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The list of Souris-Moose Mountain candidates has been finalized

Five parties to be represented in Souris-Moose Mountain constituency for the 2021 federal election
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Five candidates put their names forward for the 2021 federal election in the Souris-Moose Mountain constituency

ESTEVAN - As of Aug. 30, when the candidates’ nomination forms for the 2021 federal election closed, five parties have their candidates running for the election in the Souris-Moose Mountain constituency.

Hannah Duerr of NDP and Javin Ames-Sinclair of the Liberal Party were the last two to join the race.

Earlier Robert Kitchen of the Conservatives, Diane Neufeld for the People’s Party of Canada (PPC) and Greg Douglas of the Maverick Party announced that they are putting their names forward for the federal election scheduled for Sept. 20.

Duerr said that while she is running in the election, she is declining to do any interviews. The Mercury was also unable to speak to the Liberals’ Ames-Sinclair for an interview.

Kitchen, Neufeld and Douglas shared their plans for the campaign earlier, with articles running in previous editions of the paper and online at

Candidates will meet at the all-candidate forum hosted by the Estevan Chamber of Commerce on Sept. 8 at 7 p.m. at the Royal Canadian Legion’s Estevan branch.

Access Communications will be present for the evening and the recording will be available for viewing after the event.

Leading up to the election, the Estevan Chamber will be accepting submitted questions by email to or by phone at 306-637-2151. These questions will be used during the all-candidates forums.

There are 2,010 candidates running in the election across Canada's 338 electoral districts.

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