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A spokesman for his constituency office said he would not be commenting Thursday, although Sandhu did take to Facebook and Twitter to issue a statement. Calvin Goulet-Jones said growthrelated issues will continue to arise.
Planning is the key, he said, and the city needs to work with private industry, as well as social and non-profit groups, to ensure required services are available. Tanya Handley felt that the key to dealing with growth pains is a reasonable level of taxation so that residents can better manage their expenses.
Members of the audience, which numbered nearlyquizzed the candidates on everything from poverty to parking.
Moderator Ken Kolby, president and CEO of the Alberta Chambers of Commerce, chose a handful of council hopefuls to answer each question and restricted their responses to one minute each. He would like to see zero-based budgeting and improved efficiencies sought in every city department. Jonathan Wieler said the cost of capital projects, such as a new swimming pool, must be spread over the life of that asset.
Darren Young acknowledged that debt is a reality for any growing city, but said Red Deer needs to manage its finances more closely. A woman in the audience asked how city residents can gain a greater say in municipal spending, especially bigger projects.
Incumbent Buck Buchanan said the city has tried to engage the electorate through methods like open houses, budget meetings and more recently social media, with limited success.
Tim Lasiuta said people need to make an effort to get involved. Gary Didrikson thought a ward system would give Red Deerians a greater say. Serge Gingras proposed an alternative: The candidates were also asked how they would keep city businesses from moving to Red Deer County.
Victor Mobley, Terry Balgobin and Stephen Coop said a competitive tax structure was critical in this regard. Ken Johnston and Jerry Anderson added that the quality of services the city offers is also important.
Several of the questions dealt with social issues, including the cancellation of the local Winter Inn program for homeless people due to a loss of provincial funding. Incumbent Lynne Mulder said this was a concern for council, although the decision reflected a desire to move from temporary shelter to more permanent solutions.
Calvin Yzerman said such cuts are the consequence of a boom-and-bust economy, but efforts should be made to ensure winter housing is available.
David Helm said the city should take the time to find an appropriate solution with public input. And Troy Wavrecan also felt community input was needed. On the broader issue of poverty, Dawna Morey suggested that the nonprofit sector can play an important role in addressing this problem. Incumbent Dianne Wyntjes distinguished between a minimum wage and a living wage, and said she supports the latter.
Wyntjes also suggested working with agencies, the provincial government and the federal government to deal with the problem. Lawrence Lee pointed out that the problem is the result of a positive situation: He said careful planning, as well as improved services and programs, are appropriate responses.
The ship of state does not turn on a dime. The core agenda will be familiar to anyone who has kept up with Conservative policy over the past two years or who has read previous instalments of the same speech.
But polls suggest that there are not enough of those — as things stand today — to ensure the re-election of the Conservatives to power, let alone with another majority.
Missing from the mix is at least one central policy idea that would both give the government renewed momentum and distinguish it positively from the opposition.
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Entropy is an important concept, but it must be correctly understood to be useful. It is no good to use it as an excuse to pander unbridled catastrophism. By entering the competition you opt-in for registered email.