Hi! I'm Troy. Let's talk.  

Most of my professional experience comes from my role as a software developer. In software, there exist some well-accepted principles for writing great software within a budget: break down problems into their smallest solveable pieces and don't repeat yourself

I believe these same concepts can be applied directly to Edmonton City's Council, which is why I am running for a seat in Ward 11.

Our city council can suffer from inaction paralysis. They delay making decisions because they want to solve the "bigger issues" as well with one fell swoop. I think differently - the way we improve our city is not by making one big single "solve the city" policy. Rather, we need to look at the small stuff. That road behind your house. That one bus route. That one intersection. When we use data to solve individual problems well then, eventually, we'll have made the entire city better through all those small solutions.

We need a new voice on City Council. I look forward to convincing you that I can be that voice.

Any questions or feedback? I want to talk with you.

From the Blog

Federal Budget 2017: City Council will no longer receive 1/3 of their income tax-free

March 22nd, 2017

The 2017 Federal Budget removes the provision that allows councillors to receive 1/3 of their salary tax free.