Alberta NDP Nominee for Edmonton-South


Meet Rhiannon

I'm a mother, an entrepreneur, social advocate, community leader, mentor, and fundraiser passionately engaging and enhancing community grassroots movements for over 20 years in Edmonton, Alberta. I am a master collaborator with impeccable integrity, who has a proven record of accomplishment serving communities over several years.


I'm a true believer in the power of community, and its ability to create long-lasting impactful change in all of our lives. We have the chance to push back against the divisive politics of the UCP and unite Albertans. That's why I’m seeking the nomination for the Alberta NDP in Edmonton-South!

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Nomination Day is September 24th! RSVP to vote for Rhiannon and elect a strong, compassionate leader for Edmonton-South


Trust and Collaborative Leadership

Over 20 years as a champion of strong, compassionate and accountable leadership. I prioritize collaboration and relationship building with residents, community leagues, area councils, businesses, community stakeholders and all orders of government. I care deeply about our community, and the core issues that affect our wellbeing and quality of life.

Jobs and Economic Growth

With years of experience as a business owner in occupational health and safety, and a husband who is a leader in the tech sector and game development, I know it's essential to uplift our local, regional and global economies. I am a strong business leader who understands how to drive economic growth, create jobs, and handle our finances with transparency and accountability. 

Advocating for Education

As a mother, I know the crucial need to protect our children's access to quality public education. I relentlessly advocated for new schools, built playgrounds and supported community league recreation programs on behalf of our SouthWest communities. Publicly elected Senator and Co-Chair of USchool at the University of Alberta working to connect students from rural and socially vulnerable communities across Alberta to the University. 

Committed to Better Healthcare

As a community leader, I advocated at the 2017 NDP government announcement to secure funding for the future Edmonton South West Hospital, which I am committed to seeing built. Being a caregiver to an elderly family member facing the recent challenges from COVID-19, I know we have a long way to go to take care of our seniors, children, and families health. 


Advocating for the future Edmonton South West hospital as Heritage Point Community League President at the NDP announcement in 2017

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Advocating for grant funding from the Provincial government to build playgrounds as Heritage Point Community League President

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Doorknocking with Team Hoyle during the 2021 municipal campaign

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Advocating for the future Edmonton South West hospital as Heritage Point Community League President at the NDP announcement in 2017

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