2021 Photos

We were door knocking in the Highlands community and speaking to SO many residents who are concerned with the neighborhood renewal and Narrowing of 'their' community roads that have been successfully shared for years.  Balanced reporting of community events would ensure that the voices of residents are heard.  Their voices should supersede special interest groups.
The neighborhood renewal project by the City of Edmonton will drastically change the historic, iconic and Wide boulevards on Ada Boulevard and 111th Avenue.  We spoke to so many residents (yes residents who live there and pay the property taxes, some for over 25 years) who are dismayed that the City of Edmonton is Not listening and Not compromising. Elected City Council should listen to their communities. Caroline Matthews - a voice for change.
We are season ticket holders for the CFL so it was a great honor to meet Marco Cyncar, a member of four Grey Cup championship teams for Edmonton !
This is one of the 4 coffee boutiques that I owned and sold with an average of 80 employees. We relied on filling this number of covers on a daily basis to sustain the costs. Small businesses need your help more than ever after a year of restricted service.
The Probat coffee roaster in the corner was our signature fresh roasted coffee beans! Yes, I lived the experience of having a business in a pedestrianized city center.
Vote for lived experience for your next city councillor!
In Beacon Heights this weekend. I heard the need for City Hall to listen to our mature communities, priority on core services, safe and maintained neighborhood parks....
Want a councillor who will listen and carry your voice to City Hall ?
Let me hear from you.
Do you want a City Councillor who takes your concerns and needs to City Hall ?
Your Voice for a New Choice !
Enjoying our communities and being able to stop and give a lovely pooch a treat.
Listening to community residents in Kenilworth
Newton, Saturday afternoon. A lot of our neighbours have gorgeous puppies.
Local business open for early spring grooming.
Newton Saturday morning. The thaw may have begun, but icy sidewalks can be treacherous, stay safe out there and keep your feet under you.

 

Communities are made up by the people who live there.  Neighbourhood Libraries contribute to pride and belonging.

 

Back in the Gold Bar Community - delivering my campaign cards and also letting residents know on behalf of Save Gold Bar Park Alliance that there is an important meeting at City Council April 12, 2021 revisiting Waste Water Sewage Plant issue.

 

The importance of supporting local in our communities to retain the uniqueness that they offer - check out Kaze Finest for African specialities and their feature video.  8815 118 Avenue, Edmonton

 

 

 

 

Huge shout out to volunteers who braved the -30 weather to support the Deep Freeze Festival 2021 !

Did the weatherman say that it would be cold out today? I am out working hard for you ! Walking the Walk. This is not just a social media campaign. Connect and let me know if you want to talk about any issues.

I do believe that their eyes are smiling - it's great volunteers who come out to help on brisk cold days! Delivering my campaign cards in Capilano.

The cold weather doesn't prevent us from being out in your community sharing that you have a Candidate who will work hard for you !

This was one of my more serious bike trips - Jasper to Banff.  The small photo, although it doesn't look like it was a hard slow climb.  

Riding through Edmonton's river valley and the fantastic pathways that have been created for our enjoyment is what makes our City special.  Ward Métis has unique, mature neighborhoods and the conversation regarding bike lanes should not become a one size fits all approach when encouraging active transportation.  Community and community voices matter.  

Sharing my Campaign cards in Elmwood Park Community