Calgary's Future starts here.

Together, we can change our city for the better.

In 2021, Calgarians stepped up for the future of our city by voting for bold leaders who are ready to fight for us. Now, it’s time for the real work to begin. 

Calgary is still struggling. Inflation is rising, the cost of living is skyrocketing, and we’re in an economic slump. We need to hold our leaders accountable and fight for what’s important. That means championing important issues like affordable housing, environmental sustainability, and infrastructure that supports a thriving, inclusive economy. 

Help shape Calgary’s future–join our movement today!

The issues

Let’s stop the sprawl.

City Hall’s current plan of endless sprawl isn’t going to work. It’s time we start working with what we have. Sign if you want to end sprawl in Calgary.
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Solutions for a better future.

“Coming out of this pandemic, we need a strong city council who can work together to come up with innovative solutions.”

“Calgary has unlimited potential to attract new talents and investments. Together, we can build a Calgary that is innovative, inclusive, and accessible for all.”

“We need forward-thinking leadership that is responsive to the needs of a diverse municipality; a city council that exhibits democratic accountability for public services; and representatives who act with integrity and skill for the common good.”

“I believe Calgary deserves public council members that are responsible to provide Calgarians with social equity, fiscal responsibility, better health care access, and public services.”

“We need a vision for our city that wakes us up from the status quo and gets people excited about our future.”

“City council has failed thousands of hardworking families. The continued push to privatize services has led to hundreds of people losing their high quality, good-paying jobs, only for all Calgarians to receive low quality services in return.”

“Regular people have the power to change their communities for the better.”

“Calgarians deserve community leaders who are willing to stand up for everyday people and solutions that make sense.”