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1. What are your three top priorities for Brampton?

A) Changing Peel Police policies to be more respectful towards people with disabilities (whether psychological or physical) and those without disabilities. Greater police oversight is needed which is much more accessible. There have still not been any apologies or compensations made [with respect to] the G20 by members and sergeants of Peel Police that were involved in that and that is wrong.

B) Changing Healthcare policies that hurt patients. For example: abolishing Form 1s (a tool that is abused by doctors in Peel region as well as hospitals). Will lobby to make legislation that makes doctors more accountable for their actions (personally and professionally) and their bedside manners towards patients in Peel.

C) Creating a Walk-in Legal Advice Clinic in Peel that deals with issues that affect low income people.

The most: employment issues, police abuse, the right to speak freely with politicians and protest and to challenge limited rights and laws that limit civil and human rights. Property rights are also very important and must be respected more in Peel.

2. What is one major council decision from the previous (2014-2018) term that you agree with?

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3. What is one major council decision from the previous (2014-2018) term that you disagree with?

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4. Are there any other ideas from other cities that you would like to see replicated in Brampton?

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5. What are your top transportation priorities to ease congestion and gridlock in the city of Brampton and connections to other communities?

A) Will look into staggering business and other office hours to reduce gridlock in Peel.

B) Will look at allowing and encouraging more moped and responsible motorcycle commuting to help reduce gridlock. Will look at why mopeds are so hard to find in Peel and will encourage more people to use them in an Orderly fashion to maximize road space in Peel.

6. What are your thoughts on the Brampton 2040 Vision and how should the city proceed with the vision?

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7. What is your position on the city’s finances and how would you tackle demands for services and infrastructure renewal?

By contracting services and infrastructure spending that is reasonably and fairly priced yet still proceeding to provide it and expanding on it. It is what people need. I would look at making sure that those with the greatest means pay their fair share for the benefit of all.

8. What are your thoughts on how the city/region should handle the alleged uptick of spontaneous youth violence and crime in the city?

Will look at improving programs that help youth with mental health issues. Will look at increasing courses and workshops to help youth deal with conflicts in a peaceful manner. Will look at increasing programs that promote spiritual awareness and growth of youth.

9. Why should voters vote for you?

I feel I have innovative ideas that other candidates don’t have now or have not had in the past. I am the candidate that thinks “outside the box” which is what Peel desperately needs. I have lived in Peel Region over 40 years and have seen the same problems and issues persist in Peel region: lack of jobs, gridlock, over-regulation and red-tape, tough law and order policies, attitudes and systems that simply reinforce bitterness, cycles of negativity and resentment instead of understanding and healing. As well, no open meetings to discuss issues and find solutions in a democratic fashion and spirit. As well, lack of legal assistance to help low income people in people work out their problems. Walls over walls and closed door mentalities. Peel can be better than this.

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