Latest News from Ward 10

Posted on April 14

Still Fighting for Petrolia

The No-Frills in Petrolia Mall has been a boon to the communities around it. It’s been very heartening for me to see the way that the communities around Petrolia have banded together to reinvigorate that space, and the addition of the No-Frills location has given the space new promise and life that it hadn’t had in years.

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Posted on April 12

Paths for People: A City for Life Event

Each time I engage Edmontonians in conversations about active transportation, one thing becomes clear  - that we need to shift the conversation away from car vs. bike to one about healthy people and healthy communities. No matter where people stand on the issue, pro-bike lane or anti, commuter-focused or community-focused, everybody can get on board with the growing research and ancient understanding that cycling improves people’s health, whether you are a recreational or commuter cyclist....

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Posted on April 05

Be Counted!

I want to know more about you. Of course, I always want to know about your thoughts on our progress and different projects in the community, but this time, it’s personal. I want you to participate in Edmonton’s 2016 census.

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Posted on March 24

Collaborating to Achieve Regional Transit

Collaborating to plan and operate our transit systems in sync has been something that the City of Edmonton and it’s partners have been talking about it for years, both at a local and regional level.

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Posted on March 17

Community Bike Routes - 40th Avenue

Update, March 21 11:30am: The feedback from the meeting on Saturday clearly leaned in favour of the route on 43rd Avenue as opposed to either option on 40th Avenue when it comes to building appropriate cycling infrastructure for the area. The $2 million cost for the route on 43rd Ave is much more reasonable - there is no way I can justify spending $12-17 million dollars on a route on 40th Avenue. The reason that option...

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