MaryAnn Mihychuk

liberal candidate in


Kildonan-St. Paul

MaryAnn Mihychuk

liberal candidate in


Kildonan-St. Paul

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As a geoscientist and former member of the Manitoba Legislature, MaryAnn Mihychuk will bring a significant amount of both legislative and industry-related experience to the riding of Kildonan—St.Paul. Elected as a member of Manitoba’s NDP government in 1995, MaryAnn served as Minister of Industry, Trade, and Mines and Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs during her nine years as an MLA. She has since become a proud member of the Liberal Party of Canada.

MaryAnn has a Bachelor of Science from the University of Winnipeg and a Master’s in Geology from Brock University, and has worked in several capacities within Canada’s mineral industry. She was the founder of both Women in Mining Canada and Women in Mining Manitoba, an organization of which she is currently President. Recognized for her vision and leadership by the Manitoba Association of Engineers and Geoscientists, MaryAnn led the renewal of The Mines Act, which the industry rated as the best policy framework in the world.

In 2010, MaryAnn was one of two Jack Gallagher Visiting geoscientists at the University of Manitoba, and she is the first ever recipient of the 2012 Women in Mining International Trailblazer Award. Ever-active in her community, MaryAnn is a former trustee of the Winnipeg School Division, secretary of the Snow Lake Chamber of Commerce, and both a founder and member of West End Citizens on Patrol and the Orioles Literacy Program.