Let's Talk Winnipeg!
Let’s Talk Winnipeg is about sharing stories from our city. We can talk about ideas, visions, non-profits that help others, or even issues you may have with City Hall. Let’s Talk Winnipeg is about listening to others and building a better Winnipeg.
Kevin Klein proudly serves the people of his community, Charleswood - Tuxedo - Westwood in the City of Winnipeg, as their City Councilor. He is a proud Canadian and Metis. Kevin spent over 15 years as a Senior Executive for three of Canada’s most recognized companies, including his time as Publisher & CEO of the Winnipeg Sun, and as a divisional President for MTS responsible for the creation of a new digital division. Kevin was recognized as a finalist for Canada’s Top Forty Under Forty and for the creation of a business/community funded K-9 Unit for a Police Service in Ontario where he was the Chair of the Community Division. Kevin has earned several professional awards for his accomplishments and recognition for his dedication to young people in hockey and martial arts, as well as his personal commitment and advocacy to stop Domestic Violence.
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