It’s time to go all infor Edmonton.

As one of the youngest, fastest-growing cities in the country and with emerging economic strengths, Edmonton is quickly becoming the Canadian big city to watch. But we can’t stop now. Mayor Iveson has proven himself as a leader capable of taking Edmonton forward.

“We’ve accomplished a lot together in four years, but we must keep building Edmonton’s momentum. Election day on October 16th is an important day for all of us — your next City Council will have a huge say in whether Edmonton will emerge as the creative and dynamic city we all want it to be. It’s time to commit to Edmonton’s future.”

Don Iveson
2017 Campaign Video

"I come from this city of beauty, this body of light."

Posted by Don Iveson for Mayor on Monday, September 18, 2017

Don Iveson’s Plan Will Ensure Edmonton’s Momentum Continues.

Let's build a new economic future for Edmonton...

...by working with business and post-secondary leaders to build a fresh innovation- and export-driven economic plan for Edmonton, building a culture of YES at City Hall, and making sure Edmonton’s story is heard across Canada and around the world.

Let’s think, plan and build for a million people...

...by making bold, strategic decisions in key areas like transportation and housing to face our new big city challenges head-on, and ensure our city works for everyone.

Let's build more vibrant and diverse neighbourhoods...

...by turning new and existing schools into community gathering places, enabling more affordable infill housing, and providing City land for supportive housing for Edmontonians with complex needs.

Let's create Canada's most family-friendly city...

...by working with partners to expand the number of affordable early learning and child care spaces available, providing free transit to all children 12 and under, and continuing to address barriers to success for children and families experiencing poverty.

Let's accelerate our leadership on the environment...

...by fast-tracking electrification of our bus fleet, staying true to Council’s low-carbon vision for Blatchford, and by leveraging our industry leadership in green building technologies.

A Mayor Who’s Proven He’s Up To The Challenge Of Change.

In his first term as Mayor, Don Iveson has become our city’s ‘Collaborator-in-Chief’, a champion of open and effective local government, and a pragmatic leader who has led Edmonton through a time of profound change by taking on some of our city’s most pressing challenges:

Uniting the region

Uniting the region

Spearheaded regional economic cooperation after decades of infighting and pushed to raise density levels across the region to balance growth and improve infrastructure efficiency.

Uniting the region

Building more LRT

Led Canada’s Big City mayors in reaching a historic new transit deal with Ottawa and secured funding to build the Valley Line LRT.

Uniting the region

Looking after the basics

Ensured we’re looking after basic infrastructure through consistent, data-driven fixes for our roads and sewers and securing funds for long-overdue upgrades to Yellowhead Trail.

Uniting the region

Focusing on fiscal efficiency

Led efforts to produce more than $90 million in efficiencies and cost avoidances over the last four years, helping to make this year’s tax increase the lowest in a decade.

Uniting the region

Slowing population loss in core neighbourhoods

Created more opportunities for infill across the city, ensuring better return on existing infrastructure and more vibrant and diverse neighbourhoods.

Uniting the region

Growing the economy

Pushed to streamline approvals for entrepreneurs, launched work to grow our health innovation sector, and promoted Edmonton’s investment opportunities at home and abroad.

Uniting the region

Lifting Edmontonians out of poverty

Spearheaded the End Poverty Edmonton initiative, a community-owned, inclusion-based strategy that led to the launch of our new low-income transit pass.

We need your help to keepbuilding a great city!

The everyday actions of Edmontonians have helped make this city great. We need your help to turn this campaign into a movement for Edmonton’s future and to share our message city-wide!