Q1: Please describe what you have done in the past to serve the interest of Winnipeg dogs and dog owners - either in your own ward or in the city.
Walked my dog on lagimodierre off leash park kilconaQ2: Does your ward have an off-leash dog park? If not, do you know why not?
SmallQ3: If you are elected, will you increase the number of dog parks in your ward. If so how will you do that? If you have specific locations in mind, please identify them.
I will look at he possibility for sureQ4: Winnipeg lags behind many major Canadian cities in terms of the number and size of its off-leash areas, and level of service and amenities it offers dog park users. Why do you think this has happened? If elected, what would you do to change this?
Having responsible pet owners makes people comfortable for a dog parkQ5: Do you support WINDOG’s model for Winnipeg off-leash dog parks? Please provide reasons. If so, what will you do to implement it? If not, why not?
Yes I think off leash areas are importantQ6: What specifically should the City do to create off-leash recreational space in older, well-established neighbourhoods?
Making space or acquiring space is long term key for the cityQ7: If you are elected, what specifically will you do to improve Winnipeg's existing off-leash areas? Please consider the park infrastructure, facilities, and type and level of service the city offers and give examples.
I'd like to see auyhority there to make sure everyone is comfortableQ8: Winnipeg dog owners have been losing what little off-leash space they have, as it’s repurposed for other recreational users and for municipal profit through the sale and rental of off-leash space. If elected, what would you do to change this?
There is lots of land we just have to designate it