The London Plan is London’s new land use plan and vision for London 25 years from now. What are two things you like about the London Plan and what are two things that concern you?
What do you see as 2 benefits and 2 challenges of Bus Rapid Transit?
The federal government's new National Housing Plan aims to cut chronic homelessness by 50% in the next ten years. Currently London faces critical challenges in providing safe, adequate, affordable housing. What role do you see the municipal government taking to help achieve the 50% reduction?
Over the past 20 years, Londoners have paid millions of dollars in subsidies to private businesses, mostly in the form of waived development charges to encourage investment and growth. How important have these subsidies been for London?
What are the three most important city services to maintain and grow? Explain why you picked these.
Explain how ranked choice ballots are being used in London and what is your stance on ranked ballots, and why?
What idea that has been implemented in another city would you try to introduce in London, and why?
High quality city services like libraries and recreation programs make for healthy, livable cities. How would you go about deciding between budgets for these programs versus other services such as Police, waste and roads?
It takes a majority of Council to pass anything. You only get one vote. What one issue are you most passionate about and what process would you use to convince the rest of City Council to support this issue?
Harassment: In March of 2018, 70 city employees reported instances of workplace harassment and bullying. How would you address this issue? How would you proceed if you witnessed workplace harassment or bullying in your capacity as city councillor?
Policing: In 2016, city council unanimously passed a motion calling on the London Police Services Board to end the practice of carding or street checks. Do you support this motion? Why or why not?
How does Indigenous development look to you for the City of London?
What ways would you engage Indigenous communities in the City of London activities and strategic planning?
What is one action you will take to protect London’s heritage and have you done anything previously that will convince us you will take action?
London is considering a variety of strategies to deal with our waste - including a waste diversion strategy and a landfill expansion strategy. Will you support an organics diversion program and how will you ensure it is successful?
Pollution of the Thames River is a complex problem that includes raw sewage being dumped during high rainfalls, phosphorus leaching into the river causing algae blooms in Lake Erie and tons of garbage going into the river. What, if anything, will you do to address this complex pollution problem?