Latest News from Ward 10

Posted on November 29

Ward 10 Open House

Please join me and the Ward 10 team for a Holiday Open House and fundraiser for the Edmonton Food Bank. On behalf of the Edmonton Food Bank, we will be accepting non-perishable food and toiletry donations.

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Posted on November 23

Committee & Regional Roundup (November 21-25)

BEAUMONT ANNEXATION DECISION This week, the NDP Cabinet made a very puzzling decision to approve Beaumont's annexation application, which could conceivably accommodate ~70 - 100 years of new growth for that municipality. With a new Edmonton Metro Region Growth Plan awaiting Cabinet approval, the approval of this annexation in advance of this progressive new vision which asks for higher density in new communities, preservation of agricultural land and more efficient use of infrastructure is ill...

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Posted on November 18

More Transparency & Oversight Is Always Better

It is no secret that the City has seen its fair share of challenges. In particular, much has been said about the lack of oversight and mismanagement of some of our major capital projects, in particular, the big three - the Walterdale Bridge, the Metro Line and the 102 Avenue bridge. As a City, we need to continuously ask ourselves where we can improve, how can we be more efficient, and how can we serve...

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Posted on November 10

A Day to Remember

“We must remember. If we do not, the sacrifice of those one hundred thousand Canadian lives will be meaningless. They died for us, for their homes and families and friends, for a collection of traditions they cherished and a future they believed in; they died for Canada. The meaning of their sacrifice rests with our collective national consciousness; our future is their monument” - Heather Robertson, A Terrible Beauty, The Art of Canada at War....

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Posted on November 02

A Plan for Our Alleys

Potholes, pooling and poor conditions - these are words that I hear on a consistent basis when residents of Ward 10, and other Edmontonians, describe their alleys to me, and I am not surprised. While we have invested hundreds of millions of dollars in repairing and reconstructing our arterial roadways and our neighbourhood streets, our alleys have been left behind.

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