-1734.

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Questionnaire Response

Kevin Nichols - Charleswood - Tuxedo

Why did you decide to run in the 2018 (Winnipeg Civic Election / School Board Election)?

I decided to run in order to provide proper representation for the area.  For about eight years the Ward voice has been very quiet.  The area needs a voice to adequately represent the needs of the community.  I don’t believe the area interests have been addressed at City Hall in a long time. I will be that voice to not only address the area needs but provide the City with a common sense approach to politics.  Providing real solutions to issues requires action. I am not one to sit on the bench, I am one to get in the game and take action, providing real solutions.  It is time we had positive action to solve real problems.  I enjoy helping people and the area residents and from where I sit, the City needs help.  Those are some of my reasons for running.

What experience will you bring to complement your role as (Mayor / Councillor / School Trustee)?

I have been with the City for 32 years, I have worked with a multitude of departments in my role with the City.  I have been involved with all levels of management and have also had direct dealings with past Councillors.  My experience with the City brings me close to the issues and allows me to see the interaction between political decisions and the ensuing results in the area/City.  I also bring a background in running my own business.  I know what it will take to ensure the taxpayers get the best services for their tax dollars.

What are some issues that you would like to stand for in your role as (Mayor / Councillor / School Trustee), and why are these issues important to you?

The issues are not only important to me but more importantly, the people I would represent.  Depending on the area, I have heard crime as an issue, poverty, preservation of green space, and tax dollars being wasted.  I will fight for the issues concerning my ward on both sides of the river as a good Councillor should.  The issues that are important to my constituents are the issues that are important to me and as an elected official I need to respect the concerns put forward and address them appropriately.

What is something that you appreciate about the (City of Winnipeg / the ward / the school ward or school division) you wish to represent?

The Ward of Charleswood-Tuxedo now encompasses Westwood, the Oaks and St.Charles.  What I really appreciate about the area is the fact people are concerned about development and loss of green space, on both sides of the river.  I have been an advocate for the preservation of green space for a long time and responsible development.  I believe people truly enjoy the green space in the area and I will fight to keep it as I have in the past and will until my last breath.

Do you have any other comments regarding your candidacy?

This is the second time running in this ward, so you know I am serious about representing the people in this ward.  I have volunteered in the area for many different causes to help people with the issues Councillors turn their back on.  I will keep fighting if I am elected and will never turn my back on anyone.  For a complete copy of my platform please visit

News that mentions Kevin Nichols

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Marty Morantz sera candidat conservateur aux élections fédérales de 2019

October 14, 2018

Ici Radio Canada / CBC Francais - ... Pendant ce temps, le poste de conseiller municipal de M. Morantz dans le quartier Charleswood-Tuxedo-Whyte Ridge suscite l’envie de Kevin Klein, Kevin Nichols, Ken St George et de l’ancien conseiller Grant...

Marty Morantz wins federal Conservative nomination

October 14, 2018

CBC Manitoba - ...the past two decades. Eyolfson won the seat in 2015 by defeating Conservative MP Steven Fletcher by 6,122 votes. Four candidates — Kevin Klein, Kevin Nichols, Ken St. George and former city councillor Grant Nordman — are vying to fill Morantz's spot as Charleswood-Tuxedo-Whyte Ridge councillor. The...

Building Kenaston up instead of out, more town halls among proposals from Charleswood-Tuxedo candidates

October 14, 2018

CBC Manitoba - ...should be at least six lanes if they see 35,000 or more vehicles per day. The St. James Bridge alone sees 79,000. Still, for council candidate Kevin Nichols, the Kenaston widening project is a non-issue this election. "Everyone knows it needs to be widened but there's no real, I'll say, concern," said...

‘Bigger fish to fry’ than bus-stop bench ad timing: council candidate

October 9, 2018

Winnipeg Free Press - ...not divulge the identity of anyone raising a complaint about a candidate or its outcome. The other candidates in the ward race — Kevin Klein, Kevin Nichols and Ken St. George — all denied making the complaint against Grant Nordman (above). (Eva Wasney / Canstar files) The Free Press contacted the...

Nichols wants area to have ‘a strong voice’

October 5, 2018

Winnipeg Free Press - ...a flash in the pan, I’m not in it for myself, I’m in it for the people,” he said. “I’m a concerned citizen just like everyone else.” Kevin Nichols hopes his second run for City council will prove to Charleswood-Tuxedo voters that he’s serious about the job. Kevin Nichols hopes his second run...

Familiar face or fresh face could head to City Hall for Charleswood-Tuxedo

September 29, 2018

Winnipeg Sun - ...halls per year and create one advisory board each for Charleswood, Tuxedo and Westwood. “I want the focus to be on the constituents,” he said. Kevin Nichols, a Winnipeg public works safety technician who’s also entered the race, couldn’t be reached for comment Wednesday. Nichols previously told the...

City council and school trustee candidates for west Winnipeg

September 24, 2018

Winnipeg Free Press - ...Tuxedo and Wilkes South. Former councillor Marty Morantz is not seeking re-election. Candidates in this ward include: • Kevin Klein; • Kevin Nichols; • Grant Nordman; and • Ken St. George. The St. James ward now includes the neighbourhoods of Crestview and St. James. Candidates in this ward...

Mayoral candidate quits chamber after debate cancelled

September 24, 2018

Winnipeg Free Press - ...of Women’s Shelters instead, to ensure those who need to escape can before it’s too late." Also running in Charleswood are Ken St. George, Kevin Nichols and Grant Nordman. ...

Council candidate urges donations to women’s shelter

September 23, 2018

Winnipeg Sun - ...violence. If it’s going to stop, it’s because we choose to make it stop.” Klein, the former publisher of the Winnipeg Sun, is running against Kevin Nichols, Grant Nordman and Ken St. George to represent the ward, left open when Marty Morantz decided to seek the nomination for the Conservative Party of...

Élection à Winnipeg : 54 candidats, 15 quartiers, une élue

September 20, 2018

Ici Radio Canada / CBC Francais - ...du résultat des élections Voici la liste de tous les candidats et candidates, par quartier électoral : Charleswood-Tuxedo Kevin Klein, Kevin Nichols, Grant Nordman et Ken St. George Daniel McIntyre Josh Brandon, Cindy Gilroy et Miah Sarowar Elmwood-Kildonan-Est Robb Massey et Jason Schreyer ...

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