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Lac du Bonnet Constituency Office

Box 1299, 636 Park Avenue
Beausejour, MB, MB R0E 0C0

(204) 268-3282

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About Wayne Ewasko

Wayne Ewasko was first elected as the MLA for Lac du Bonnet in 2011, followed by his re-election on April 19, 2016, and October 3, 2023. In addition to his role as an MLA, he has previously served as Chair of the Manitoba PC Caucus, as Manitoba’s Minister of Education and Early Childhood Learning, as PC Caucus Whip and Shadow Minister for Education and Early Childhood Learning, and currently serves as Interim Leader of the Official Opposition.

Growing up on a farm in the Brokenhead area southwest of Beausejour, Wayne graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Education Degree as well as a Post Baccalaureate degree in Education. Before being elected to the Legislature, he worked for 17 years as a teacher and guidance counsellor in the Sunrise School Division. In 2008, Wayne received the Teacher of Distinction Award from Brandon University and, in 2012, was presented with the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal.

Wayne is married to his high-school sweetheart, Tracey, and together they have two wonderful sons, Brayden and Jarvis. He is an active member of the community as a volunteer with the Beausejour Knights of Columbus and the Beausejour Lions Club.

He is eager to continue serving the people of Lac du Bonnet and finding innovative solutions to the challenges facing our health and education systems. Wayne is proud to be a part of the PC team that offers a better plan and a better future for Manitoba families.

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