ElectionsEdmonton.ca is a newly-established, non-partisan, collaborative, online platform that aims to inform residents about the impact municipal politics have on their day to day lives. The website is community-focused. It’s a place for community members to vocalize their questions, concerns and ideas. We envision a website where residents, sitting politicians and candidates can interact with each other in a meaningful way to develop the vision for their communities, and to take part in how that vision is implemented. Content (such as blog posts) can be brought forward by any member of the community, contributing to an atmosphere of open dialogue and collaboration. It is important to us, as the city’s population continues to grow and diversify, that Elections Edmonton holds itself accountable by representing multiple perspectives.
I’d like to encourage you and your Membership to take a look at the website, comment on the posts and to submit content. We’re looking for community members across Edmonton to contribute short written pieces (no more than 350 words) that describe how municipal issues affect the daily lives of residents. Content may be submitted to email@example.com.
Please note that to comment on the posts on the site, users must sign in using their Facebook or Twitter account.
Link to the Mojo Photo Booth Photos from our Anniversary Event! Click here.
The third annual Crestwood market will be Oct from 10am-2pm! We will have lots of local retailers, vendors, crafters and artisans – see our Facebook event page event page!
There will be hot drinks for sale, fun kids activities and the first 50 people through the doors will receive a either a $5, $10 or $50 voucher to use at any market vendor or a $5 or $10 gift card to local shops! You can also purchase a copy of the Crestwood Centennial commemorative book and order Crestwood T-shirts.
— September 11, 2017