No matter the issue, I have an idea of how to solve it. As a project manager, I have the background and training to work with other government agencies and city staff on processes, risks, costs and trade offs for all the topics that are important to you.
It takes a village and I need your help!
There are many ways you can help me make Guelph a city for everyone.
- Join the sign team
- Help hand out flyers
- Canvass in the ward
- Phone canvassing
- Find donors
You deserve better.
Your vote matters.
Mike Ashkewe, Indigenous and Disability Advocate
Mike is a famous Guelph resident who makes amazing TikToks about his adventures in Guelph. He is the recent former disability representative for the Guelph NDP and now the Indigenous representative.
All candidates were asked to attend three debates and answer many questionnaires. While they were all time consuming I made sure to attend and answer all of them. You can get to know the candidates through what they chose to answer and attend as well as how they responded to the groups requesting the information. Everyone is important to me. Click the X to see the videos, podcasts and articles. (Best viewed on desktop)
Erin Caton (17/17)
Michelle Bowman (14/17)
Chidi Nwene (11/17)
Dhruv Shah (9/17)
Dan Gibson (10/17)
Thai Mac (3/17)
* Dhruv Shaw was ill and unable to attend Debate 3
Erin in the news
Safe Parks for Everyone
Every new playground in Guelph should be accessible to kids and caregivers with mobility issues. Flexible surfaces are safer for every kid, easier for strollers and can't be used as litter boxes. Tell Guelph you care about kids and safety!