MLA Kevin Klein still fighting for Winnipeg though Kirkfield Park

Hon. Kevin Klein
From the Legislature

After a few weeks of painting, cleaning, and putting furniture together, I am excited to announce our community office is open.

The community office is important because we work for you. I would like to hear from you if you have a concern or question or want to discuss solutions. The more I listen, the better I will represent our Kirkfield Park community.

The community office is also a place to celebrate the people of Kirkfield Park. Even though the doors are open, we are missing your personal touch. We are asking teachers and artists to help us showcase your talents. We need artwork to hang on the walls.

We also ask people to use the community office as a "Book Exchange" location. Please bring books you no longer need. We will have them in the office for others to select from and trade.

Finally, if you are a community sports team, church, social group, school or small Kirkfield Park business, please send us your community notices. We will post them for the community to see, and I will put them on my website and social media to help spread the word.

I have begun hosting coffee and conversations with community groups and will announce town halls on my website shortly. The town halls will allow me to listen to your concerns and priorities. They are a great opportunity to hear what you'd like me to take back to the Premier and our government."

We are also accepting applications for the first Kirkfield Park Youth Advisory Board and a Senior Advisory Board. Each group will have five community members. The advisory groups will each meet monthly to discuss current issues in the community and province. I want to hear our residents' issues, questions, and concerns. It will make me a better representative for our community.

The youth council is open to Kirkfield Park residents aged 16 to 24, and the Seniors advisory council is for those over 60. If you are interested in participating, please submit a brief email to [email protected], outlining why you want to be engaged and what you hope to bring to the advisory group. Only five people will be selected for each of the advisory boards.

The community office is at 3015 Portage Avenue, the phone is 202-888-2211, and my email is [email protected] for all things Kirkfield Park. Kevin publishes video highlights from time to time. Go to Facebook and search Kevin Klein Politician OR on the web.

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The Hon. Kevin Klein is the MLA for Kirkfield Park and Minister of Environment and Climate Change.