[We sent five questions concerning green living, local economy and inclusiveness to all of the Election 2017 mayoral candidates. We are posting their unedited responses in the order that they’re received. – Ed.]
What is the biggest challenge the city faces? What policy solutions would you seek if elected?
Bringing new innovative and women safety into all communities. More on health and wellness. Change the way the City hall does day to day business.
How will you help Edmonton become a greener / more environmentally friendly city?
Food security and year round organic growing for quality of life also, creating more awareness around green solution and how it will eliminate many health problems.
How will you strengthen Edmonton’s local economy and support our city’s independent, locally-owned businesses?
Wavering first time business licenses, keep taxes at a fair playing field to help business to stay here. Creating jobs . Some in fashion and design, engineering year round growing, larger scale of use of land to grow grains for bigger markets and creating a fund that supports that for the future generations.
How will you make this a more inclusive city and support Edmonton’s marginalized communities?
Working with Tourism Edmonton marketing are landscape, we live close to beautiful mountains, South and west. And the parks, WEM, winter landscape and many other ways to make us no. 1 . Quieter voice community such as multicultural, create jobs and create business English as a second language to encourage business development for them.
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