Latest News from Ward 10

Posted on July 06

Proactive on Century Park, LRT, and Park and Ride

Over the last two and a half years, I, along with this Council, have dealt with the topic of Park & Ride at Century Park on a number of occasions. Over the course of these discussions, many key pieces have been put in place, or have been identified, to answer the following question: given that the park and ride lease has always been temporary, as a City, what proactive measures are we taking, and what...

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Posted on July 03

Emerald Tower & Preview of Week to come

As many of you are aware, Council passed the development of the Jasper Ave Emerald Tower on week. I voted in favour of the development, but it was a difficult decision. I firstly voted for the project to be referred back a few months to attempt to increase the amount of affordable housing included in the project, where there is currently only 5% included. Ultimately however these types of ambitious projects are what we need...

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Posted on July 01

Happy Canada Day

Happy Canada Day! I always appreciate the opportunity to reflect on the gift that living in Canada is, and this year is no different. One of my favourite parts of the day is the fraternity amongst all people, everyone is a friend on Canada Day, whether you’ve known them for 25 years or just met them while watching the fireworks.

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Posted on June 27

Preserving Trees in our Mature Neighbourhoods

Today, City Council passed amendments to Bylaw 12800 to implement minimum tree planting requirements for low-density development city-wide and incentivize maintaining mature trees.

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Posted on June 24

Weekly Update June 20-24

The Eskimos are starting their title defense this Saturday against Ottawa, so if you’re looking for me, I’ll be at the game. Go Esks Go!! In other news, I stopped by Square One the other day, it’s an excellent new Ward 10 coffee shop. Local coffee shops like Square One help create attractive and vibrant communities in which we can all enjoy. A lot happened at City Hall this week, I’ll delve into the some...

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