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For Calgary and Ward 10 to have the following: 
  • Increased awareness and accessibility to seniors, youth, family programs. 
     

  • Revitalize aging community spaces like public libraries and the Village Square Leisure Centre.
     

  • Expanding affordable housing developments, along with upgrading existing properties. Re-imagining housing solutions for the unhoused and examining land-use bylaws to curb further urban sprawl.
     

  • Road maintenance throughout the year, especially addressing increased snow removal alongside streets for safer neighbourhood roads. 
     

  • Increased awareness of 211 services for those in need of social assistance and, 311 services for inquiries on city services and the police non-emergency line for non-life threatening incidents. 
     

  • Expand access and funding to social programs and services while offering more services tailored to the BIPOC and multilingual communities.
     

  • Support the findings and recommendations from the White Goose Flying report.
     

  • Safety through revitalization by instituting better lighting, cutting trees back, maintaining and lighting pathways/sidewalks and installing bus shelters at every stop.
     

  • Introduce further supports and better framework for future high-cost extreme weather events.
     

  • Better support for active modes of transportation which are proven to benefit individual fitness and overall health, reduce costs to the public health system, increase retail activity and raise property values, reduce emissions and pollution of the environment, and create a safer, more equitable and accessible community for vulnerable populations.
     

  • Build a sense of community by bringing more opportunities for Arts and Culture into the area.
     

  • Active and continuous community engagement and collaboration with surrounding wards and businesses to implement a business improvement area for the NE.
     

  • Working alongside community groups already leading the way in Community-based approaches on mental health and addiction.
     

  • A redistribution of funds from the Calgary Police Service (Calgary’s largest budget line) into services that foster stronger communities, like investing in more accessible transit, affordable childcare and housing, and education and job training opportunities for young people.