"It's an Invigoration of a Movement"
After a 2nd place finish in the 2016 election, Pembina Valley Online spoke with Mike about what these results meant for the future of our province.
"In the past it really seemed like if I want to vote Green, I'm throwing my vote away," Urichuk says. "But really we're starting to see if you want to vote Green, that means you're a contender, you're second place moving up to first place in quite a few different places across the Province."
While the Green Party failed to win a seat in the legislature, Urichuk says they've established momentum by bringing forth issues that are resonating with Manitobans like fighting poverty with Guaranteed Annual Income and combating climate change.
"It's an invigoration of a movement," Urichuk says. "Where we're able to move towards a future now where we know we care about the environment, where we know that we care about our children and our families and our education system and our healthcare system, and we know that we have options now to try and pursue solutions to these issues."
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