Latest News from Ward 10

Posted on April 03

LGBTQ2S Seniors housing an important need in our community

For many seniors, the question of housing can be a difficult one. It can be hard to contemplate giving up independence, but living independently can lead to social isolation. The answers to these questions have to be decided by seniors and their families on a case by case basis. For between 4,700 - 12,000 Edmonton seniors, their sexuality adds another layer of complexity to housing decisions.

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Posted on March 21

Week in Review - March 13/20, 2017

This past week was a busy one in Council Committee meetings. I’d like to focus on three items that could have impacts in Ward 10, and an update on the plan for redeveloping the South Park site on Whyte Avenue.

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Posted on March 10

Saving for a Snowy Day

Almost four years ago when I became a Councillor, I committed to practicing sound financial management; I remain committed to this today. On Tuesday of this week, Council discussed the Preliminary Year-End Financial Results, which highlighted a $64.3 million budget surplus - $13.6 million of which will be used to fund the carry forward of expenditures where 2016 program commitments exist (this surplus is explained in further detail here). While I am pleased there was...

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Posted on March 06

Week in Review - Feb 27 - Mar 3, 2017

Community League Presidents Breakfast: One of the best parts of my job is being able to connect and work with so many great community leaders throughout Ward 10. Last Saturday, I had the opportunity to host a large number of Ward 10 Community League Presidents for breakfast. I feel it’s important to stay connected to the communities throughout Ward 10, and the issues that they are facing. One of the key themes that emerged from...

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