for Ward 3 Strathcona Council 2021
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August 16, 2021

Ward 3 candidate Kruger officially submits paperwork for election.


Teunis Kruger filed paperwork to run as a councilor candidate for Ward 3. He received nominations from GREAT people in his Ward.  He was the first person to announce that he was running for councilor of Ward 3.  After much discussion with family, friends and the Almighty; Teunis feels like it is the right thing to do and has decided to run in this election.

August 27, 2021

Ward 3 candidate Kruger promises a call back - Sherwood Park News


Teunis Kruger recently filed his councilor candidate for Ward 3. He said for the past eight years, it’s been hard to communicate with incumbent Coun. Brian Botterill and he hopes that will change this municipal election. Our current councilor has struggled with one thing and that’s communication.

September 10, 2021

A dozen Edmonton-area mayors sign letter calling for vaccine passports


A dozen Edmonton-area mayors have signed an open letter to Health Minister Tyler Shandro calling on the province to implement a vaccine passport mandate as some small businesses question whether they will survive without one.

The letter, dated Tuesday, is signed by the mayors of Strathcona County, Edmonton, St. Albert, Beaumont, Parkland County, Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Devon, Morinville, Sturgeon County, Leduc Country and the City of Leduc.

September 20, 2021

Youth Advisory Committee of Strathcona County - request

To complete this mandate item, we are requesting that you, the Strathcona County Councillor candidates, please share how you will support youth in Strathcona County if you were elected on your campaign’s social media platforms and websites. 

There are plenty of ways to support youth in the County.  I think it starts with programs that will help youth excel in the Community.  Areas like sports, service, education, art or music.  Programs like the Duke of Edinburg Award, Scouting, Minor Hockey, Swimming Clubs and of course Jiu-Jitsu and Judo.  There are many other great programs in the County and I will support these and other programs that will help youth with life and career development.