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CALVIN YZERMAN: Dedication and passion

Calvin Yzerman is hoping the third time’s the charm to secure a seat on Red Deer city council.

Yzerman ran unsuccessfully in the 2001 and 2010 civic elections. READ

PAUL HARRIS: Fighting for more amenities

City council incumbent Paul Harris promises to represent residents at the table and fight for more amenities, including a 50-metre pool and a concert hall in Red Deer. READ

BETTYLYN BAKER: Relationships are essential

City council candidate Bettylyn Baker says building relationships is essential for Red Deer’s future. READ

STEPHEN COOP: Takes a group to fill promises

Red Deer city council candidate Stephen Coop is not making many election promises because he says it takes a group to move them forward. READ

DENNIS MOFFAT: Lively debate and discussion

Former long-term city councillor Dennis Moffat promises lively debate and pointed discussions while offering experience on Red Deer city council. READ

LLOYD JOHNSON: Fundamental change required

A former executive chef believes he has the recipe for success on Red Deer city council. READ

BEN ORDMAN: Bringing specialized experience

A construction supervisor with a background in education and real estate is the latest to declare his intentions to represent Red Deerians at the city council table. READ

TIM LASIUTA: Focus and accountability

Red Deer author Tim Lasiuta wants to bring focus and accountability back to the city council table. READ

BUCK BUCHANAN: Unfinished business

Strengthening partnerships and building for growth are key for a Red Deer city council incumbent making a run for a third term. READ

JERRY ANDERSON: Time to take responsibility

A retired businessman wants to give back to the community that has been good to him. READ

DIANNE WYNTJES: Heart and ears to the ground

With the heart and soul of Red Deer in mind, a first-time councillor is seeking a second mandate. READ

FRANK WONG: Knowledge and experience

Seeking a fourth term on city council, Frank Wong says he has the knowledge and experience to keep Red Deer on track. READ

DAN MCKENNA: A safer place to live

Making Red Deer a safer place to live and improving transportation are high priorities for a Red Deer city council candidate. READ

LYNNE MULDER: Excited about strategic plan

Third-term Coun. Lynne Mulder has unfinished business with the City of Red Deer. READ

TERRY BALGOBIN: An opportunity to serve the community

A Red Deer goldsmith with a love of community is the latest to declare his bid for city council. READ

JOHNATHAN WIELER: 'I want to give back to the community'

The number of candidates vying for eight seats at the council table has swelled again, with a local business owner joining the crowded field. READ

VICTOR MOBLEY: Time for a fresh perspective

A fresh face to Red Deer has jumped into his new community with both feet, deciding to run for city council. READ

DAWNA MOREY: 'I have a lot to contribute'

A champion for seniors and Women of Excellence Award winner is entering the race for a seat on Red Deer city council. Nine years after Dawna Morey unsuccessfully made a run for council, the 59-year-old is stepping back into the political spotlight. READ

TROY WAVRECAN: A new interest in politics

Troy Wavrecan has lived in Red Deer for 13 years. He currently works in the deli department at Walmart. READ

CALVIN GOULET-JONES: Too much waste in government

A Red Deer father wants to create a strong, stable and safe community for his children. READ

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