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  • December Newsletter - Compassion in the Holiday Season

    It is that time of year when we gather-round the kitchen table to spend time with friends and family. We will reflect on good fortune and happy times, as well as look forward to an even better 2017. Sadly, not all of our neighbours will be as fortun...

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  • November Newsletter - Achieving an Accessible City

    Aside from the odd spot of traffic, most of us have a fairly easy time getting around our city while walking, cycling, driving, or taking transit. There are many of us, however, who find our city hard to navigate.  As recently as 2012, 10% of Calgari...

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  • October Newsletter - Ward 7 Transportation Tour

    As a large urban centre in a prosperous country, Calgary continues to mature and develop.  To keep up with the pace of this perpetual growth, it is important for the City of Calgary to make investments in transportation infrastructure like streets an...

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  • September Newsletter - The Importance of Affordable Housing

    With rising household costs, a growing number of families are struggling to afford shelter and other basic needs such as food, medication, and childcare. Household incomes in Calgary have not kept up to housing prices. Over the past decade, prices ha...

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  • August Newsletter - Towards a Biodiverse City

    The dog days of summer are the perfect time to think about critters. While Calgary is home to 1.2 million humans, we rarely think about the countless other species of flora and fauna that far outnumber us.  “Biodiversity” is the term we use to desc...

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  • June Newsletter - Growth Management Next Steps

    In February 2016, The City implemented new levies for development in both new and existing communities, marking a turning point in Calgary’s approach to managing and paying for growth. As I shared in your March newsletter, the development levies are ...

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  • May Newsletter - Appropriate Public Engagement

    In a growing and maturing city, change is constant.  Change, in the form of City-led public projects and private developments, is important to building a resilient city. The inclusion of local wisdom improves these projects to better address the hope...

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  • April Newsletter - Our Economic Circumstance

    The City of Calgary is moving quickly to mitigate the economic downturn with a number of endeavours, both short and long-term. Accelerating the pace of large construction projects can be an effective way to stimulate a struggling economy and increase...

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  • Ward 7 Annual Report 2015

    It's that time of year again!  My latest annual report highlights 2015 accomplishments made with the help of the Ward 7 team (Carol, Paul and Dale), Community Associations, City staff and other community leaders and volunteers. Thank you!Ward 7 is ho...

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  • March Newsletter - Development Levies and the Cost of Growth

    I have long been an advocate for managing the cost of Calgary’s growth. After a decade of debate and billions of dollars added to The City’s debt, City Council unanimously agreed to end the “sprawl subsidy” to ensure that growth pays for itself. I am...

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