What is Ward Métis?
The City of Edmonton is divided into 12 geographic voting areas called Wards. Each Ward is represented by 1 elected City Councillor.
Changes to ward boundaries were passed on December 7, 2020. The changes include new geographical boundaries and new Indigenous Ward Names.
These changes will come into effect on Election Day this upcoming October 18, 2021, meaning you'll vote based on the new boundaries & names.
Communities in Ward Métis
King Edward Park
We acknowledge that Edmonton is on Treaty 6 territory, a traditional meeting ground and home for many Indigenous Peoples for thousands of years, including Cree, Saulteaux, Blackfoot, Métis, and Nakota Sioux.
Do you live in Ward Métis?
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Ashley for Ward Métis
I love our communities and I care about our future. Ward Métis is one of the most diverse wards in our City. You deserve a councillor who understands the needs, issues, and challenges of residents in Highlands differ from Ottewell, and Beverly Heights differs from Capilano or Holyrood. As an urban planner, I understand that context matters. One size does not fit all, and our communities expect thoughtful and contextual decision making.
Having worked in the public, private, and non-profit sectors, I’ve come to see City building as a collective endeavour, and I’ve worked alongside Edmontonians in community halls and City Hall to make our home stronger, safer, and healthier. It's humbling work when 50 year residents and people who moved in last month are working together for the good of our community.
I have been working to empower our communities for years. Working to build a better Edmonton is who I am. As your City Councillor, I will bring more than my passion, experience, and training to the table. I will bring my respect for you and our communities to City Hall.