Chris Pullen has worked at Concordia Hospital for the past 20 years, and currently works there as a cleaner. He is a first-hand witness to the chaos Brian Pallister has caused in our health care system. Chris wants to be part of a government that will listen to front-line workers and put better care for patients and their families first.
Chris has been an activist with the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) for over a decade, serving as CUPE 204 unit vice-president for Concordia Hospital and as a trustee and political action committee member for CUPE Manitoba. He has also served on the Concordia Child Care Centre parent advisory executive to support child care services.
Chris lives in West Pine Ridge with his wife, Trish, their two school-aged children, and their boxer mastiff, Chance. Chris coaches slo-pitch baseball and enjoys being outdoors with his family.