Let's Build a City That Works, For All of Us

Let's Build a City That Works, For All of Us

I believe that collective and sustainable transformation does not happen in isolation and it cannot be driven by one person. Meaningful and impactful policy takes time, collaboration and should reflect the views and experiences of those it will affect most.

A Co-Created Platform

I believe that collective and sustainable transformation does not happen in isolation and it cannot be driven by one person. Meaningful and impactful policy takes time, collaboration and should reflect the views and experiences of those it will affect most.

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Core Beliefs

I’m running to be the kind of mayor that asks important questions and never stops listening to Edmontonians like you. My core values of collaboration and accountability will guide our path forward.

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Create a Chief Accountability Officer

Too much time and taxpayer money are spent exploring ideas that other cities have already researched and implemented. As Mayor, I will hold Council and City Administration accountable to our defined goals and objectives, to maintaining focus, and to ensuring our debates, motions, and inquiries are based on the principles of our own planning.

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Central Business Neighbourhood

The saying “as goes your downtown, so goes your city” came from the awareness that downtowns are the economic engines of a city. As we rebuild from the COVID-19 pandemic, the success of our downtown economy will be critical.

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Basic Needs

There are many Edmontonians whose basic needs are not being met, including regular access to water, food, shelter, and clothing. Without consistent access to these essentials, people are unable to survive, let alone thrive in our city.

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Alberta Economic Corridor

Everyday, we see news of cities working and focusing on building healthy economies as the foundationfor survival and eventual success following the impacts of COVID-19. As a province, Alberta has so many encouraging opportunities for future prosperity: record-setting levels of venture capital investment, continuous entrepreneurial growth in new companies and job creation, and exciting reports of major companies expanding their operations to Calgary and Edmonton.

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Access to Water

Water is a basic human need and is fundamental to life. Today, we have a large population of Edmontonians that don’t have day-to-day access to drinking water. As a city, we have a duty to provide our people with the basics.

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Safe City for Women and Girls

There is much to love about this city but lately, it has begun to feel very unsafe due to the increasing number of violent acts against women. This is unacceptable.

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