Hello there! 👋🏾

I’m Rhiannon Hoyle (she/her). I’m your neighbour, your local community leader, and I want to be your next Edmonton City Councillor for Ipiihkoohkanipiaohtsi.

Long History Serving Edmonton

My husband and I chose to build our home in this ward 16 years ago to start a family and raise our kids here. I’ve seen Ipiihkoohkanipiaohtsi grow from dirt roads and fields to the vibrant and diverse community it is today. I’m proud to have played a role in helping it get to where it is now, but there is much more work to be done.

It has been my joy to serve Edmonton for over 20 years. From advocating for schools in this ward to successfully managing multi-million dollar projects, I know how to get critical community services and amenities to the people who need them. Now, I want to be a champion for you at City Council.

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Moving Forward Together

I have a vision of a resilient, prosperous, and caring Edmonton, with a City Council that is truly accountable to the diverse people it serves. As an entrepreneur, a mom, an immigrant, a leader, and an Edmontonian of nearly 30 years, I have the advocacy skills, diverse perspectives, fiscal responsibility, and drive to help get us there.

But it’s your voice that matters most. I’m here for you, and I want to hear from you. Let’s connect, share ideas, and work together to create a city that works for everyone.

The municipal election is October 18, 2021

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

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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.