Please note, Dan's complete platform will be released in the coming months as he is currently touring Ward Ipiihkoohkanipiaohtsi to collect data and feedback from residents and local business owners. You can tell Dan what matters to you the most by clicking on the button below.
Let Dan Know
Listening to You
I believe in a grassroots approach to governing and will ensure that everyone has a say and will be heard, this is very important to me. I work for you, period. For years, I have been listening to the needs of others and finding a way to address their concerns. No problem is too big or too small to be worthy of my attention.
As a taxpayer myself, I believe in keeping taxes manageable for families and businesses of all incomes; raising taxes should be a last resort instead of a common occurrence. I believe in fiscal responsibility and maximizing taxpayers' dollars through accountability and transparency. Additionally, I believe that more of our tax dollars should be invested right back into our immediate communities to create strong and vibrant neighbourhoods.
A City that Works
I believe in having proper infrastructure so that our city runs efficiently and is accessible to everyone. This includes having a well-functioning and effective public transit system, roadways with less wear and tear, green spaces that are properly maintained, and sidewalks that are safe to walk on. Basic infrastructure might seem boring to some, but for me, it's a priority as I believe that a city cannot work for everyone unless we continually invest in the small details.
Accommodation for All
As the fastest-growing ward in our city, I believe in spearheading affordable housing projects for low-income families and seniors. I believe in the dignity and accommodation our beloved seniors deserve; they pave the way for us and we owe them a debt of gratitude. Furthermore, I also believe that alleviating poverty and ending homelessness once and for all is within reach with the right leadership.
A Welcoming City
I believe in fighting hate and oppression by reinforcing that Edmonton is a diverse, safe, and welcoming home for all. As a First Nations child growing up in the early 90s, I have my own personal experiences facing prejudice and discrimination, and believe there is no longer room for hate in our city. Everyone has the right to be who they are without fear or persecution.