I'm so thrilled that investment in the Northeast is being prioritized for Capital Infrastructure Projects.
These investments are crucial to Ward 4 - they will bring jobs, better infrastructure, safer neighbourhoods and help us create thriving communities.
This year, the City of Edmonton is investing over $1 billion into capital construction projects that will boost our local economy and employ approximately 13,000 people.
Below is a list of projects that
On March 20, 2021, I co-hosted a virtual meeting with community members and safety and well-being experts to identify top of mind safety concerns for citizens living, working and playing in Ward 4. This was the first in a series of three meetings. (Click here to view the Meeting Summary from this conversation).
On April 17, a second meeting took place where participants identified assets and barriers in the community that affect the way we can address top of mind safety concerns.
On March 20, 2021, I co-hosted a virtual community meeting with Reach Edmonton. Community members and safety and well-being experts came together to identify the top of mind safetyconcerns for citizens living, working and playing in Ward 4. The following is a summary of thetop of mind safety and well-being concerns.
Meeting #2 will be held on April 17, 2021 and will explore the barriers and opportunitiescommunities face in addressing these issues.
Meeting #3 will be held
In 2018 City Council approved our four year 2019-2022 budget. During this time I fought hard to shorten the list of additional spending items--moving away from funding pet projects and toward a priority driven framework. Twice a year during Spring and Fall Budget Adjustments we have the opportunity to revisit our overall budget to make real time course corrections. This is extremely helpful in a case like 2020 where we’re faced with an unprecedented economic impact due to a global
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The City of Edmonton’s urban places and river valley policies guide development decisions within our city's most treasured asset- the land that winds around our North Saskatchewan River. I believe that any activity or development involving Edmonton's river valley needs to meet the collective approval of the public. The river connects our city and citizens in a way that no other amenity could. As the backbone of our incredible ecological
This article was initially published in the Edmonton Examiner on August 23, 2018.
There are three ways to influence politics – money, access, and votes – and when you’ve got all three, power tips in your favour.
Most people only have their vote
I hope you are doing well, today. As our province takes major steps to re-open services and programs this week, I want to keep you informed on the steps I am taking to keep us safe and get us moving again.Transit and Parking Fares Resume
The City will resume fare collection on June 15. ETS will accept March, April, and July
When it comes to Black Lives, up here in Northeast Edmonton we are watching the news in outrage, sorrow, and concern.
I’ve lost sleep over the calls and emails I’ve received describing the racism my Ward residents have witnessed, or been victim of. I will not tolerate it. There is absolutely no reason why our community cannot be safe
Hello, my friend --
Today’s update is a big one! This marks my first official update since Phase One of re-opening began last week. Edmonton has done such a great job with flattening the curve that we are taking steps to reopen our city amenities. I want to let you know about my efforts advocating for neighbourhood cleanliness and keeping
Without a doubt, COVID-19 has had an impact on personal and corporate finances around the world. The City of Edmonton’s budget has been impacted too.
I worked hard this week to advocate for common-sense, practical solutions to reduce our spending, set a fair tax rate for ALL, and protect
Since we last chatted there have been several COVID-19 related developments at Edmonton City Hall.I am thinking of you lots as we welcome warmer weather, and I hope that you are staying healthy and looking out for the safety of yourselves, family members, and neighbours. Today I have updates on our budget, family and business supports, community gardens, transit solutions, and our community leagues.There is a budget
Hi Ward 4,
This week I made real progress vocalizing your concerns around COVID-19. I want to share this progress but first, I want to check in with you.
How are you doing? How do you plan on connecting with your family, while still social distancing, this long weekend? For example, this week marked the beginning of Passover. I saw evidence online of many creative families using video chats to host their celebratory meals!
Now, COVID-19 has shone a