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Father God, it is a privilege to
bring Southdale MLA Erin Selby before you today in prayer as she serves the
province of Manitoba and her riding. Please utilize her education, knowledge
and experience to bring about your purposes in the legislature. Use her
connections and experience with the media to best benefit the needs of the
province. Lead and guide Ms. Selby in every area of her life. Please keep Ms.
Selby and her family in your loving care as they go about their daily business.
In Jesus’ Name, we pray. Amen.

“I care about what you care about—making life affordable, creating opportunities and making sure services are there when you need them.”

  • First appointed to cabinet in 2011
  • Appointed to the Treasury Board in 2012
  • First elected in 2007

Erin was elected in 2007 and re-elected in 2011 to represent Southdale. In 2009, Premier Greg Selinger appointed Erin the Legislative Assistant to both the Minister of Family Services and Consumer Affairs and the Minister of Culture, Heritage, and Tourism. On March 28, 2011 Erin was appointed Minister of Advanced Education and Literacy by Premier Greg Selinger and then appointed Minister of Health on October 18, 2013.

Born in Winnipeg, Erin spent her childhood years in Pinawa. She attended high school in Ottawa and earned a B.A. in Communications from Concordia University in Montreal. Erin began her journalism career in Montreal, first as a reporter for a chain of bilingual community newspapers, and then as the weather anchor for Global Montreal. In 2002 Erin and her family moved back home to Manitoba.

Erin was an anchor and the first Consumerwatch reporter for CTV Winnipeg for four years before becoming host of Citytv’s Breakfast Television. Erin was a member of the Children’s Hospital Foundation Board and the foundation’s broadcast committee. Erin was also a member-at-large on the Parent Advisory Council at her children’s school.

Through her work on television, Erin has volunteered with a number of local charities. In the spring of 2007, Erin stepped down from Citytv and the board of the Children’s Hospital to launch her political career.

Erin and her family live in Southdale.