Hello there! 👋🏾

I’m Rhiannon Hoyle, and I want to be your next Edmonton City Councillor for ward Ipiihkoohkanipiaohtsi (previously wards 9 and 10). As one of the only candidates living in the ward, and the only candidate with business experience and a proven track record of responsibly managing our taxpayer dollars, you can trust that I will continue championing our community.

About Rhiannon

What I've done for our Ward and City

Over the past 20+ years, I championed numerous community initiatives for Edmonton families, youth, seniors, and newcomers including:

Securing $1.6 million in funding for playgrounds

In our ward - Alexander Rutherford, Monsignor Fee Otterson, and MacEwan parks.

Advocating and collaborating with EPSB trustees

To build new schools as community hubs in the ward, such as Dr. Anne Anderson High School.

Being elected and serving on Community Leagues

As Program Director, Fundraising Director, and President of Heritage Point Community League (serving 9 ward neighbourhoods at the time) over the course of 8 years. District K Representative on the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues (EFCL) board serving 12 community leagues (all 30 neighbourhoods) in the ward for 4 years.

Fighting to alleviate poverty, and assist vulnerable populations

By volunteering and working under one of Edmonton's and Canada’s most revered educational pioneers, Dr. Stephen Ramsankar, a UN Global Citizen, and a member of the Order of Canada.

"Together we will create a strong, thriving, and caring Edmonton."

Why you should vote for me

I have spent much of my time in senior, publicly elected leadership roles and as a business owner for over 10 years. You can be confident in my proven track record of leadership, accountability and business experience to take care of our ward and city.

Successfully co-owned and operated AirChekLab Inc.

Specializing in compressed Breathing Air Analysis and medical gas testing for oil field and hazardous environments, ensuring workers safety and patient care in healthcare facilities, so you can feel safe knowing that we will always have high quality controls and meticulous management.

A publicly elected University of Alberta Senator, member of the Executive Committee, co-Chair USchool Fundraising Committee

So you can rest assured knowing that we will find solutions in difficult situations and do so with transparency and accountability to the community.

Previously District K Representative on the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues (EFCL) board

Serving 12 community leagues in the ward for over 4 years, so you can feel confident I have a deep understanding of issues in our ward over the years.

Previously the President of the Board of Directors for Alberta Party Political Association 

Where I established strict financial control processes, strategic risk management, and good governance province-wide, so you can count on me to protect our interests and responsibly take care of our taxpayer dollars.

Past Vice-Chair of ParityYEG

A grassroots organization that empowers women to seek leadership positions in public service, so you can feel certain knowing that your contributions in our community are valued.

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Campaign Pillars

Driving Economic Development

Empowering businesses and driving economic development and recovery

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Enhancing Livability

Improving access, amenities, and accountability for Ipiihkoohkanipiaohtsi and Edmonton

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Building A Sense Of Belonging

Creating a safe, welcoming community where Edmontonians are proud to call home

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Empowering Effective, Collaborative Leadership

Bringing effective leadership to city hall through consensus building and smart project and financial management

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Show Your Support


Rhiannon represents diversity but that’s not the only thing she represents. She is active in the community and she also has a broader view of Edmonton, which is important as a City Councillor.

You need to know your ward along with the rest of the city, and you must have the capability to work together with other councillors. Rhiannon can do all of that. She is incredibly bright in business and is a gifted leader and I encourage people to choose her on October 18th.

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Stephen Mandel

Former Edmonton Mayor

When I look at our leaders, I sometimes don’t see someone who resonates with me or understands what issues matter to me and my family. We need voices, such as Rhiannon Hoyle. She leads with experience in business, poise in mentorship, and most of all empathy and compassion in social issues and belonging. That’s the kind of leader who speaks to me.

I encourage voters to learn more about her. She is truly remarkable and passionate about Edmonton. She’s just the kind of Councillor we need during this incredibly challenging and uncertain time.

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Serena Mah

Media Consultant, Former TV Journalist

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The municipal election is October 18, 2021

Early voting starts October 4.

Envision your future. Vote.

With your help, I can become the next representative voice for the people of Ipiihkoohkanipiaohtsi.

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Ward Ipiihkoohkanipiaohtsi

Edmonton's municipal ward names and boundaries are changing on October 18, 2021, which is Election Day.

I am running to be City Councillor in what will now be Ward Ipiihkoohkanipiaohtsi, which encompasses much of what used to be Ward 10, and a bit of Ward 9.

It is important to know what ward you are in, so you know who you'll be voting for in October! Learn more

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We would like to respectfully acknowledge that Amiskwaciywâskahikan (Edmonton) is located on Treaty 6 territory. We are grateful to be on Cree, Dene, Saulteaux, Métis, T’suu T’ina, Blackfoot, and Nakota Sioux territory, specifically the ancestral space of the Papaschase Cree. Further, we know that Indigenous people are the original inhabitants of the land in what is now referred to as Canada, and we recognize that it is our responsibility to work towards reconciliation not only as political representatives and participants, but fundamentally as settlers on this territory.