Cherish Winsor

Candidate in the Kam Lake Yellowknife race.

Cherish can be reached on social media, at cherishwinsor@hotmail.com, or by calling (867) 765-8594.

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Energized NWT voters wonder if this is real change

October 2, 2019

Cabin Radio - ...defeat of Yellowknife North incumbent Cory Vanthuyne. Great Slave MLA-elect Katrina Nokleby, left, poses with unsuccessful Kam Lake candidate Cherish Winsor. Samantha Stuart/Cabin Radio All eyes will now fall on who this new legislature chooses to become the next Premier of the Northwest Territories. ...

3 ridings heading to recounts in tight Yellowknife races

October 1, 2019

CBC North - ...relationship," said Cleveland. Testart came third with 220 votes, followed by Yellowknife city councillor Rommel Silverio, Abdullah Al-Mahamud and Cherish Winsor. In a Facebook post, Testart congratulated Cleveland and thanked his supporters. "To the people of Kam Lake, it was my honour to represent you in...

Rockhill fire and the GNWT election: one year later

September 30, 2019

NNSL Media - ...of the challenges faced by women and families, including low-income housing and homelessness tied to services formerly delivered at Rockhill. Cherish Winsor, candidate in Kam Lake and a past YWCA president, said after the fire she didn’t think the GNWT’s response was sufficient and said the...

NWT Election 2019: All of Cabin Radio’s candidate interviews

September 28, 2019

Cabin Radio - ...and detox facility in the NWT is "entirely achievable" - Argues he offers real alternatives but Kam Lake rivals are "status-quo politicians" Cherish Winsor – read our full interview Highlights: - Supports guaranteed income, childcare subsidies, investment in resource extraction - Says NWT "has a...

Two female candidates claim harassment on the campaign trail

September 26, 2019

NNSL Media - ...Lake hopeful Cherish Winsor and Great Slave contender Katrina Nokleby say they’ve been subjected to inappropriate behaviour from strangers on the campaign trail. Since starting her campaign, Winsor has been receiving multiple inappropriate comments from strangers on social media, she said. Winsor showed...

Who’s winning the election sign war?

September 26, 2019

NNSL Media - ...on to the results. Kam Lake Signs counted Abdullah Al-Mahamud 17 Caitlin Cleveland 33 Robert Hawkins 15 Rommel Silverio 25 Kieron Testart 34 Cherish Winsor 4 This one is a squeaker. Caitlin Cleveland dominated the sign count through Grace Lake and Kam Lake industrial park but incumbent Kieron Testart...

Kam Lake candidate calls for foundational review of NWT’s education system

September 25, 2019

NNSL Media - ...Kam Lake candidate, blamed the problem on high teacher turnover rates and said he would push for “a good recruitment retention program.” Only Cherish Winsor, another Kam Lake candidate and a mother of five, seemed to have good things to say about the terriory’s education system. “My family moved...

Yellowknife candidates square off politely at final Dene Nahjo political forum

September 25, 2019

CKLB 101.9 - ...Kam Lake riding where no less than six candidates are running. They are: Kieron Testart, Robert Hawkins, Rommel Silverio, Caitlin Cleveland, Cherish Winsor and Abdullah Al-Mohamed. The candidates answered questions about issues ranging from consensus government, housing, climate change, Metis rights,...

Power possibilities pondered by Kam Lake candidates

September 19, 2019

NNSL Media - ...largely driven by skyrocketing power bills. But of the six candidates – Kieron Testart, Robert Hawkins, Abdullah Al-Mahamud, Caitlin Cleveland, Cherish Winsor and Rommel Silverio – who spoke to a packed crowd at N.J. MacPherson School, not all shared the same views on how to reign in power rates for...

Kam Lake candidates trade cost of living solutions in community debate

September 18, 2019

CBC North - ...needed to lower its cost of living and increase revenue, they had very different ideas on how to get there. (Garrett Hinchey/CBC) YWCA president Cherish Winsor, responding next, said the two most important points were "keeping our economy strong, and keeping our population up." "We need to focus on keeping...

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