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  • commented 2017-10-15 17:04:17 -0600
    Just the fact you are Dave Tipper’s daughter is reason enough to vote for you. You come from a fine upstanding family. You definitely have my vote.
  • commented 2017-10-12 18:53:15 -0600
    Hi Shelley

    I am emailing you as I am looking for who I’m going to vote for as the election is here . I just have a question that is dear to my heart. I have read the recent CBC article about bullying bully breeds and I would hope the person I vote for wouldn’t vote for such an awful legislation


    1. What are your thoughts on BSL? (Breed Specific Legislation) as you know anything mixed with a pitbull is the target of societies hatred. Are you for BSL? Would you look into more restrictions on the breeds as Edmonton is? Would you be into looking at regulations for the owners rather than the dogs?


    2. Stray cats. What are you going to do about it? Why is it that we have rules and license and a max amount of dogs we can have yet you can own as many cats as you want, and allow them to roam, destroying flower gardens, and causing emotional stress if someone’s dogs get them.
  • commented 2017-10-10 12:35:44 -0600
    Hello,


    I am researching who I would like to vote for in ward 2 and have a question about your stance on the infilling going on in the area.


    Specifically Inglewood (my neighbourhood) I am a fan of the concept of infilling so that we can get the density up in a lot of these areas, but most of the homes going up seem to range from 500,000 up to easily 900,000.


    These are not affordable solutions for most and will continue to send young families out to the burbs. It seems as though the only people really benefiting right now are the developers who are making huge amounts of money on these projects.


    Are you happy with the way infilling in our neighbourhoods has been going? Do you have any plans to try and make some changes?


    Thank you,


    Sinead Errity
  • commented 2017-10-07 11:47:09 -0600
    I am following up regarding our invitation for candidate Tupper to attend our

    Greater Edmonton Alliance Candidates Assembly this Wednesday.


    Time: 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, October 11, 2017

    Place: St. Clare Catholic Parish, 6310 – 118 Avenue


    We would love to have Shelley attend as we have already confirmed

    candidate Ali Haymour and hope to confirm candidate Bev Esslinger later today.


    Please call me at the number below to discuss any questions you have about our event and/or organization.


    Best,

    Philip Penrod

    587-985-4258
  • commented 2017-10-03 12:33:09 -0600
    what are you going to do to get Beaumaris Lake fixed, it is a mess? ward 2 extends north of 137 ave. ALSO.
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  • commented 2017-09-24 12:19:28 -0600
    On Sept 20 I sent almost all Candidates for the position of Councillor a fairly lengthy e-mail about a problem I perceive with the EPark parking system together with pictures of one location in Edmonton where this is illustrated, but so far have been unable to send this to you as you did not provide an e-mail address to the Elections Office. Please send me your e-mail address so I can provide you the same information. I am sending out additional information today (Sunday Sept 24). Thank You
  • commented 2017-09-24 11:29:07 -0600
    As you are running for city council, the Edmonton River Valley Conservation Coalition would appreciate hearing your thoughts on river valley stewardship. Your responses will be shared publicly.


    Most Edmontonians consider the North Saskatchewan river valley our city’s greatest asset. This asset is the result of decades of careful stewardship that prioritized conservation and recognized appropriate recreation as arising from an understanding and appreciation of nature; hence our river valley’s simple footbridges, walking and biking trails, the John Janzen Nature Centre, and the Whitemud Nature Reserve. Supporting this approach is Bylaw 7188 (the River Valley bylaw), which notes its purpose is “to ensure preservation of the natural character and environment of the North Saskatchewan River Valley and its Ravine System.”


    Over the past few years, however, regardless of our legacy and the bylaw – and despite our growing knowledge of habitat loss and climate change, as well as the importance of biodiversity and the positive impact of nature on human health – there has been a spike in the number of development projects underway or planned for the river valley. These projects, moreover, focus on simple access rather than conservation, and diminish the river valley’s natural character; see, for example, the Valley Line LRT, the funicular, the multiple boat docks and launches, the climbing gym in the Whitemud Nature Reserve, and the removal of river valley parkland for the 80-storey Alldritt Tower. At the same time, there is concern about neglect of existing infrastructure, and one rarely hears now about public education for understanding and appreciation of the natural river valley. These issues have ignited debate over appropriate development for the river valley, and reveal the need for a wider discussion on allocation of resources between infrastructure, maintenance, preservation, and public education. The Edmonton River Valley Conservation Coalition formed to shed light on this need and to help guide our city toward effective stewardship of this gift.


    Edmonton needs its city councillors to recognize the deep value of our natural river valley. It is indeed our city’s greatest asset. Edmontonians benefit from understanding and appreciating nature, and our quality of life is greatly enhanced by the ability to spend time in tranquil wilderness in the heart of our city. Edmonton needs its city councillors to commit to preserving the natural character of the North Saskatchewan river valley, to initiating further conservation and restoration of the river valley, and to supporting public education and awareness focused on ecology and appreciation of nature in the river valley.


    Please answer the following questions.


    1. What do you like about the river valley?


    2. What do you not like about the river valley?


    3. What else would you like to see in the river valley?


    4. What would you never want to see in the river valley?


    5. What is your vision for Edmonton’s river valley, and what values does that vision reflect?


  • commented 2017-09-19 14:45:57 -0600
    I am undecided in the Ward 2 election so far. I would like to know Shelley’s position on 3 issues which are key to Edmontonians:

    1) City of Edmonton municipal taxes

    2) Photo radar

    3) City of Edmonton administration and management of major projects
  • commented 2017-09-13 14:08:00 -0600
    Dear Candidate,


    At over 1.3 million citizens and growing, Edmonton’s capital region, the 5th largest in Canada, is one of the fastest growing regions in Canada. Unique to this region is one of Canada’s youngest populations where issues of diversity and difference are at the forefront of social policies, programs, and community initiatives.


    Of its 1.3 million citizens, it is estimated that about 10% – or about 130,000 –identify as sexual and gender minority community members. While 1 in 10 may be LGBTQ, 6 in 10 people have family members, colleagues and friends who are sexual or gender minorities. This represents 780,000 potential LGBTQ allies in the Edmonton region.


    The Capital Club believes that diversity enhances economic success and is a vital part of the social fabric of vibrant, resilient, and healthy communities.


    The Capital Club is Edmonton’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, and Queer (LGBTQ) Professionals’ Association. We invite candidates to participate in our third election survey to help us understand your knowledge and awareness of the Capital Region’s diverse sexual and gender minority communities and issues.


    We invite you to respond to the following 2017 municipal election survey questions:

    1. What have you done in the past to support sexual and gender minorities within your community?


    2. Tell us about a significant issue impacting your local LGBTQ community. How will you work to address this issue?


    3. Do you support the creation of a municipal community building LGBTQ advisory committee to advise City Council on emerging priorities, policies, and LGBTQ community needs and concerns?


    4. In an increasingly polarized political climate, what policies will you put forward to contain and reduce hate crimes and hate incidents in general and specifically for LGBTQ community members?


    Your responses will be shared verbatim (unedited) and will be made public to help inform voters.


    While The Capital Club does not endorse any single candidate, we are committed to ensuring that sexual and gender minority issues are an integral part of municipal election and school board trustee debates.


    The Capital Club reserves the right not to publish any defamatory or offensive statements submitted by candidates.


    Thank you for taking the time to participate in our survey.


    The Capital Club

    EdmontonCapitalClub@gmail.com
  • commented 2017-09-07 11:07:28 -0600
    Information from the prince Rupert area. If you want to win this time. You need the truth on how the Councillor for ward 2. Left these people in harms way and she did absolutely nothing. It went on for 3 months. She was contacted by our community safe person and she told her to handle the problem. If you want the truth and story you need to Contact Carla Frost soon. Thank God she helped all of us and the police who were involved almost everyday. Thank you Carla Frost your a real leader and champion.
  • commented 2017-09-07 11:05:13 -0600
    Information from the prince Rupert area. If you want to win this time. You need the truth on how the Councillor for ward 2. Left these people in harms way and she did absolutely nothing. It went on for 3 months. She was contacted by our community safe person and she told her to handle the problem. If you want the truth and story you need to Contact Carla Frost soon. Thank God she helped all of us and the police who were involved almost everyday. Thank you Carla Frost your a real leader and champion.
  • commented 2017-08-29 08:28:58 -0600
    The Canadian Home Builders Association – Edmonton Region (CHBA-ER) is a not-for-profit organization representing 525 member companies in the region. For nearly 65 years, CHBA-ER has taken a principled, long-term approach to building sustainable, healthy communities.

    Working with the City on housing issues that affect Edmontonians —issues like affordability and choice – CHBA-ER takes pride in having a close working relationship with the highly qualified and professional team at the City of Edmonton.

    Edmonton has a significant competitive advantage over other major cities in Canada. We have affordable housing here, and work within a balanced and competitive market. However, this didn’t happen by accident, but is the product of a close working relationship between local government and industry.

    Working closely with City planners and inspectors on a variety of initiatives each year, CHBA-ER looks forward to contributing expertise and experience into the future – and to working with the City to continue to build a great community.

    If you have any questions about CHBA-ER, the initiatives we are working on, or the home building and renovation industry in general, please contact us at your convenience and visit our website at www.chbaedmonton.ca .

    Dennis Peck, Government Relations Manager

    Canadian Home Builders’ Association – Edmonton Region

    Direct: 780.395.2982

    Main: 780.425.1020

    Email: dpeck@chbaedmonton.ca

    Thank you


    Brad Golightly

    (Vice President, Christenson Group of Companies)

    Chair, CHBA-ER Government Relations Committee
  • commented 2017-06-12 19:17:45 -0600
    THEBOTTOM WILL BE LEADING THE TOP” AS ALL IS DYSFUNCTIONAL AND PEOPLE ARE POWERLESS WITH COUNCILLORS WORKING FOR MAYOR ONLY.

    THESE ARE ALL UNEMPLOYABLE PEOPLE ON WELFARE (PISSING ALL DAY)

    WE NEED FOOD SUPPLY AS 50% OF HOUSING GOES BACK TO THE BANK.

    IF WE SEND YOU MONEY, WE ALLOW YOU TO TRIPLE OUR TAXES FOR YOUR WELFARE PROGRAM.

    YOU COUNT OTHER PEOPLES MONEY—WE HAD SMITH,MANDEL AND IVESON DOING THAT FOR 22 YEARS__IT IS A DISASTER SITE.

    CRASH WILL LET US TOPPLE YOU,AND WE NEEDBRAINS AND DIRTY HANDS” IN CITY COUNCIL BUT NOT MONEY COUNTERS__WE WERE NOT HEARD.

    THE CIRCLE OF 13 IS GROWINGMOULD ON NORTH SIDENO BRAINS,NO RESASONING,PROJECTS NOT DONE.

    UNIONS TOOK 16 % RAISES FOR 4 YEARS, WHEN GDP IS .6% REALLY
    WHO IS KEEPING THIS MAFIA ALIVE????

    ALL COLLAPSES SOCIALISM,CAPITALISM AND CITY HALL_WASTELAND/BRAINLESS IDIOTS!

    WE NEED ALL BRAINS AND NO IDIOTS FOR COLLAPSE OF ALL HERE __SNOW WILL NOT BE DONE=+TOOK TOOOOOOO MUCH FARM LAND.

    OVERBUILT X 3 5 YEARS-ALL NEED TO GO TO THE COUNTRY FOR FOOD AND HOME TO GRANDMAS BASEMENT __HAND UP TO GET OUT OF AB.

    CRASH STRATED NOW!
  • commented 2017-06-04 20:11:50 -0600
    hi there. testing the website.
  • commented 2017-05-30 23:16:08 -0600
    Joanne,


    Yes, Shelley is having a Fundraiser on June 15 at Kensington Community League Hall 12130 134 A Ave, Edmonton, AB


    Tickets are $20 a person.


    The doors open at 5:00 pm and dinner at 6:00 pm.


    Beef on a bun and summer salads.


    There will be a silent auction and a scratch ticket draw.


    I will put up a formal announcement soon. / Eric (Communications)
  • commented 2017-05-30 13:37:12 -0600
    Shelley mentioned that there is a fundraiser on June 15th. Could I have the details so I make sure I don’t miss this? Thanks.
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