My name is Konrad Narth, I am a lifelong resident of the La Verendrye
constituency. I grew up in Zhoda, am a graduate of Shevchenko school in
Vita, and this community is where my wife Candice and I are raising our
two children Nash and Theo. It is also the place where we make our living,
my wife and I run retail and automotive businesses in the constituency and
operate a mixed farm.
La Verendrye is not only the place I am raising my children and making
my living, but also the place my parents and grandparents have called
home. I am committed to our community and will always work to bring La
Verendrye to the legislature and not the other way around, if I am given the
privilege of representing you as your Member of the Legislative Assembly
Why I’m running
Pursuing the office of Member of the Legislative Assembly for La Verendrye
is not a decision I have taken lightly, but it is one that I have decided to
make because I have always been focused on making my constituency
better, for my children and for those around me.
I believe that our constituency requires quality representation and from
someone who knows what it takes to advocate for our constituency.
I believe in the free enterprise values of the Progressive Conservative Party
and will never compromise on the priorities that I know are important to the
people of southeast Manitoba
What Can You Do?
The Progressive Conservative nomination for La Verendrye is set for November 10th at Sarto
Hall 4 - 8pm Memberships must be received 2 weeks prior to the nomination meeting in
order to support me. If you are interested in supporting my vision of La Verendrye First please
purchase a membership by contacting me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 204-232-7543
Manitoba PC Party Nomination for La Verendrye
Dear Friends and Neighbours,
I’m Konrad Narth I am writing to let you know I am seeking the nomination to be the Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba candidate for the constituency of La Verendrye. As you may be aware, Dennis Smook the current Member of the Legislative Assembly for La Verendrye has served the constituency since its inception but has recently decided to not seek re-election in the next provincial election.
I have been actively involved with many forms of service to my community my entire adult life, and that includes as an active member of the Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba, I am seeking the nomination as an extension of that service to my community and province. In order to be successful in that effort I need to meet with as many residents of La Verendrye as possible prior to the nomination meeting and vote on November 10, 2022. If you have a membership and are willing to support me, I thank you very sincerely. If you would like to renew your membership or have friends or neighbours that would be interested in supporting my nomination bid, I would like to hear from you.
I would appreciate the opportunity to chat with you, by email, text, phone call, or in person prior to the cut-off for membership sales, which is 2 weeks prior to the nomination date (November 10th). As a result, time is of the essence, I would like to have all memberships delivered to P.C. Party headquarters on or before October 26th. If you are interested in getting in touch, please do so at your earliest convenience, my personal cell number is 204-232-7543. I have included a bit more information below about who I am and why I feel that I’m best suited to be the next Progressive Conservative candidate for La Verendrye, and most capable for representing our residents in the next provincial election. I do realize that many people’s lives are extremely busy in La Verendrye this time of the year so I will try to describe who I am right here:
I have been a lifelong resident of La Verendrye. I was born and raised in the Zhoda area and currently also live there with my wife Candice and two young boys Nash and Theo. I grew up on our family farm in the Zhoda area and spent my early years around both the farm and my parent’s automotive dealership.
Public relations came natural as a result of daily interactions with community members and growing up in a political family. The result was many conversations in the business office about political issues both locally and globally. This fact helped to light the fire of community service in my being and led me to my post secondary studies and future career choices and interests. Through my lifetime I have now owned and operated a number of businesses in my community and our region of Manitoba. I have proudly supported our family farm, served 12 years on Municipal Council and volunteered on numerous community boards
The majority of my political experience comes from the 12 years I have served on the Rural Municipality of Stuartburn council as both a councillor and Deputy Reeve. During my time on council I have promoted a strong focus on building regional relationships in order to realize the strength that we can have by working together
with larger regional partners. These partnerships have allowed our municipality to attract more economic and residential development, and service efficiencies.
Along with municipal service through most
of my adult life, I have served on a number of
government and community boards throughout
our province and constituency.
- High school diploma from Shevchenko School in
- Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of
Manitoba with a Major in Economics and Minor in
- Bachelor of Business Administration from the
University of Winnipeg with a Major in Marketing
and Minor in Small Business Studies.