Please check back for more specific details about the planks in Mimi's platform as we get closer to election day. In the meantime, know that her priorities include:


  • keeping public services public, affordable and accessible
  • putting a greater focus on pedestrian and cyclist safety in transportation and transit planning
  • using bylaw and zoning mechanisms to deal with derelict properties
  • using tools like inclusionary zoning to increase the stock of affordable housing throughout the city
  • encouraging responsible infill development that promotes multi-generational communities and the ability for seniors to stay in their communities if and when they decide to sell their single family home
  • recognizing that our economy is changing and the way that we look at licensing for small businesses and residential zoning is going to need to change along with it
  • inclusive hiring practices at City Hall and a concerted effort to promote diversity among the appointments to the city's agencies, boards and commissions
  • truly valuing citizen engagement and looking for new ways to get Edmontonians involved in making decisions about their future
  • working with the other municipalities in the region to ensure that citizens get the best services at the best value for money possible
  • trying to preserve whatever farmland we have left and affording Edmonton's historical resources the respect they deserve
  • protect the environmental integrity of the river valley and public access to it
  • pursue development of the Rossdale water treatment plant in a way that honours our city's First Nations Indigenous & Metis history and serves as a lasting monument that we all live on Treaty 6 territory