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HERITAGE PRESERVATION

Edmonton is an unfolding story, or stage play. Its cast of characters numbered 148 people in 1878 and nearly 400,000 in 1967. Today, the cast is nearly one million. Edmonton’s historic set pieces are still visible in some neighbourhoods and in their remaining heritage homes and buildings, mostly in this ward. Edmonton’s reputation for preserving

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‘RUNNING’ SHOES

So why the rainbow Converse All Stars as my symbolic running (for city council) shoes? My campaign slogan is this: Core Values. Some of the values I strive to live by include neighbourliness, fairness, kindness and service. Yet I’ve heard these last four years of the harassment and discrimination faced by Edmontonians of different race,

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A COUNCIL OF INDEPENDENTS

The uninitiated are sometimes surprised to learn that the mayor is not the boss of city councillors. I suspect many would also be surprised to learn that I’m less likely to vote with the mayor as other city councillors. Edmonton Journal columnist David Staples column quoted an analysis of city council voting patters in his column: “On

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