Dafoe’s Platform in Brief

Not in order of priority My Promise To Morinville Same promise I made four years ago: I’ll be 100% committed to the job, I’ll communicate with residents and communicate residents concerns to Council chambers, and I’ll use common sense in all decision-making. Commitment, communication, and common sense are the only promises any candidate can truly […]

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City or Town – my full answer to the Gazette

Gazette published a great piece on City or Town status today. Below is my full response, which obviously has to be trimmed for the article. Article link below: As a member of Council I requested Administration to come back with a report on the pros and cons of becoming a city and details on what […]

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Door steps and front yards – what I’m hearing so far

Below are some Campaign wrap-ups from my Facebook page. These are thoughts about what I’ve heard putting up signs and knocking on doors, stuff going on around town, and other tidbits of information. DAY EIGHT WRAP-UP CONFUSION AT THE DOOR – With a municipal election running alongside a Conservative Party of Canada candidate race, the […]

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The Issues: City, Town or Something Else?

In the 15 years from 1991 to 2006 Morinville’s population grew from 6,011 to 6,775 0r 764 people in 15 years. From a 2006 population of 6,775, the population increased to 9,848 in 2016. In that decade, 3,073 more people have moved here, increasing our population by roughly 50%. As we sit 152 residents shy […]

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What I said and what I did No. 1

In reviewing my 2013 candidate package, I made some statements that I think are worth recapping to see how my record held up to what I thought as a candidate. Council needs to put the service back in public service I think collectively, we did just that. Speaking only for myself, I believed then and […]

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