Your Money

Showing TRUE Fiscal Restraint

Your Community

Looking Out For Our Little Corner of Calgary

Your Voice

Listening to the People in Ward 14

Voting Record

Voting the Right Way Day-in and Day-out

How Peter Voted for You

Fiscally sensible, common-sense governance is not about flash. It is about doing your research, showing up on time, and voting the right way day-in and day-out. In the end, Peter’s record speaks for itself. Here are just a few of the examples of how Peter was THERE FOR YOU when it mattered most:

  1. Olympics

    Before a potential Olympic bid was in the news, and before other anti-Olympic Councillors were even elected, Peter was listening to his constituents and voting accordingly—to stop the spending on a risky Olympic dream.

  2. Budgets

    Every year the City sets a budget, which determines your taxes. Peter has consistently voted against increasing budget asks, and the corresponding increase to YOUR taxes.

  3. Secondary Suites

    Peter believes in protecting the integrity of communities. He has consistently voted against the blanket secondary suite rezoning of single-family communities.

  4. Provincial Tax Room

    Whenever the Province has opted not to take a portion of its share of property taxes Peter has voted to return that money to taxpayers. He voted against the City always keeping unused provincial tax, He voted to give $42 million in 2011 back to taxpayers. He voted to give $52 million back to taxpayers in 2013, and he rallied thousands of Calgarians to let their voices be heard through his impassioned defense of the ‘Give it Back” option.

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