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

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Voting the Right Way Day-in and Day-out

Your Voice

Peter’s monthly Counciltalk public engagement sessions have been copied over and over. He has always made it a priority to be at community association meetings in the ward. If he isn’t, there is certainly a representative of his in attendance. Peter sets the standard for how an elected official should keep the lines of communication open with Calgarians. He is your voice on City Council, and he takes that very seriously. Here are just a few of the ways that Peter Demong makes sure your voice is heard:

  1. Peter Keeps in Touch with You

    Counciltalk and the Ward 14 BBQ are great tools for keeping in touch with the people in Ward 14, but sometimes that is just not enough. That is why Peter Demong takes every opportunity to survey the constituents he represents. In seven years Peter has door knocked the entire ward (nearly 25,000 households) twice, surveyed the entire ward twice, and conducted phone surveys on topics ranging from the airport tunnel, to secondary suites, to 40 km/hr speed limits.

  2. Peter and Other Colleagues Proposed Public Display for Canada's Soldiers

    Canada’s soldiers clearly deserve public display of support and gratitude for their sacrifices. Peter, along with some of his Council colleagues, proposed a well-earned public display of appreciation for Canada’s serving soldiers.