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Ward 5 April Update

Hear from George the most recent updates for Ward 5. Download the full Ward 5 update document below.

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News & Updates

Keep up to date with the latest news from George Chahal and his team

Community Cleanup

In my time on the campaign trail and during my first year in office, keeping our communities safe and clean has been one of my main priorities.

Crosstown Bus Rapid Transit

The North Crosstown BRT project will connect Calgarians with bus rapid transit service between the Brentwood LRT Station and the Saddletowne LRT Station primarily using 16 Avenue North.

Metis Trail Widening

The City is completing the twinning of Metis Trail N.E., from 80 Avenue to the future Airport Trail intersection. It will reduce travel time and distance for people travelling along the corridor now and in the future.

Multilingual Communications & Engagement Policy

On Monday, April 23, I brought forward a Notice of Motion to City Council to direct Administration to create a Multilingual Communication and Engagement Policy. City Council voted unanimously, 15-0, to support the Motion.

Public Safety and Traffic Lights

We have been working with the residents of Ward 5 to advocate for better traffic safety devices throughout our neighbourhoods. 

Airport Trail

Throughout my first year in office, I worked with City Administration and other orders of government to secure financial commitments for the extension of Airport Trail.

Transportation and Logistics Hub

have been working with other orders of government, the Calgary International Airport and many different businesses to support and foster a Transportation and Logistics hub within Ward 5.

Future Blue Line LRT Extension

I have been a strong advocate for the extension of the Blue Line LRT (including the spur line to the Calgary International Airport) which is a major infrastructure project we have been pushing for in our Ward.

Park Improvements

My office has been working hard with the Parks Department to address improvements needed in some of Ward 5’s parks.

George Chahal