December 31, 2022 - The New Year is a time to reflect on the past year as we embark on a new chapter in life.
Please celebrate the small victories and moments in 2022. We made it through another year, even through all those days you thought you never would, and because of it, you are stronger and wiser.
I want to thank all Kirkfield Park residents for the honour of representing this great community. In 2023 I am committed to working for you, being a strong voice for all Kirkfield Park residents, and working with you to improve our community. I will communicate openly, make decisions based on facts, put the needs of residents before my political objectives, and fight to strengthen our community and province.
In 2022 we witnessed more division and negativity in our communities. More and more, we hear politicians spending most of their time attacking each other rather than the issues impacting our communities. It is time to work together and put you, the residents, first.
I will not waste your time and money by playing political mud-slinging games. You deserve action and results from your elected officials, not schoolyard behaviors.
I have spent my entire life dealing with bullies, taking on the system, holding people in power accountable, and asking tough questions. I will continue to do that for all residents of Kirkfield Park, whether you voted for me or not.
We face challenges going into 2023. Violent crime in our communities is at a crisis level. All across Canada, provinces are dealing with a fractured healthcare system, and it is becoming more challenging to pay daily bills.
I am encouraged by the actions Premier Heather Stefanson and our PC Team has begun to implement, but we have more work to do. I will work diligently with our Premier and each of my colleagues from every party in the legislature on solutions to address violent crimes, find more answers to improve patient care, and make life more affordable for everyone.
Building a better community and province for everyone won't be easy, but it will be worth it. We all know the nay-sayers will put up a fight and say or do whatever it takes to make you think we can't succeed, but if we work together, anything is possible.
I will fight for your priorities, safer neighbourhoods, value for your tax dollars, and improved patient care. I will work to help our community centers, seniors, and business owners in our community. But, most importantly, I will return your calls and emails.
Heather and I wish you and your loved ones a Happy and Healthy New Year!