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December 2022 Newsletter

💲 Budget review: City council passed a budget with investments to improve the lives of Calgarians right away.

🥫 Food drive launch: The Mayor’s Annual Food Drive is on and the councillors are taking part in the challenge!

❄️ It’s cold out there: And it’s only getting colder so we have some advice from our friends at The City to get you through winter.

🗳️ Election Feedback: The City wants to hear specifically from immigrant voters.

November 2022 Newsletter

💲 Budget: City council will finalize the four-year budget at the end of November. Make your voice heard with a public submission!

🥫 Food Drive: The Ward 5 office is part of a challenge to raise food and money for the Calgary Food Bank. Let’s show the city we have the most generous residents in Calgary.

⚽ World Cup: I’m hosting a World Cup viewing party at the Genesis Centre. Join me in cheering on Team Canada as they take on Croatia.

🎨 Northeast Art Initiative: Meet the artist and offer feedback on a sculpture that will eventually make its home at the Genesis Centre. This is part of an initiative to address the lack of public art in Ward 5.

Read my October newsletter!

Exactly one year ago, you elected me to be your City Councillor. I cannot thank you enough. I’m proud of the work I’ve done both in the ward and with my colleagues on City Council.

Read my September Newsletter!

Now that it’s September, the kids are back in school and city council is back in the office. Read my latest newsletter to learn how we spent the last bit of summer.

Read my August Newsletter!

My team and I have been hard at work, co-operating with various departments at the city to bring a number of improvements to Ward 5. You can read all about it in my latest newsletter!

Voting YES for our future

By now you might have heard city council passed a climate strategy for Calgary, with the vision to reach net zero emissions by 2050. I proudly voted in favour of the strategy because I believe Calgary should be a leader in the fight against climate change. We can’t be sitting on the sidelines. We must be part of the game!

Cleaning up our community

We heard very loudly that one of the big things to focus on in Ward 5 is keeping our neighbourhoods clean. The problem is particularly bad in our alleys, where residents regularly dump trash. In response, we worked with the City to create the Adopt An Alley project.

Fresh for the summer

It has been an incredible eight months as your city councillor in Ward 5. We’ve had no shortage of things to improve and issues to advocate for and we’re making things happen because you have taken the time to reach out to me and my staff to let us know what you need and being a part of building better communities.


The best way for me to do my job in serving you is to have open lines of communication. Your ideas and feedback are important to me!