Caution | Outdoor water restrictions in effect

Stage 3 outdoor water restrictions are in effect. Learn more about how City services are impacted and what you can do during this stage.

Learn more

Ward 10 - Andre Chabot

February 2024 Newsletter

Bonjour à tous!

It was with great pleasure this past weekend to represent and promote Calgary in Quebec City as part of the Calgary Quebec Exchange. 


Join us for our second Town Hall hall of the year at the Temple Community Association! 

Check out the Ward 10 website to see when the Town Hall is scheduled for your community.

Quick Link


On January 30, Council voted to repeal the Single-Use Items Bylaw.

Thank you to everyone who wrote to the Ward 10 Office about your concerns or support for this bylaw. Based on the feedback received from our communities, Councillor Chabot voted in favour of the repeal. 

Councillor Chabot argued against the proposed bylaw when it went to the Committee, despite not being on that Committee, and voted against it. When it came to Council, Councillor Chabot proceeded to debate against the proposed bylaw for a number of reasons: its rationale, the enforcement, and the penalization. He has raised the question of accountability and measurement of outcomes to determine its effectiveness. 

The regulations of this bylaw will remain in effect until a Public Hearing Meeting is convened in the coming months. During the meeting, the public will have an opportunity to speak and provide input that will allow Council to explore alternative strategies for minimizing waste that Calgarians would be in support of. 

Visit for information on how to voice your opinion on the matter. 


Visit to learn about the proposed zoning changes in the City of Calgary. 

Information and engagement sessions will be held in-person and online:


February 6, 5-8PM at the Coast Plaza Hotel, 1316 33 St NE

 (Opportunities outside of Ward 10 available)


February 8, 7-8:30PM

February 12, 11:30AM-1PM


Submit your comments online until February 23

The Public Hearing date is set for April 22, 2024 - when Administration will present a recommended approach to citywide rezoning to Council. No zoning will change without Council approval.

The public may attend the public hearing in person or submit written input. Learn more about participating in public hearings at


The Green Line Business Support Program is taking proactive steps to support local businesses impacted by construction. It's not uncommon for significant infrastructure projects to have impacts on businesses in the surrounding area, and it's reassuring to know that the Green Line team is committed to helping business owners navigate these challenges.

Over the course of 2023, our Business Support team connected with businesses along the alignment over 1,573 times to help them through current and future construction. This level of engagement and support is essential for ensuring that businesses can continue to operate and thrive during construction.

The Green Line team also works closely with project engineers and construction contractors to be responsive and provide solutions when needed. By taking a collaborative approach, the team can address issues quickly and effectively, minimizing the impact on businesses and the surrounding community.

The Green Line Business Support Program is committed to helping local businesses navigate construction impacts and ensuring that the project is completed successfully while minimizing disruption.

If you’re a business located along the future Green Line, register with This allows the City to communicate with you about construction impacts, and helps them plan ways to reduce those impacts.


There are nearly 60,000 storm drains across Calgary! We're asking Calgarians to help the water flow down the storm drain near their properties and to let us know if there are trouble areas so that our crews can respond. 

 Visit for interesting facts about storm drains (catch basins) and even an interactive map on their locations.

Categories: Newsletters