Roshan Chumber’s serving as a Board member for a non-profit organization very actively working for awareness of domestic violation in Calgary NE as a neutral supporter helped many Families and Seniors resolved their personal issues. Roshan Chumber has lots of respect for Seniors as Councillor for Ward 10 will work hard on safety and elder abuse, Transportation, Housing/Home Support Services, Recreation Programs and fee assistance
Roshan Chumber is committed to making these services even better.
Roshan Chumber as Councillor of Ward 10 will bring forward the Community-Based Public Safety Task Force to address community concerns about increasing violent crime. This Task Force will be a diverse group of experienced professionals from various fields, including academic experts, community leaders, service organizations, public education, police, as well as provincial and federal government representatives.
Meeting public safety challenges requires the entire community to come together to better understand our strengths, our challenges, and our shared commitment. Through this Task Force, we intend to facilitate conversations within and between organizations by fostering a collaborative environment.
Small and mid-sized businesses currently being hit the hardest by the pandemic and rising taxes are also Calgary’s largest employer and the surest source of new jobs as Calgary recovers. If Calgary is going to recover we must elect Councillors who have a sound business background.
Calgary needs to recover and heal. To do so our Municipal government needs to partner with and support entrepreneurs and small businesses. We need to streamline the red tape and unnecessary bureaucracy that creates months of delays on simple projects. Government must move at the speed of business. We need a tax system that is both fair and predictable. And we need to be ruthless in ensuring the best possible spending of each and every tax dollar collected.
We can get these things by ensuring business-literate Councillors are elected. But to do that I need the help of the business community. Although businesses cannot donate funds directly, business owners and business leaders can donate personally. As a small business owner for the past 20 years, I know how to read a financial statement. I know how to cut costs and maximize revenue. And I promise to bring those skills to city hall if elected. Can I count on your donation? Even $100 would go a long way in getting campaign material out to Ward 10 voters.
The best social safety net is a job. By working with businesses, the City of Calgary can help reduce unemployment and provide a stronger social safety net for all Calgarians in need. But first, we need to have a strong local economy. Please click on the link below to make your donation today. https://roshanchumber.ca/donation/
Calgarians deserve good value for their money. Every Calgarian deserves a safe and inclusive city. We need a high-performance government that will deliver core services efficiently. Over the past ten years, property taxes have nearly doubled, and many new fees have been introduced. Meanwhile, service has only marginally improved in some areas, while others have been significantly reduced. City Hall must focus on core services such as an affordable city-wide transit system, well-maintained infrastructure, efficient snow clearing, and emergency services such as police and fire. We must leverage technology and foster innovation to achieve efficiencies in these areas.
Calgary must be bold, welcome new ideas, and build for the future.We must embrace new technology in delivering services, building quality infrastructure, and creating a vibrant downtown core that will usher in a new era of opportunity. We need to update existing infrastructure that is in disrepair and has been overlooked for far too long. We must focus on projects that will enhance our city’s safety and competitiveness, such as building an LRT extension to the airport. We can improve accountability at City Hall by genuinely listening to Calgarians and allowing them to have meaningful input in major decisions that impact them, such as neighborhood development.
City Hall must get its budget under control. The council must follow the lead of families and entrepreneurs who have made sacrifices through these challenging times. Wiser spending and giving Calgarians tax breaks must start now. Calgarians deserve a financially responsible municipal government, especially during unprecedented times like this COVID-19 pandemic. We must focus on “need-to-haves” over “nice-to-haves.”
We need to get Calgarians back to work. We must be unrelenting in our pursuit of economic recovery and growth. Now is the time to reclaim Calgary’s entrepreneur-friendly environment and show the world that we are open for business. Positive change begins with reining in taxes, simplifying approvals, eliminating unnecessary red tape, and allowing entrepreneurs to succeed. We need to ensure that our youth and small businesses are given no reason to seek opportunities elsewhere.