Welcome, and thank you for your interest in the South Winnipeg-St. Norbert Ward and my role as Councillor for the area! The South Winnipeg-St. Norbert Ward has the LARGEST population in the City of Winnipeg with 68,000 residents living in 13 unique residential communities:
- University Heights
- Waverley Heights
- Fort Richmond
- University of Manitoba Campus
- St. Norbert
- Richmond West
- Richmond Lakes
- Fairfield Park
- The Neighbourhoods of Bridgwater
- South Pointe
- Van Hull Estates
- Normand Park
- Pocket of South West St. Vital
I was sworn in as Councillor on November 4, 2014 and look forward to providing you with strong representation within the community and at City Hall during my 4-year term.
During the election, ward residents clearly expressed to me challenges and opportunities within the South Winnipeg–St. Norbert ward. This feedback was invaluable in helping me understand and set Ward Priorities for my term as your Councillor. Please Contact Us to offer any additional comments and insight you may have on these priorities.
Hot Off the Press!
The City of Winnipeg is undertaking a process to develop a Secondary Plan By-law for the area known as Waverley West Neighbourhood 'B'. A Secondary Plan By-law relates to land use and provides policy direction on how land is to be developed (ie: location of roads,...
On December 5, 2017, many residents spoke to Mayor Bowman and his Executive Policy Committee about the need for recreation in South Winnipeg. On multiple times, Mayor Bowman said impact fees could ‘possibly’ go towards funding a recreation center. It's important to...
The City of Winnipeg’s Preliminary 2018 Capital Budget was tabled on November 22, 2017. For comparative purposes: Winnipeg's 2017 Budget identified $12M in funding for new recreational community facilities Winnipeg's 2018 Preliminary Budget identified $5.6M in...
I encourage you to attend one of two open houses on December 13 and December 20 regarding a proposed residential development in our community. PLEASE NOTE: I made a commitment to residents in South Winnipeg-St. Norbert that I would always encourage developers to host...
The City's Preliminary 2018 Budget does not include any significant capital funding for a South Winnipeg Recreation complex for the next 6 years. As a point of reference, the new $20M Field House building at Dakota Community Centre took 2 years to construct and 5+...
TO BE CLEAR: It is the City’s mandate and responsibility to deliver recreational services. This is a MUNICIPAL responsibility, as is sewer, water and police protection. Recreation is NOT the responsibility of the Provincial or Federal Governments. For example, the...
Are You In The South Winnipeg-St. Norbert Ward?
If you live in one of the following communities, you are part of this electoral ward: