An election campaign teaches you a lot of things. But it also provides something deeper. As “Team T” visited more than 5,000 homes this summer and fall, the complexity of life was on full display.
As a strong believer in the value of research, I welcome your questions! Here are my answers to a few that have popped up recently.
We need vibrant new developments. We need towers. We also need to remember that it is the people, not the buildings, that make a city.
Tonight, Waterloo City Council faces a big decision: whether to approve a development that could substantially change the face and feel of King Street.
Running a campaign takes a whole lot of effort and more than a few loonies. To raise money for my campaign, I've brought one of my most popular Townee Tees designs out of retirement!
For the health of our community, we need to make it easier and more attractive for people to leave their cars at home.
I was recently asked if I was in favour of ranked ballots. I am. Ranked ballots give every vote more nuance.
Of all the surprise hits of the last year, zoning bylaws have become an unexpectedly hot topic.