Calgary voters in Wards 11 and 13 will vote in a new public school board trustee. Julie Hrdlicka, a long-time Calgarian community advocate and parent of two school-age children, was the first candidate to announce her intention to run.
Where Do I Vote?
Election Day: April 13
Finally it’s here! And we need your help. We will need volunteers all day from 8 am to 8 pm. We ask that you commit to at least a 3-hour shift, if possible. Check in at our campaign headquarters at Oakridge Community Centre, 9504 Oakfield Drive SW.
E-Day Party: April 13
Celebrate all the hard work we’ve done and watch the election results with Julie’s team. World Bier Haus 1600 in Glenmore Landing at 8 pm.
Julie in the News
Meet the CBE Wards 11 and 13 trustee candidates — part one Calgary Metro, April 11, 2015
Meet the CBE Wards 11 and 13 trustee candidates — part two Calgary Metro, April 11, 2015
Calgary school trustee candidates call for funding, parent input Calgary Metro,March 31, 2015 Julie’s response to the 2015 Budget The other race: potential candidates line up for CBE trustee byelection Calgary Herald, March 16, 2015 Pay for child care or quit work? Calgary families forced to choose Metro, March 4, 2015 Loss of full-day kindergarten means kids lose out Calgary Herald, February 28, 2015 Calgary Board of Education trustee candidate believes taxation powers should be returned to school boards Metro News, January 18, 2015 Funding for all-day kindergarten on hold: province Global News, December 30, 2014 Funded full-day kindergarten likely to remain shelved: education minister Calgary Herald, December 29, 2014 CBE byelection to fill vacant seat tentatively set for mid-April Calgary Herald, December 11, 2014 CBE byelection survey raises questions about relevance of school trustees Calgary Herald, November 26, 2014 Young families struggling to find child care: survey Calgary Herald, November 19, 2014 Alberta raises minimum wage Global News, September 1, 2014