Building a Safe, Equitable & Inclusive City for Everyone

As we emerge from the pandemic, we must prioritize an equitable recovery for all through our next operating and capital budgets, and execution of the City Plan.

  • We need to fast-track affordable housing, accessible and affordable transit, and affordable childcare for all.
  • We need to take action on the root causes of homelessness in our City - including support for innovative approaches to any substance use and mental health challenges.
  • We must address the overdose epidemic through access to innovative harm reduction and treatment services. (read more)
  • Alternatives to police intervention, criminalization, and incarceration are more important than ever - especially for disconnected and socially isolated young people.
  • We must enact anti-racist and anti-discrimination policies supporting all equity groups, including the Black and Indigenous communities, People of Colour and LGBTQ2S+, and others facing injustice.
  • Take meaningful action on the recommendations from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.
  • Strengthen community connections by supporting Community Leagues, non-profits, local dog parks, supporting playgrounds, and neighbour-powered local democratic and community-led initiatives to improve our city.
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Address: 1 Sir Winston Churchill Sq, 2nd Floor, Edmonton, AB T5J 2R7