Eileen Clarke

Eileen Clarke

Biography

Eileen Clarke was elected as the MLA for Agassiz in 2016 and re-elected in 2019. She has previously served as Minister of Indigenous and Municipal Relations and Minister of Indigenous and Northern Relations.

Eileen became a business owner and manager at the age of 18, growing a local jewellery, gift, and flower shop. Eileen served her community as member of the local Chamber of Commerce and held multiple executive positions including President over her over 35 years volunteering with the Chamber. In 1998, she was named the Manitoba Woman Entrepreneur of the Year for Impact of the Local Economy.

Eileen was appointed Mayor of Gladstone in 2006. During her 8 years as Mayor, she was an active member of the Association of Manitoba Municipalities as Urban Midwestern Director and served as the Vice President in 2010.

Eileen has spent time volunteering with her passion of improving care for Manitoban elders, working with Age Friendly Manitoba since it was founded in 2008.

Eileen is a lifelong resident of Gladstone where her husband Bob still reside. They have two children and are proud grandparents.




Minister's Message

Welcome

Welcome to Manitoba Municipal Relations. This site is your portal to a network of programs and partnerships we have established with municipalities, planning districts and community organizations with the shared goal of building and maintaining strong communities across the province.

Our team provides training, advice, technical analysis and funding related to such significant areas of community development as infrastructure, land management, neighbourhood revitalization and local capacity building for service delivery.

Our department works directly with the City of Winnipeg and all Manitoba municipalities as well as the Association of Manitoba Municipalities and other entities to develop new funding models, update existing ones and streamline the funding application process to ensure provincial funds are invested wisely on behalf of Manitobans.

We appreciate your visit here today and invite you to explore the teamwork that results in a stronger Manitoba for all of us.

Honourable Eileen Clarke
Minister of Municipal Affairs