The 2017 municipal election brought significant changes to Ward 5. New communities, new boundaries and a new Councillor meant that the most diverse quadrant of our city would be allowed greater opportunities to respond to the needs of its residents, while also aiming to become a modern 21st century urban space.
As this year’s municipal election draws closer, (October 18th, 2021) I am reaching out to you, the constituents of Ward 5, for your feedback on whether or not I should run again. I’ll be spending the next couple of months engaging in what I hope will be fruitful discussions on how our city and elected officials have moved Ward 5 forward. Are we on the right path or are we repeating the mistakes of the past? I’ve kept a close eye on these developments over the past 3 years, but in order to better understand and to better prioritize your concerns, I am looking to learn from your experiences, expertise and wisdom.
Throughout this website you will find information on who I am, what I want to do as an elected official and how I want to do it. I will draw from my past experiences as a candidate, as an employee in the area and as a potential candidate in 2021. Please do take the time to review my bio, my platform and overall vision for a quadrant of the city that has given me so much. Together, we can keep our city and elected officials accountable by ensuring that today’s developments/redevelopments are sustainable for years and decades to come.