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  • October 2018 Newsletter

    Greetings Ward 14! When you are searching for a way to begin one of these columns you usually look for something emblematic of the month you are writing about. You search for something universal. You look for something everyone can relate too. Stay...

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  • September 2018 Newsletter

    Hi Ward 14! Budget time is coming. For a City Councillor this is the most important time of their four-year term in office. It is game time, and we need to have our game faces on. Especially with unprecedentedly large issues like the Green Line, the...

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  • August 2018 Newsletter

    Greetings Ward 14! August is the one month of the year where Council does not meet, but I can tell you I will be keeping busy travelling all over Alberta for AUMA and Enmax board meetings. At the moment Council is grappling with more big ticket item...

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  • The 9 p.m. Routine

    Over the summer months, the number of break and enters in Calgary increases by 20 percent. More than 44 percent of break and enters are preventable by simply locking a door, shutting a window or removing a garage door opener from a vehicle parked out...

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  • July 2018 Newsletter

    Howdy! My Ward 14 Communities BBQ has been around for seven years (almost as many as the number of my columns that begin with the word “Howdy”), and I have some important news. For those who are unfamiliar, my BBQ is about drawing attention to th...

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  • June 2018 Newsletter

    Hi Ward 14! I think most Calgarians are itching to spend some time outside when June rolls around. Everyone is looking to have some fun. Fun Summer Activities I don’t usually go into much detail about recreational programs. In my print...

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  • My position on Calgary's Olympic Bid

    The City of Calgary is currently grappling with the prospect of bidding for the 2026 Winter Olympic Games. City Council created the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games Assessment Committee to advise itself on that topic. I was voted Vice-Chair of thi...

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  • Provincial Police Act Overhaul

    First brought to Council: May 28, 2018 Outcome: Carried Unanimously Provincial legislation can sometimes remain without revision for decades. Times change, and occasionally the need for an update becomes apparent. Community expectations, and industr...

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  • May 2018 Newsletter

    Hello everyone! Lois Walsh has served in different roles with the Councillors’ Office for 22 years, and she has served as my Executive Assistant since I began as Councillor. There is no doubt she has made a positive mark on Calgary and Ward 14. Than...

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  • Ensuring Transparency

    First brought to Council: April 5, 2018 Outcome: Carried Unanimously City Council is a democratically elected body and it should be accountable to the citizens of Calgary. It is governed by the Municipal Government Act which sets out that Council an...

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