Dear Ward 4 Residents,
Make a difference, one straw at a time
Did you know? Plastic straws and cutlery can’t be recycled in the blue cart. These small plastic items are too small to be sorted at the recycling facility and end up contaminating the proper recyclables instead.
Here are a few tips to follow:
- Unless you actually need a plastic straw or cutlery don’t take one.
- Wash and reuse plastic straws and cutlery a few times before disposing in the garbage.
- Keep reusable cutlery on hand so you’ll always have something to use.
If you’re not sure what to do with an item, find the answer on the online search tool at calgary.ca/whatgoeswhere.
New for 2017
New ward boundaries will be going into effect during the 2017 Election. Checking your ward will ensure that you know which candidates are running in your area. Candidate profiles will be available online after 12 noon on September 19, 2017. Visit www.electionscalgary.ca to check your ward and see candidate profiles.
Voting is an important responsibility for every Canadian. It is how we shape our communities and choose which leaders will represent us. Voting connects citizens with the political process and with each other. When you take part in an election and express your view, you make democracy work. For more information on the 2017 Municipal Election visit www.electionscalgary.ca or call the Elections & Census Office at (403) 476-4100 (option 2).
2017 Municipal Election: Vote for your Mayor, Councillor, and School Board Trustee
This Fall Calgarians will vote for their Mayor, Councillors, and School Board Trustees in the 2017 Municipal Election. Voters can choose to cast their ballot during the Advance Vote from October 4 – 11, excluding October 9 (Thanksgiving) or on Election Day, October 16. There are many ways to vote, so be sure to check the website
www.electionscalgary.ca for a complete list of voting options. Voting station locations will be available online after September 19, 2017, or you can watch the mail for your official Election Guide.
Thank you for your attention,
Councillor Sean Chu