Voter’s Guide: Don Woodstock at a glance

Don Woodstock

Citizen’s Agenda Pledges


  • Create an action team
  • End homelessness by 2027
  • Renovate city-owned buildings for shelter and long-term build multi-dwelling housing with wrap-around services in conjunction with provincial and federal government programs

Crime Prevention

  • Direct $400 million annually for five years to the development of community-based youth recreation, after-school and sporting events in inner-city communities and the suburbs
  • Remove/renovate derelict homes quickly
  • Establish direct reporting of meth houses by public to city hall, not 311


  • Electric buses
  • Reduce or eliminate fares within six months
  • Return bus shelters to bus-users
  • Operation ‘safe ride’
  • put plain clothes first-year police on buses
  • Restore shelters to original states

Police Budget

  • Not specifically mentioned in platform


  • 3rd part inspections of road construction
  • Eliminate change orders
  • Build a city rock-crushing station to supply aggregate
  • No expansion of Chief Peguis Trail in next four years
  • Postpone widening of Kenaston Boulevard
  • Establish 3rd-party audits of tendering process
  • All awarded contracts will be announced ASAP with dollar amount
  • All completed projects will be announced ASAP with dollar amount
  • “On time and on budget” will be clauses in contracts with penalties attached
  • Subcontractors will be paid prior to general contractor
  • “Green technology” will be mandatory

Active Transportation

  • Not specifically mentioned in platform

Compiled by: Shauna Turnley

Updated Oct. 16

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