COVID-19 has taught us that now more than ever we must invest boldly in our collective well-being that makes Edmonton a great place to live for all ages, wages, and stages: in transit, libraries, parks and recreation, and support for seniors and families.
- Strengthen public services and resist attempts at cutting services or privatization
- Strengthen community engagement in the planning and development process to achieve better infill for better communities
- Ensure City Plan is implemented with an equity lens and we pace change appropriately to make the plan a reality for all Edmontonians. For example, we can build 15-minute communities while at the same time ensuring that new developments respect the local context, prioritize meaningful and proactive engagement to address the concerns of the surrounding community.
- Ensure Edmonton is an animated advocate to orders of government on issues that increase our economic productivity such as education, post-secondary, and health care that are vital components of a vibrant and healthy city.