Community Newsletter

01 Oct October 2018 Community Newsletter

The rejection of the Trans Mountain pipeline was a nasty surprise for many because it came on the heels of what was supposed to be a thorough process by a world-class regulator. I’m angry because this project is urgently needed. It would create badly-needed, high-quality...

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26 Sep Fall 2018 Newsletter

  Click here to read my Fall 2018 newsletter which contains information on my Small Business Forum, an article on cSPACE King Edward, my thoughts on the Trans Mountain Pipeline, and a constituent profile on Hanna Clark. If there is something you would be interested in...

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01 Sep September 2018 Community Newsletter

September is an exciting time for kids (and certainly for parents too!). New schools and new friends, all supported by tremendous teachers and staff. As kids head back to school, please drive carefully and remember playground zone speeds of 30 km/h are in effect daily,...

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01 Jul July 2018 Community Newsletter

Pipeline Update As I write this the federal government has just announced that it will purchase the existing Kinder Morgan pipeline and the expansion project. If this means the pipeline actually gets built, it’s good for not only Alberta, but for the rest of Canada too. But...

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01 Jun June 2018 Community Newsletter

As we mark the fifth anniversary of one of the costliest natural disasters in the history of not only our province, but our country, I wanted to talk about the status of flood mitigation. Floods have had a huge impact on Calgary-Elbow, but that impact...

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29 Mar Spring 2018 Newsletter

Click here to read my spring 2018 newsletter which contains information on my Budget Open House, the Iniskim Centre at Mount Royal University, Elboya Heights-Britannia Community Association, and a flood update. If there is something you would be interested in seeing in future newsletters don’t...

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01 Mar March 2018 Community Newsletter

Child Intervention Panel  On January 24th, after a year of meeting with indigenous communities, parents, front-line workers, agencies, foster parents and government officials, the all-party Ministerial Panel on Child Intervention agreed to 26 recommendations to help improve the lives of children in care, and hopefully prevent...

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