One of Nancy’s favourite aspects of St. Norbert-Seine River are the expansive, beautiful parks and green spaces. As councillor, she will ensure recreational spaces are maintained and seek to develop them further so the community can continue to enjoy them.
Nancy will be participating in two all-candidate forums this month prior to Oct. 24’s civic election. Attend one (or both!) to learn more about Nancy, and her priorities, platform, and plans to make St. Norbert-Seine River a more viable, vibrant neighbourhood in the role of Winnipeg City Councillor.
Sept. 20: St. Norbert Community Centre (3450 Pembina Hwy.), 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Sept. 26: Fort Richmond Collegiate (99 Killarney Ave.), 8 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Transit plays a crucial role in community development by providing access to education, employment, recreation, health care and other key services.
Improving public transit and making it accessible, reliable, and affordable transit for all is one of Nancy’s key priorities.
Introducing Nancy Cooke
Nancy has been a voice, champion, and advocate for St. Norbert-Seine River for the past 20 years. She wants to use her skills she’s built and public and private sectors and her experience to bring growth, vitality, and vibrancy to the area as your voice at City Hall. Together with you, she wants to build a better St. Norbert-Seine River for today and tomorrow.