2018 Brad Gross

Old Kildonan Ward

Brad Gross

Old Kildonan

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WINDOG has awarded Brad Gross 'dog-friendly' status but with some reservation. Although he responded to WINDOG's survey, he is the only candidate who declined to comment on either proposal. See his responses below.

Platform: Gross wants to lower taxes and make streets safer. As well, he says he would not hide photo radar cameras. He has not published information on how he plans to achieve his goals.

A perennial candidate, Gross ran as a mayoral candidate in 2010 where he finished third, behind the incumbent mayor, Sam Katz and challenger Judy Wasylycia-Leis.

In the 2011 provincial election he ran unsuccessfully in St. Boniface against the incumbent MLA and Premier, Greg Salinger.

In 2014 he returned to municipal politics, running in St. Boniface a distant third to Matt Allard with less than 5% of the vote.

In 2016 he ran again in a provincial election, this time in St. James for the Manitoba Party where he finished last.

Gross is trying again in 2018, running as a candidate in Old Kildonan in this fall’s municipal election.

Gross is a realtor with Royal LePage Riverbend.

Q1: If elected, will you put forward and/or support a motion in Council to create a dedicated tax-supported capital fund for the creation of new dog parks and the upgrading of existing ones to comply with standards in the City of Winnipeg’s new Off-Leash Area Master Plan? Why or why not?


Q2: If elected, will you put forward and/or support a motion to designate off-leash areas as “single-use” parks where only those activities associated with off-leash dogs are permitted? Why or why not?