Carli Owens was born and raised in the RM of Portage la Prairie. Following her graduation from Dalhousie University, she commenced a decade-long practice as a Crown Prosecutor in central Manitoba. Her personal, professional, and extensive knowledge of rural and regional issues will enable Carli to assist people in a wide range of legal matters.
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