The Journey to Councillor District 10


Voting Has Begun

The voting has begun! Online and telephone voting is underway until October 14th. If you prefer to vote in person the advance polls are open

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Meet the Candidate

With election day just 3 weeks away and online voting starting in 10 days–the heat is on! I’ve been canvassing, answering questionnaires, doing interviews and

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Hard Working Sign Crew

My hard-working sign crew will be out again in District 10 this weekend. Unfortunately they’ll be working in reverse this time. The HRM elections office

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Protecting Wilderness Areas

I’ve worked in conservation and I support protecting near-urban wilderness areas like Blue Mountain-Birch Cove Lakes in HRM. Conservation has huge benefits: space for outdoor

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Rockingham United Church

I’d been noticing all the roof work going on at Rockingham United Church over the summer. Yesterday I was excited to see the first solar

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Clayton Park Shelter

I came across an unusual-looking shelter the other day while taking a short cut in Clayton Park. When I looked under the tarp, I saw

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New Signs Going Up

My new signs are bigger, bolder and they have my mugshot on them! The first one was installed yesterday in Clayton Park near Lacewood and

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Rockingham-Library - Don Kane

Rockingham Library

I’m meeting some great people in District 10 who really care about their community. One of my supporters is local author, history buff, bon vivant

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Keshen Goodman Library Reno

While talking to residents yesterday, I met one of our wonderful Halifax librarians. She usually works downtown but also fills in at Keshen Goodman Library

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Canvassing in Rockingham

While canvassing in Rockingham yesterday I spoke to a crossing guard about the hazards of her job. She told me about the verbal abuse she

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Clear Cutting Older Forest

I was speaking to District 10 residents surrounding MSVU yesterday. They are still very disappointed the older forest surrounding their homes was clearcut right up

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