Fort Saskatchewan resident Curtis Dominique is looking to bring new ideas to city council.
Dominique, who has a background in technology, will be competing against 14 others for a spot.
"We didn't decide until almost the last moment," said Dominique. "My platform is modernization, there's so much we can do. Everybody is talking about lowering taxes, well we can use technology to do that."
The eight-year Fort Saskatchewan resident is looking to do most of his campaigning on social media. His goals includes online events and some public interaction.
"Politics has always fascinated me, I would be honoured to get voted in."
He is looking to be the positive change on council that's been loudly heard across social media over the past few months.
"I'm going back to modernization, where can we tweak little things to make our lives better, safer, cleaner, faster? These are what I want to implement," added Dominique. "I'm one voice in seven, so I could be trying to institute a ton of changes, but I'm just one voice."
As for the pool plebiscite, Dominique said he would like to hear what the people of Fort Saskatchewan want.
Dominique hosts a Podcast and a video segment called 'Exploring Fort Saskatchewan'.




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