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!
Following a Motion I brought forward in April 2017, the City's Standing Policy Committee on Property and Development, Heritage and Downtown Development directed the Winnipeg Public Service to consult with other municipalities that have implemented regulatory licensing...
The City of Winnipeg operates 10 off-leash dog areas within the City's Parks system (see map below). In recent years, use of off-leash dog areas has significantly increased, and as a result, a need has been identified to increase the number of these areas. In 2012, a...
It was an absolute privilege to attend this event, recently hosted by the Congress of Black Women of Manitoba, and to celebrate the outstanding contributions of these 'Sheroes'! Our community is stronger because of their contributions. BRAVO! My thanks to The...
Before a shovel went in the ground to develop Waverley West, the City of Winnipeg had identified a recreation deficit in the SW quadrant of Winnipeg (SEE Page 19 - General Council of Winnipeg Community Centres Plan 2025). Fast forward 12 years later, and SW Winnipeg...
This is a very brief update on the South Winnipeg Recreation Complex, with a more in-depth one to follow next month. The map highlights locations of community centers across Winnipeg, as well as the square footage of heated recreation space (See *NOTE). November 6,...
On February 28, 2017, Winnipeg's Public Service told the Standing Policy Committee on Infrastructure Renewal & Public Works (IRPW) that there would be financial implications to improving snow removal on sidewalks and pathways. As a result, IRPW requested that the...
I’ve just prepared a comprehensive E-newsletter, highlighting interesting topics and current issues at City Hall, as well as upcoming meetings and events in the South Winnipeg-St. Norbert ward. It's your opportunity to stay informed on what's happening! Read OCTOBER,...
MEDIA RELEASE: The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives MB will release its report "Winnipeg Free for All: Towards Democracy at City Hall" on Wednesday, November 1, 2017. The release will take place at City Hall, in the court yard, at 10 a.m. NOTE FROM COUNCILLOR...
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: