Candidate for

Regional Councillor
Ward 1 & 5

Paul has lived in Brampton for over thirty years. He loves Brampton and believes the city has a bright future. He is running for Regional Councilor in Wards 1 & 5.

Platform Summary

Our Plan

Connecting With You

  • Host regular town hall meetings
  • Engage with residents to make better decisions

Getting the Basics Right

  • Ensure timely winter road maintenance
  • Keep our parks and neighbourhoods clean
  • Develop higher standards for all City operations
  • Prioritize the needs of the residents by working as a team on Council
  • Push for a second full-service hospital at Peel Memorial and begin planning for a third hospital
  • Fight to lower auto insurance rates and end postal code discrimination
  • Invest in better road infrastructure, realistic transit solutions, bike lanes, and alternative methods of commuting to reduce congestion and gridlock

Tackling Crime to Make Brampton Safe

  • Hire more police officers to match the City’s growing population
  • Bring back funding for community safety and youth programs
  • Address and enforce speeding in our neighbourhoods
  • Develop community safety zones with increased police presence to prevent crime in our community

Creating More Jobs

  • Eliminate red tape to encourage businesses to open in Brampton
  • Increase commercial zoning for small, medium, and start-up companies to invest and flourish in Brampton
  • Work with the business community to encourage local hiring


Making Life More Affordable 

  • Reduce the burden of residential property tax by encouraging businesses to establish in Brampton
  • Cap residential property tax increases
  • Advocate for more affordable housing solutions

Fostering a Vibrant and Innovative Downtown

  • Increase support and investment to help arts and culture thrive in our downtown core and across the city
  • Continue to push and work in partnership with Ryerson University and Sheridan College for a university campus in Brampton
  • Unlock development potential in the downtown area by eliminating all flooding risks