The Evolution of ETS
Good public transit and access to a variety of transportation options are essential for Edmonton. When the City’s Transit Strategy
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The Skinny on Sub-Dividing
Last week, a Councillor Inquiry was made to explore whether properties with restrictive covenants could be taxed differently. While I
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Giving Time and Passion
Volunteering has always been an important part of my life. Giving my time and energy to causes that I am
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The Vibrant Arts of Edmonton
Next week marks the beginning of Edmonton’s Poetry Festival. This annual celebration is in its 11th year, and will once
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Honouring Women
On March 8 we celebrate International Women’s Day and throughout the month of March, we recognize and honour women’s contributions
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Managing Growth, Managing Debt
This past December’s City Council approval of the budget adjustment for 2017 included the lowest tax increase in the past
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Snow & The City
Some of the City’s most important but most under appreciated work is in infrastructure construction and maintenance - roads, sidewalks,
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Having a Say in Our City
A municipal government has the most direct impact on people’s day-to-day lives. From roads and transportation, to water and utilities,
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Complete Streets, Complete Communities
It’s easy to think of Edmonton’s streets as just ways to get from point a to point b. We might
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Understanding our Truth
I am a lifelong learner. I constantly seek out knowledge to further understand the world around me and my place
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Connecting to Canadian Cities
When considering municipal government, we often think about the role of our own city council to manage the affairs of
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Adjusting the Plan
This week, City Council will debate the Operating and Capital Budget adjustments to the 2016-2018 Budgets for the City of
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Planning for Change
Public attitudes towards marijuana have changed in recent years. Many jurisdictions in North America and around the world have legalized
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Creating Community and Belonging
I believe in the democratic process and have voted in every election I have been eligible for since I was
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Balancing Perspectives
Although I am running to be elected to Edmonton City Council in Ward 5, the past several months have been
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Housing Options for Everyone
Building an inclusive city means that people of all stages of life and income levels are able to live, work,
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Good People & Goodwill
At a recent West Edmonton Business Mixer at Uncle Glenn’s Pub hosted by MLA Lorne Dach, I was able to
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Launching into the Year Ahead
On Sunday, October 16th at Lessard Community League Hall I kicked-off my campaign to become your Edmonton Ward 5 City
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Speaking with One Voice
When speaking about Edmonton and the issues that are important to residents, it’s important to think about our regional neighbours
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Infill in our Evolving City
There has been a lot of discussion in the news and in our neighbourhoods in recent years about infill. Some
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