Fresh Eyes. New Vision.
Ready to work for you as City Councillor!
As your champion, he will fight to:
As your champion, he will ﬁght to:
Reduce Property Crime
Improve Traffic Flow
Spend Tax Dollars Wisely
Protect & Restore Tree Canopy
Fix Crumbling Streets
Protect Rivers from Sewage
Brant Field is a born and raised Winnipegger who grew up in Garden City. After residing in other provinces during his education and early legal career Brant, and his wife, Deanne, knew that they wanted to put down roots back in their home province. Choosing River Heights – Fort Garry was an easy decision and an area Deanne already loved, having grown up in Linden Woods.
Brant attended St. Paul’s High School before attaining his B.Sc from the University of Manitoba, and J.D. from the University of Saskatchewan. He was called to the Manitoba bar in 2014 and the Alberta bar in 2016. He spent 3 years articling and volunteering at the Legal Help Centre of Winnipeg, a not-for-profit law clinic that provides free legal services to socially and economically disadvantaged members of the community.
He practiced law in both Winnipeg and Okotoks, Alberta for nearly 6 years before pivoting to the construction industry, taking on the position of Project Manager at Riverstone Projects here in Winnipeg. This combined experience has given Brant the skills and knowledge to address a wide range of issues that would be beneficial in the role of City Councillor.
Brant isn’t afraid of a challenge and believes it is important to give back to the community. He and his wife are expecting their first child this December and it has only intensified his commitment to working hard to make Winnipeg even better!
If elected as City Councillor, Brant wants to redirect the City’s focus back to the core services that residents interact with on a daily basis like roads, infrastructure, city services, and emergency and protective services etc. He is committed to working hard on behalf of all residents and hopes to knock on every door within the riding to ensure that all voices and opinions are heard.