Josh Sigurdson recently caught up with Manitoba Progressive Conservative candidate for St.Johns, Barbara Judt.
Barbara was in the middle of a large controversy as the CEO of Osborne House after years of abuse by the Manitoba NDP. Barbara fought tooth and nail against the NDP as they tried everything to make her go away. Despite this, Barbara has stayed strong and continues to strive to drive positive change to an incredibly bureaucratic system that does not seem to care at all about everyday Manitobans, but instead is ready to plunder them for cash and control.
Barbara has fought alongside WAM in the past against the corrupted CFS system and Greg Selinger’s NDP. With 11,000 children in care, about 90% of those children being First Nations, the shame of the Manitoba CFS system is acknowledged throughout the world.
See the full interview here:
Barbara Judt spoke about the Manitoba Progressive Conservative approach to the CFS issues as well as her thoughts on several other issues Manitobans are facing. We were happy to talk with Barbara and will continue to update you on her campaign as well as other campaigns this election. This may just be the most energetic provincial election in Manitoba in a very long time.