Every Neighbourhood Is A Safe Neighbourhood

Safety and security are so important for all of our residents, and I believe every neighbourhood in Saskatoon should be a safe neighbourhood.

In 2020, safety has taken on a new meaning as we work to keep each other safe from COVID-19. We are also addressing serious safety challenges on our streets driven by trauma, poverty, addictions and mental health crises. Cities across the country are facing these same challenges.

We are in a crucial moment where the collaborative approach I have taken is bringing agencies, government, Indigenous organizations, and business together to deliver outcomes.

And we are seeing the results. 

I believe building community safety and well-being requires three steps be taken at the same time – this has been a focus of my work so far, and there is more work to do.

I am committed to reducing homicides, getting more people off the streets and into housing, and more youth finishing school and getting jobs instead of turning to gangs, and fixing unsafe properties.

These are my three goals for the next four years:

  1. Strengthen police - community partnerships
  2. Address the root causes of crime
  3. Make every neighbourhood safe

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Phone: 306-955-2100
Campaign office: Suite 155-123 2nd Ave S, Saskatoon, SK, S7K 7E6