October 19, 2018
Q6 Cannabis
As you know Cannabis will be made legal by the federal government on Oct 17, 2018. The province of Ontario will create an online platform at […]
October 19, 2018
Q5 Traffic
Most of our community working residents commute to work and spend a long time on their work commute, which affects their health and add stress to […]
October 19, 2018
Q4 Protecting Oakville
I’m concerned about public safety—every element of my campaign is focused on making the main priority a safer and secure community for our hardworking residents. Oakville […]
October 6, 2018
Q3 Jobs
What are your plans to bring more jobs to Oakville and boost the local economy Having a job is the most important element of being able […]
October 6, 2018
Q2 Infrastructure
If elected, what infrastructure improvements would you champion to keep up with development? Building up Oakville and Halton’s infrastructure will be a critical part of improving […]
October 6, 2018
Q1 Affordable
If elected, how would you make Oakville a more affordable place to live   Oakville families work hard to provide opportunities for their children to get ahead. Our residents deserve an Oakville that reflects our growth, dynamism, and contributions to Ontario.  Developing our infrastructure, attracting jobs and business, and making life more affordable for our growing population base need to priorities for the next municipal government.   But with the high cost of living in Ontario, it’s becoming harder for families in our town and region to get by. For newcomers dreaming of building a life in Oakville, that dream is falling further out of reach.   The most significant part of that dream is owning a home.  With housing costs continuously on the rise, even affordable rental spaces are in ever-shorter supply.   One of the main reasons for this stems from the charges that are baked into the costs of new construction projects—development charges.   […]