Emilie’s vision for College Ward: a safe and vibrant community where people, families and businesses thrive.

The City of Ottawa makes decisions that affect you every day:  from controlling the traffic on roads, to the frequency of buses, to how you put out your garbage.  City Council should make those decisions with your input. 

It’s not enough for your City Councillor to talk to you now, and then think she is representing your interests after the election – the conversation must continue after the election.

I will make College Ward a stronger community where people are connected to City Council decision-making.

I see College Ward as a safe and vibrant community, where all residents enjoy an excellent quality of life.

Here is how I will put my experience to work to make that happen.

Emilie's Platform

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Spending with common sense
Listening and acting on your concerns and ideas.

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Sensible traffic and public transit
Improved safety on College Ward streets and gaining better access to buses.

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Safe and vibrant neighbourhoods
Collaborating with you to make College Ward a wonderful community to live, work and play.

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About Emilie

Emilie Coyle is a mother, lawyer, community builder and proud third generation resident of College Ward.

As Councillor for College Ward, Emilie will bring her professionalism, dedication and enthusiasm to help build better communities and a more vibrant city.

Currently the Director of the Refugee Sponsorship Support Program, housed at the University of Ottawa, Emilie has practiced family, criminal and immigration law. She is a long-time champion of public engagement and has a proven track record of community engagement and leadership.

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Why Emilie?

Joan Wright
“Emilie is a community leader with an impressive professional background and a track record of getting things done. She is dedicated to public service— she will be an outstanding Councillor for College Ward and the future of our city.”
-Joan Wright, Bells Corners resident
Jackie Bonisteel
“I have worked with Emilie professionally and have always been impressed by her commitment to community service. As a local business owner, I am proud to support Emilie for City Councillor and am confident that she will work tirelessly to make sure that all voices within College Ward are represented."
-Jackie Bonisteel, Immigration Lawyer, CILF Law Firm at 84 Centrepointe Drive
Mengistab Tsegaye
“I had the honor and the privilege to work with Emilie on several community issues and I have always admired her integrity and commitment to social justice. Emilie is a great leader and our community and our city will be in great hands.”
-Mengistab Tsegaye, Leslie Park resident
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    Emilie Coyle Releases Campaign Contributions

    Emilie Coyle, candidate for City Councillor in College Ward, today publicly released the list of contributions made to her campaign, for all amounts of $100 and more, as well as the total amount of contributions under $100. 

    “As part of my ongoing commitment to financial openness and transparency, I’m releasing this information before election day, rather than after. Voters have a right to know who is financially supporting a candidate before they cast their ballot."

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    Emilie Coyle Announces College Ward Community Town Hall on October 11

    Upon being notified that the All Candidates’ Forum organized by eight College Ward Community Associations is cancelled as the incumbent would not be available at any of the three dates offered by the associations, Emilie Coyle announced today that she will be hosting a Community Town Hall on October 11.

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