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Compare what the candidates had to say about sustainable transportion, water and natural environment, local food, citizen engagement, climate change.


Survey responses


When deciding how to vote, or where to dedicate your time on Council, how important to you is:
 [most important; very important; important; not important; don’t know]

Protecting and improving water quality and the natural environment.

Candidate namequestion_2bWard
Chris Bentley very important Ward 6
Jessica Bertrand very important Ward 4
Brian Bigger (incumbent) very important Mayor
Jesse Brooks very important Ward 6
Tay Butt most important Ward 12
Cody Cacciotti most important Mayor
Fern Cormier (incumbent) very important Ward 10
Troy Crowder Mayor
Bill Crumplin very important Mayor
Elizabeth De Luisa Ward 11
Jerry Desormeaux most important Ward 5
Denis Ferron most important Ward 10
Rob Franceschini very important Ward 8
Leo Frappier Ward 12
Gordon Harris Ward 1
Trinity Mary Hollis Ward 9
Jeff Huska most important Mayor
Mike Jakubo (incumbent) most important Ward 7
Bob Johnston Ward 1
Terry Kett very important Ward 11
Robert Kirwan (incumbent) most important Ward 5
Eric Lachance most important Ward 4
Kevin Lalonde Ward 11
Michel Lalonde very important Ward 5
Joscelyne Landry-Altmann (incumbent) most important Ward 12
René Lapierre (incumbent) most important Ward 6
Ron Leclair Mayor
Bill Leduc Ward 11
John Lindsay most important Ward 11
Frank Mazzuca Jr. Ward 7
Kyle McCall very important Ward 8
Geoff McCausland most important Ward 4
Deb McIntosh (incumbent) most important Ward 9
Dan Melanson most important Mayor
Patricia Mills very important Mayor
Gerry Germain Montpellier (incumbent - acclaimed) Ward 3
Rodney Newton most important Mayor
Simon Nickson very important Ward 9
Shawn Ouimet very important Ward 12
Justin Pappano very important Ward 1
Mike Petryna Ward 12
J. David Popescu important Mayor
Stefano Presenza Ward 8
Steve Ripley most important Ward 10
André Rivest Ward 6
Don Roy most important Ward 4
Bill Sanders most important Mayor
Sharon Scott most important Ward 4
Mark Signoretti (incumbent) Ward 1
Al Sizer (incumbent) most important Ward 8
Paul Stopciati Ward 9
Deborah Swyer-Burke most important Ward 7
Michael Vagnini (incumbent - acclaimed) Ward 2
Derek Young very important Ward 11

Here are some of our specific priorities that require leadership to implement. Indicate your level of support for:
[“I will champion that” “I will vote in favour”, “I will vote against”, “Unsure”]

Educating private contractors and the public on the harmful effects of sodium and chloride on the environment and human health and finding alternatives .

Candidate namequestion_7dWard
Chris Bentley I will vote in favour Ward 6
Jessica Bertrand Unsure Ward 4
Brian Bigger (incumbent) I will champion that Mayor
Jesse Brooks Unsure Ward 6
Tay Butt I will vote in favour Ward 12
Cody Cacciotti I will champion that Mayor
Fern Cormier (incumbent) I will champion that Ward 10
Troy Crowder Mayor
Bill Crumplin I will champion that Mayor
Elizabeth De Luisa Ward 11
Jerry Desormeaux I will champion that Ward 5
Denis Ferron I will vote in favour Ward 10
Rob Franceschini Ward 8
Leo Frappier Ward 12
Gordon Harris Ward 1
Trinity Mary Hollis Ward 9
Jeff Huska I will champion that Mayor
Mike Jakubo (incumbent) I will vote in favour Ward 7
Bob Johnston Ward 1
Terry Kett I will champion that Ward 11
Robert Kirwan (incumbent) I will champion that Ward 5
Eric Lachance Unsure Ward 4
Kevin Lalonde Ward 11
Michel Lalonde I will vote in favour Ward 5
Joscelyne Landry-Altmann (incumbent) I will champion that Ward 12
René Lapierre (incumbent) I will champion that Ward 6
Ron Leclair Mayor
Bill Leduc Ward 11
John Lindsay I will champion that Ward 11
Frank Mazzuca Jr. Ward 7
Kyle McCall I will vote in favour Ward 8
Geoff McCausland I will vote in favour Ward 4
Deb McIntosh (incumbent) I will champion that Ward 9
Dan Melanson I will champion that Mayor
Patricia Mills I will champion that Mayor
Gerry Germain Montpellier (incumbent - acclaimed) Ward 3
Rodney Newton I will champion that Mayor
Simon Nickson Ward 9
Shawn Ouimet I will vote in favour Ward 12
Justin Pappano I will vote in favour Ward 1
Mike Petryna Ward 12
J. David Popescu Mayor
Stefano Presenza Ward 8
Steve Ripley I will champion that Ward 10
André Rivest Ward 6
Don Roy I will vote in favour Ward 4
Bill Sanders I will champion that Mayor
Sharon Scott I will vote in favour Ward 4
Mark Signoretti (incumbent) Ward 1
Al Sizer (incumbent) I will champion that Ward 8
Paul Stopciati Ward 9
Deborah Swyer-Burke I will vote in favour Ward 7
Michael Vagnini (incumbent - acclaimed) Ward 2
Derek Young I will vote in favour Ward 11

Greater Sudbury has some new policies in place or in progress that have the potential to make a huge difference for our community if they are implemented.  Indicate your level of support for implementing and resourcing these fundamental policies and plans:
[“I will champion that” “I will vote in favour”, “I will vote against”, “Unsure”]

Subwatershed studies and plans;  Water and Wastewater Master Plan. 

Candidate namequestion_8dWard
Chris Bentley I will vote in favour Ward 6
Jessica Bertrand Unsure Ward 4
Brian Bigger (incumbent) I will champion that Mayor
Jesse Brooks I will vote in favour Ward 6
Tay Butt I will vote in favour Ward 12
Cody Cacciotti I will champion that Mayor
Fern Cormier (incumbent) I will champion that Ward 10
Troy Crowder Mayor
Bill Crumplin I will champion that Mayor
Elizabeth De Luisa Ward 11
Jerry Desormeaux I will champion that Ward 5
Denis Ferron I will champion that Ward 10
Rob Franceschini I will vote in favour Ward 8
Leo Frappier Ward 12
Gordon Harris Ward 1
Trinity Mary Hollis Ward 9
Jeff Huska I will champion that Mayor
Mike Jakubo (incumbent) I will vote in favour Ward 7
Bob Johnston Ward 1
Terry Kett I will champion that Ward 11
Robert Kirwan (incumbent) I will champion that Ward 5
Eric Lachance I will champion that Ward 4
Kevin Lalonde Ward 11
Michel Lalonde I will vote in favour Ward 5
Joscelyne Landry-Altmann (incumbent) I will champion that Ward 12
René Lapierre (incumbent) I will champion that Ward 6
Ron Leclair Mayor
Bill Leduc Ward 11
John Lindsay I will champion that Ward 11
Frank Mazzuca Jr. Ward 7
Kyle McCall I will champion that Ward 8
Geoff McCausland I will vote in favour Ward 4
Deb McIntosh (incumbent) I will champion that Ward 9
Dan Melanson I will champion that Mayor
Patricia Mills I will champion that Mayor
Gerry Germain Montpellier (incumbent - acclaimed) Ward 3
Rodney Newton I will vote in favour Mayor
Simon Nickson Ward 9
Shawn Ouimet I will vote in favour Ward 12
Justin Pappano I will vote in favour Ward 1
Mike Petryna Ward 12
J. David Popescu Mayor
Stefano Presenza Ward 8
Steve Ripley I will champion that Ward 10
André Rivest Ward 6
Don Roy I will vote in favour Ward 4
Bill Sanders I will champion that Mayor
Sharon Scott I will vote in favour Ward 4
Mark Signoretti (incumbent) Ward 1
Al Sizer (incumbent) I will champion that Ward 8
Paul Stopciati Ward 9
Deborah Swyer-Burke I will vote in favour Ward 7
Michael Vagnini (incumbent - acclaimed) Ward 2
Derek Young I will vote in favour Ward 11

What will you do ensure that the health of Greater Sudbury’s lakes, rivers and creeks are protected and enhanced?

Candidate namequestion_6Ward
Chris Bentley I will support all initiatives that are put forward with the best interests of conserving our natural water sources. We live in the most naturally beautiful part of the province and we need to do everything we can to preserve that, while at the same time progressing forward. Ward 6
Jessica Bertrand I would adhere to the suggestions of specialists in that area. Whether it is regarding the water/wastewater of the city or proposed developments along waterways, I would expect a full understanding of any impacts to our waterways be given to Council to be able to make informed decisions. Ward 4
Brian Bigger (incumbent) As your mayor, I advocated successfully for provincial funding to allow the city to proceed on watershed and subwatershed studies that had been on the shelf since 2006. These studies will allow us to effectively prioritize the work to be done in our community. I have already started the same conversation with the current government, and I can proudly say that The City of Greater Sudbury’s is viewed as a leader in these efforts across the province. We also need to watch what’s currently going on the roads, on the grass to make sure that doesn’t find its way to water. We also need to keep working with experts at the Living With Lakes Centre regarding the causes of blue green algae and how we all need to work together to minimize the danger of those blooms. Protecting our water is an important part of every consideration when planning, developing and building in Greater Sudbury. I am also very aware that there are often a number of ways to achieve desired results. Mayor
Jesse Brooks Green storm water systems and architecture can help catch rainwater where it falls reducing the amount of harmful runoff in our lakes and streams. Nets to catch garbage in runoff can also help remove plastics from our lakes. Ward 6
Tay Butt More funds allocated to water testing of our lakes. Ward 12
Cody Cacciotti I believe that the City of Greater Sudbury has a wealth of experience and expertise when it comes to environmental stewardship. I am confident that expanding on existing partnerships working collectively with our post-secondary institutions and groups such as VETAC and Junction Creek Stewardship committee Mayor
Fern Cormier (incumbent) It will be important to "hit the ground running" with the results of the watershed study. There will be recommendations that will have to be financed and implemented in order to protect our waterways. Ward 10
Troy Crowder Mayor
Bill Crumplin I happen to be very concerned about the amount of salt that is accumulating in Ramsey Lake. I mention in my platform that I would seek out environmentally safer substitutions for road salt. It is important in assessing any alternatives to build into the cost-benefit analysis the potential costs of losing Ramsey Lake as one of our sources of drinking water. We cannot simply pass this potential cost to our children or grandchildren. As in my answer to question 5, I would involve the various lake and creek stewardship committees in discussions regarding development along or nearby our lakes, rivers and creeks. I also happen to have strong working relationships with many researchers at the Vale Living With Lakes Centre and I would reach out to them as often as possible to assist with generating and testing ideas. Mayor
Elizabeth De Luisa Ward 11
Jerry Desormeaux Better educate people on the importance of our water ways. Ward 5
Denis Ferron I was walking along junction creek and was saddened by all the garbage along the banks and in damned areas, this has to be cleaned up and a solution to prevent all the garbage entering waterways. Find a something other than salt in winter time that finds it's way to our watershed and have more filtering resevoir catch basins. Ward 10
Rob Franceschini get involved with different organizations working to protect our water Ward 8
Leo Frappier Ward 12
Gordon Harris Ward 1
Trinity Mary Hollis Ward 9
Jeff Huska I will support the results of the Ramsey Subwatershed Study. As a current member of the City's Watershed Advisory Panel I hear alot of the good work by local lake stewardship committees. I'd insure the continued relationships with the Nickel District Conservation Authority and the Drinking Water Source Protection Plan. We'd work together to insure healthy water for everyone. Mayor
Mike Jakubo (incumbent) Uphold the enhanced waterfront development provisions and requirements in our updated Official Plan. Ward 7
Bob Johnston Ward 1
Terry Kett Encourage more Watershed Studies, not just Ramsey's Fight for more community awareness of the need to protect these fragile bodies Ward 11
Robert Kirwan (incumbent) I will continue to support recommendations from staff that are needed to protect our lakes, rivers and creeks. Staff are well aware of the latest strategies and it is important for Council to give them the support to do what they feel is most effective. Ward 5
Eric Lachance Being the city of lakes we should explore how we can be more environmentally responsible when it comes to our effluents and run off going into our watersheds. Maintaining and improving when required, our sewer and storm water systems, general drainage as well as protected buffer zones. There are many initiatives by local organizations that are restocking fish, plant life and cleaning up our watersheds. The City needs to keep assisting, maintaining supporting and creating awareness for the work these organizations do for our bodies of water. Ward 4
Kevin Lalonde Ward 11
Michel Lalonde The Source Water Protection Plan was prepared by the Greater Sudbury Source Protection Committee and came into effect on April 1st, 2015. It is therefore important to ensure the sources and prescribes policies, actions and programs to reduce or eliminate these threats are put into action and enforced by our local authorities (ei. By-law officers, Risk Management Official, Risk Management Inspector, etc.). Ward 5
Joscelyne Landry-Altmann (incumbent) 1-Ward specific:East Junction Creek study-ensure that the funding remains in place in order to implement the recommendations of the study when completed. Explore the possibility of an asset management policy for our lakes. Continue supporting LIDS (low impact development )development policies Continue supporting the 500K being put aside for watershed studies annually.and their recommendations Continue supporting disconnecting eaves from our stormsewers,and supporting the use of rainbarrels. Ward 12
René Lapierre (incumbent) We must ensure that our drinking water is protected as well as better understand how the watershed systems affect the city as a whole. Promote the update of our planning and construction policies to include a watershed analysis lens, as well as assess the use of salt on our roads during the winter months. Ward 6
Ron Leclair Mayor
Bill Leduc Ward 11
John Lindsay Encourage more proactive engagement by local conservation authority and source water protection committee Ward 11
Frank Mazzuca Jr. Ward 7
Kyle McCall First, that proposed new developments are subjected to an environmental impact assessment process, and that their impact to our water ways is clearly understood. Then, take steps to mitigate those impacts. It is also critical that those living in and around bodies of water understand the impact they're use can have on them. The city should take more steps to reduce the use of fertilizers and salts in these areas. Ward 8
Geoff McCausland I will work to make sure that regulations made to protect our lakes, rivers and creeks are enforced, and that city staff are keeping our standards up-to-date with other progressive communities. Ward 4
Deb McIntosh (incumbent) • Finalize and initiate the implementation of the Depot Master Plan, especially the salt and sand storage facilities, to protect our water • Continue to conduct watershed studies • Continue to protect our drinking water by making investments in our water/waste water treatment systems and replacing old water mains and sewers • Advocate in the investment in better road sand and salt storage/usage • Identify ways to further protect our waterways through planning applications Ward 9
Dan Melanson The Health of Greater Sudbury’s lakes, rivers and creeks is very important. In addition to the salt abatement program as described in my platform I believe that it is necessary to create a municipal water board, similar to that of Greater Sudbury Hydro, that will protect our watersheds and our city’s water management systems. Water issues affect us all and warrant a portfolio of its own. The water board would encompass organizations such as the Conservation Sudbury, Nickel District Conservation Authority, Earth Care Sudbury individual lake stewardship committees including Living with Lakes Centre and all other groups that would like to be included. Mayor
Patricia Mills Sudbury is known as the City of Lakes. I plan to fiercely protect that brand, and the watersheds which make it possible. Combining further study, following from the intensive Ramsey Lake Subwatershed study, with real action through reduction of salt infiltration, and better management of stormwater. This is particularly important as Sudbury's climate will deliver more precipitation and larger storms in the future. I am particularly concerned when I hear about our beautiful public beaches closed for swimming as a result of blue-green algae. Our city needs to do a better job of controlling run-off and preventing fertilizer and other chemicals from ruining our beautiful lakes. We've seen the amazing work of groups like Junction Creek Stewardship Committee, and as Mayor I look forward to supporting them, and our many active lake stewardship committees in their work. Mayor
Gerry Germain Montpellier (incumbent - acclaimed) Ward 3
Rodney Newton remove the motorized vehicles from our local and intercity lakes...for one Mayor
Simon Nickson Support efforts to protect, clean and sustain our environment. Ward 9
Shawn Ouimet Continue to work with staff and citizen run organizations to educate the public on how we need to change the way we use our waterways. I am one person however working with others coming up with ideas to educate, protect and ensure the health of our waterways so that our children can have the same enjoyments that we had as children. Ward 12
Justin Pappano I will promote progressive policies to make sure we protect and promote the water bodies that make Sudbury as special as it is. Ward 1
Mike Petryna Ward 12
J. David Popescu Promoting bible study produces godliness in our citizens and nature responds to godliness: contrary-wise nature declines or closes its womb: e.g. holding boat races and festivals on lake Ramsey in the name of the dragon (satan) brings a curse on our water supply and sport: so do ungodly rock concerts and pagan festivals. Mayor
Stefano Presenza Ward 8
Steve Ripley I would work with local groups as well as seek out ideas to upgrade and improve infrastructure and sewer systems as they are being repaired and look for ways to mitigate or eliminate toxic road salts etc. that are used on our roadways during the winter months. I would also enact and enforce a bylaw requiring field beds,gas stations or any other form of sub terrainian waste management to be anually inspected so that the possibility of contamination is greatly reduced or eliminated. Ward 10
André Rivest Ward 6
Don Roy With 330 lakes within our municipal boundaries, I strongly believe, we as a community need to show leadership in lake stewardship. The residents of Greater Sudbury take pride in our “City of Lakes” and enjoy the benefits of having convenient access to clean lakes for recreational purposes, as well as their visual appeal. Our water resources, however, are increasingly subject to the negative impacts of urbanization in the form of agricultural, industrial and urban runoff, pesticide use, faulty septic systems, site alteration and other activities. In both rural and urban areas, improved lake stewardship practices are required. My goal is to improve and protect the quality of the community's surface water through lake water quality monitoring and support community engagement through lake stewardship groups and the volunteer help of residents. My mandate on the subject is: • To monitor various water and shoreline quality parameters of local lakes and work collaboratively with other City divisions, government agencies, lake stewardship groups, and individual residents to address problems as they arise. • To promote the creation of stewardship groups on our individual lakes. Many citizens and lake stewardship groups are involved already in lake monitoring programs. Working as a team with programs such as • Lake Partner Program • Canadian Lakes Loon Survey • Nature Watch • The Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup • Invading Species Detection Program will give us the tools to collect valuable information that contributes to the understanding and enhancement of our lakes, rivers and creeks in gaining a better and healthy ecosystems for future generations to enjoy. Everyone has a role to play in protecting the water quality of our lakes, rivers and creeks. Ward 4
Bill Sanders Education. Pure and simple. Common-sense. The lakes of our region are our greatest assets. It starts with education and is followed with vigilant monitoring. I have a cottage on a lake which we as a family have been the caretakers of for the last fifty years. Again ownership and common-sense. Mayor
Sharon Scott Cleaning up the pollution in our lakes and rivers. This may include reducing the amount of material entering the water courses from our roads and putting in place measures to reduce or relocate goose populations. Stop filling in the marshlands which are our natural water filtering systems. Ward 4
Mark Signoretti (incumbent) Ward 1
Al Sizer (incumbent) While not an expert in what is totally required, I would support watershed studies, the work of the Junction Creek Stewardship Committee the Nickel District Conservation Authority and other bodies such as the Ramsay Lake Stewardship Committee. As stated previously, planning must consider the impact on what future development will have on our environment. Just as somewhat of an aside, I would like to see the prohibition of ice huts, cars and trucks on Lake Ramsay during the winter ice fishing season. Ward 8
Paul Stopciati Ward 9
Deborah Swyer-Burke Water Quality Monitoring and encourage community involvement, through volunteering and from help of the residents. Promote stewardship groups on some of the individual lakes. I think the people in the City of Greater Sudbury are proud to have so many water ways in our back yards and if given the opportunity would love to help with this. Ward 7
Michael Vagnini (incumbent - acclaimed) Ward 2
Derek Young The Lake Stewardship Committees, Junction Creek Stewardship Committee and ReThink Green are leaders in this area. I will work with these organizations to have a better understanding of the issues and to work together to develop community based solutions. I know there are concerns with the level of salt leaching into Lake Ramsey, however, salt management is the problem, not the development, so we must address the issue of salt. I would also have a greater concern that dangerous goods are being moved by train through our Downtown and along a major source of drinking water. As part of my Young, Responsible, Leadership platform, I plan to accept responsibility for our decision making and will worth with environmental organizations to be solution oriented. Ward 11

Platform statements

Candidate nameWardEnvironment and Water
Chris Bentley Ward 6
Jessica Bertrand Ward 4
Brian Bigger (incumbent) Mayor
Jesse Brooks Ward 6
Tay Butt Ward 12
Cody Cacciotti Mayor
Fern Cormier (incumbent) Ward 10
Troy Crowder Mayor
Bill Crumplin Mayor

“Improve water protection-Monitor and apply regulations along and near source water; Invite lake and river stewardship organizations and Vale Living With Lakes to assist in improving water quality; Seek safe and affordable substitutes for winter salt.” “Use when possible use semi-permeable surfaces and natural elements; Implement bio-engineering to reduce urban heat island impacts.”
From https://billcrumplinformayor.ca, checked September 7, 2018

Elizabeth De Luisa Ward 11
Jerry Desormeaux Ward 5
Denis Ferron Ward 10
Rob Franceschini Ward 8
Leo Frappier Ward 12
Gordon Harris Ward 1
Trinity Mary Hollis Ward 9
Jeff Huska Mayor

“We must protect Ramsey Lake as the City’s most important body of water.”
From https://www.huskaformayor.com, checked August 21, 2018

Mike Jakubo (incumbent) Ward 7
Bob Johnston Ward 1
Terry Kett Ward 11
Robert Kirwan (incumbent) Ward 5

I am in full support of using the 28 acre parcel of undeveloped land at the Howard Armstrong Recreation Centre for a new twin-pad multi-purpose facility and a 20 acre waling/hiking/nature trail network that will be accessible for all of our residents.” “I intend to continue to make this (a 3rd ball field to the Centennial Park Complex) a part of the total package that includes the twin – pad multi use arena at the HARC so that when we close Centennial, we repurpose the entire park and make it like another Terry Fox complex for the northern sector of Greater Sudbury.”

From http://www.valleyeasttoday.ca/Election%202014/Kirwan%20Robert.htm and https://www.facebook.com/groups/RobertKirwanWard5/permalink/466220417191695/, checked September 7, 2018

Eric Lachance Ward 4
Kevin Lalonde Ward 11
Michel Lalonde Ward 5
Joscelyne Landry-Altmann (incumbent) Ward 12
René Lapierre (incumbent) Ward 6
Ron Leclair Mayor
Bill Leduc Ward 11
John Lindsay Ward 11

“Salt from the large parking areas (at KED) will contribute further to Ramsey Lake pollution where sodium and chloride levels are dangerously high for both drinking water and aquatic life.”
From http://www.friendlysudbury.ca, checked August 16, 2018

Frank Mazzuca Jr. Ward 7
Kyle McCall Ward 8
Geoff McCausland Ward 4
Deb McIntosh (incumbent) Ward 9

“Water is one of our greatest resources; we will continue to be proactive in protecting our lakes and rivers, working with Conservation Sudbury, Laurentian University’s Living with Lakes Centre, the Greater Sudbury Watershed Alliance and its associated groups as well as the people who live near our waterways.”Finalize and initiate the implementation of the Depot Master Plan, especially the salt and sand storage facilities, to protect our water.” “Continue to conduct watershed studies.” “Continue to protect our drinking water by making investments in our water/waste water treatment systems and replacing old water mains and sewers.”
From http://debmcintosh.ca, checked September 9, 2018.

Dan Melanson Mayor

“I would suggest to you that if we took that same determination and make-it-happen attitude (as for Sudbury land reclamation started in 1978), and applied it to the problem of road salt, we could develop some practical and cost-effective ways to deal with this issue.” “What’s required is, the same healthy dose of determination and leadership that was put forth during the creation of the re-greening initiative, and I will bring both to this issue and the City of Greater Sudbury when elected as Mayor.”
From www.danmelanson.ca,  checked September 3, 2018

Patricia Mills Mayor
Gerry Germain Montpellier (incumbent - acclaimed) Ward 3
Rodney Newton Mayor
Simon Nickson Ward 9
Shawn Ouimet Ward 12
Justin Pappano Ward 1
Mike Petryna Ward 12
J. David Popescu Mayor
Stefano Presenza Ward 8

Beautification initiative: overall cleanup, garbage disposal areas (safety disposal & pet waste), cart collection & returns.”
From http://www.stefano-ward8.com/priorities.html, checked August 14, 2018

Steve Ripley Ward 10
André Rivest Ward 6
Don Roy Ward 4
Bill Sanders Mayor

“While recognizing dramatic shifts in climate change : We need protect our watershed and develop land in a responsible and sustainable manner”
From official platform, provided September 17, 2018.

Sharon Scott Ward 4
Mark Signoretti (incumbent) Ward 1
Al Sizer (incumbent) Ward 8

“Perform an active role in protecting and improving our green space in Ward 8.”
From http://www.alsizerward8.ca/platform.html, checked August 14, 2018

Paul Stopciati Ward 9
Deborah Swyer-Burke Ward 7
Michael Vagnini (incumbent - acclaimed) Ward 2
Derek Young Ward 11