Key Priorities

Economic Development

Make sure residents are getting the best value for their dollars by maximizing social and economic outcomes from investments made in our community.

Be a champion for our ward, our city, and our region as we work to diversify our economy in a strong recovery.

Work closely with neighbouring municipalities, Innovate Edmonton, Edmonton Global and other vested stakeholders to promote Edmonton as a place to do business.


Improve access to public transportation so that people can get where they need to go quickly and affordably. Residents need to be able to get to work, medical appointments and other parts of their day while being able to easily reduce their carbon footprint. Safe, efficient public transit is an essential part of a strong, connected community and a growing economy.

Ensure future land development and infill projects are environmentally sustainable, including a provision for adequate greenspace and consideration of the 15-minute neighbourhood approach.

Consult with local residents, stakeholders, and Strathcona County to investigate the viability of a joint project to widen 34 Street north of Whitemud Drive.

Advocate to move forward on improving roadway access east of 17 Street in order for emergency vehicles to be able to better respond to the health and safety needs of our community.

Programs & Services

Publicly fund and deliver City services to maintain public oversight and keep good jobs and money in our local economy.

Improve City contract management so that Edmontonians get better value for their dollars and money stays in our community, rather than just lining the pockets of international shareholders.

Ensure a safe work environment as our City employees return to their jobs and assess the benefits of continued remote and flexible work arrangements.


Be available to residents throughout the year and hold regular opportunities to engage, as well as attend as many community events, meetings, and celebrations as possible.

Be the voice for our diverse community and bring a woman’s perspective to the issues facing our citizens and the solutions to address them.

Establish open lines of communication with community leagues and local groups, business owners, and organizations to build stronger relationships and accomplish shared goals.

Advocate to the other levels of government on common areas of responsibility, such as economic development, affordable housing, mental health, domestic violence, Indigenous reconciliation, the opioid crisis and public transportation.