THANK YOU!                                  

Steven Fletcher went to the University of Manitoba where he obtained his engineering degree and, after his accident which left him paralyzed from the neck down, an MBA. Steven overcame adversity and persevered through traumatic injury with the belief that public service was how he could best give back to a city, province and country that helped him to live and to heal.

Over more than a decade of public service, Steven rose to serve in Cabinet and supported the economic viability of the services and infrastructure we rely on, and did so throughout a period of unprecedented change in the Canadian and Global economy. Steven worked to bring our hard-earned tax dollars from Ottawa back to Manitoba.

Brian Pallister asked Steven to run in Assiniboia given his legislative experience and his loyalty to local constituents. Steven, alongside an increasing number of voters in Assiniboia, believe the time has come to put an end to unbearable hospital wait times, bottom-of-the-pack educational results and irresponsible fiscal management.

Experienced Political Leader
  • Elected to Canada's Parliament 2004 to 2015, representing Charleswood-St James-Assiniboia-Headingly 
  • Minister of State (Transport) 2011-2013 
  • Minister of State (Democratic Reform) 2008-2011 
  • Parliamentary Secretary to two Ministers, 2006-2008 
  • Senior Health Critic, 2004 
  • President, Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba 2001-2004 
  • President, University of Manitoba Students' Union 1999-2001 
  • President, Shaftesbury High School, 1990 
Community Commitment
  • Manitoba Recreational Canoeing Association 
  • Manitoba Naturalists Society 
  • Wilderness Access Manitoba 
  • Disabled Sail Manitoba 
  • Charleswood Legion 
  • Rick Hansen Man-in-Motion Foundation 
Awards & Recognition
  • Terry Fox Hall of Fame, 2006 
  • Champions of Mental Health Award, 2006 
  • Courage & Leadership Award, Canadian Cancer Society, 2006 
  • Shaftesbury High School Hall of Fame, 2005 
  • Commemorative Medal for the Golden Jubilee of the Queen, 2002 
  • Manitoba Kayak Champion, 1988 & 1989 
  • Masters of Business Administration, University of Manitoba, 2002 
  • Bachelor of Science (Engineering), University of Manitoba, 1995