Andrew Scheer's Under Fire For Campaigning In Manitoba Instead Of Helping Evacuees - 2019-10-15
People in Manitoba are recovering from a brutal storm that moved through the region but that didn't stop election activity in the area. However, Andrew Scheer's Manitoba campaign stop after the snowstorm was controversial. Some people who had to be evacuated from their homes because of the storm were not too pleased with the Conservative leader having a campaign stop for the election in the province.
Manitoba is recovering from an early blast of winter weather with a snowstorm leaving a path of destruction in the province. Even an official state of emergency was declared in an effort to help restore power quicker.
On October 14, Scheer made campaign stops in Manitoba and the decision to go ahead with the campaign stop despite the fact that people were without power and evacuated from their homes was not met with warm reactions.