MINUTES

COMBINED MEETING OF COUNCIL

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IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBER
PRESENT:
  • Councillor S. Chu (Partial Remote Participation)
  • Councillor E. Spencer (Partial Remote Participation)
  • Councillor A. Chabot (Partial Remote Participation)
  • Councillor K. Penner
  • Councillor T. Wong (Partial Remote Participation)
  • Councillor J. Mian
  • Councillor R. Dhaliwal (Partial Remote Participation)
  • Councillor R. Pootmans
  • Councillor S. Sharp (Partial Remote Participation)
  • Councillor J. Wyness
  • Councillor P. Demong
  • Councillor D. McLean (Partial Remote Participation)
  • Councillor G-C. Carra (Partial Remote Participation)
  • Councillor C. Walcott (Partial Remote Participation)
  • Mayor J. Gondek
ALSO PRESENT:
  • City Manager D. Duckworth
  • City Solicitor and General Counsel J. Floen (Remote Participation)
  • General Manager C. Arthurs
  • General Manager K. Black
  • Chief Financial Officer C. Male
  • General Manager D. Morgan
  • General Manager M. Thompson
  • Deputy City Solicitor L. Davies
  • City Clerk K. Martin
  • Deputy City Clerk T. Mowrey
  • Legislative Advisor J. Clement
  • Legislative Advisor J. Palaschuk

Mayor Gondek called the Meeting to order at 9:31 a.m. on 2022 June 7.

ROLL CALL

Councillor Chu, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Chabot, Councillor Penner, Councillor Wong, Councillor Mian, Councillor Dhaliwal, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Demong, Councillor McLean, Councillor Carra, Councillor Walcott, and Mayor Gondek. 

Mayor Gondek provided opening remarks and provided a traditional land acknowledgement.

Mayor Gondek recognized the Edmonton Oilers win in the Battle of Alberta and the charitable contributions by both Edmonton City Council and Calgary City Council to The Kids with Cancer Society.

A presentation entitled "Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee" was distributed.

Mayor Gondek recognized Queen Elizabeth the II's Platinum Jubilee, marking 70 years as Sovereign of the Commonwealth. 

Mayor Gondek invited Councillor Spencer to speak about Garden Days. Councillor Spencer recognized that 2022 June 11 - June 19 as the National Week of Garden Days and the Celebration of gardening for Calgarians.

Mayor Gondek recognized June as Indigenous Heritage Month, Filipino Heritage Month, and Pride Month.

None

1. Councillor Dhaliwal

Topic: Excessive and illegal signage in Ward 5

2. Councillor Chabot

Topic: Missing links on pathways along 52nd Street NE and 32nd Avenue NE 

3. Councillor Wong

Topic: Battle of Alberta 

  • Moved byCouncillor Walcott
    Seconded byCouncillor Sharp

    That the Agenda for today's meeting be amended by setting Item 11.4.1 Notice of Motion - Housing and Affordability Task Force, EC2022-0638 to be dealt with immediately following Item 11.3.3. 

    For: (15)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Mayor Gondek, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Walcott, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, Councillor Wong, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Penner
    Seconded byCouncillor Walcott

    That the Agenda for today's meeting be amended by:

    • Correcting the title for Item 7.1.1 by deleting the words “June 21 Regular Meeting of Council - Boards, Commissions and Committees” following the words “Change start time of the” and substituting with “June 14 Council Meeting – Wholly Owned Subsidiaries AGM”.
    • Changing the time specific for Item 14.2.4. City Auditor Appointment, C2022-0695, to be dealt with following the lunch recess. 
    • Setting Item 11.3.2. Official Symbol of Calgary – City Bird, C2022-0427 as time specific, to be dealt with following the dinner recess.
    • Modifying the lunch recess to start at 11:45 a.m.
    For: (15)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Mayor Gondek, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Walcott, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, Councillor Wong, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Carra
    Seconded byCouncillor Chabot

    That the Agenda for today's meeting be amended by postponing the following Item to the 2022 July 5 Combined Meeting of Council:

    • Item 8.1.1 - Land Use Amendment in Inglewood (Ward 9) at 1420 – 15 Street SE, LOC2021-0192, CPC2022-0346
    For: (15)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Mayor Gondek, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Walcott, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, Councillor Wong, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Penner
    Seconded byCouncillor Pootmans

    That the Agenda for the 2022 June 7 Combined Meeting of Council be confirmed, as amended.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Chabot
    Seconded byCouncillor Demong

    That the Minutes of the 2022 May 10 Combined Meeting of Council be confirmed.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Dhaliwal
    Seconded byCouncillor Demong

    That the Consent Agenda be adopted as follows, after amendment:

7.20

  • MOTION CARRIED

    Council then dealt with Item 11.3.3.


  • By General Consent, this Item was postponed to the Call of the Chair. 

    This Item was dealt with following Item 11.4.5. 

    Administration in attendance during the Closed Meeting discussions with respect to Report IGA2022-0623:

    Clerks: K. Martin, T. Mowrey, and C. Nelson. City Manager: D. Duckworth. Law: J. Floen, L. Davies, and D. McGillivray. Advice: C. Arthurs, K. Cote, C. Male, K. McMillan, and D. Morgan.
    Moved byCouncillor Demong
    Seconded byCouncillor McLean

    That with respect to Confidential Verbal Report IGA2022-0623, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Approve Confidential Recommendation 1 contained in the Confidential Presentation; and
    2. Direct that the Presentation, Recommendations, and Closed Meeting discussions remain confidential pursuant to Sections 16 (Harmful to business interests of a third party), 21 (Disclosure harmful to intergovernmental relations), and 24 (Advice from officials) of Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, to be reviewed by 2023 May 19.
    For: (12)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED

    Council then dealt with Item 14.2.1.


By General Consent, this Item was postponed to the Call of the Chair.

This Item was dealt with following Item 11.4.1. 

  • Moved byCouncillor Wong
    Seconded byCouncillor Demong

    That with respect to Report CD2022-0465, the following be adopted: 

    That Council postpone Report CD2022-0465 to the 2022 July 5 Combined Meeting of Council. 

    For: (10)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Walcott, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Wong
    Against: (5)Mayor Gondek, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor Penner, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED

    Council recessed at 11:57 a.m. on 2022 June 7 and reconvened at 1:04 p.m. on 2022 June 7 with Deputy Mayor Mian in the Chair.

    ROLL CALL

    Councillor Penner, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Carra, Councillor Chabot, Councillor Chu, Councillor Dhaliwal, Councillor McLean, and Councillor Mian

    Absent from Roll Call: Councillor Wong, Councillor Demong, Councillor Walcott, and Mayor Gondek 

    Council then dealt with Item 14.2.4.


This Item was dealt with following Item 14.2.4.

A presentation entitled "LOC2021-0215 / CPC2022-0476 Policy and Land Use Amendment" was distributed with respect to Report CPC2022-0476.

​The Public Hearing was called and the following speakers addressed Council with respect to Bylaws 32P2022 and 82D2022:

  1. Lei Wang, Horizon Surveys
  2. Nancy Ann Fowler
  • Moved byCouncillor Carra
    Seconded byCouncillor Penner

    That with respect to Report CPC2022-0476, the following be adopted: 
    That Council:

    1. Give three readings to Proposed Bylaw 32P2022 for the amendment to the Bridgeland-Riverside Area Redevelopment Plan (Attachment 2); and
    2. Give three readings to Proposed Bylaw 82D2022 for the redesignation of 0.04 hectares ± (0.10 acres ±) located at 525 – 9 Street NE (Plan 4647V, Block 121, Lot 8) from Residential – Contextual One / Two Dwelling (R-C2) District to Residential – Grade-Oriented Infill (R-CG) District.
    For: (10)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    Against: (1)Councillor McLean
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 32P2022 be introduced and read a first time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 32P2022 be read a second time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 32P2022 a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 32P2022 be read a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 82D2022 be introduced and read a first time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 82D2022 be read a second time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 82D2022 a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 82D2022 be read a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED

A presentation entitled "LOC2022-0003 / CPC2022-0408 Policy and Land Use Amendment" was distributed with respect to Report CPC2022-0408.

​The Public Hearing was called and the following speakers addressed Council with respect to Bylaws 30P2022 and 76D2022:

  1. Clay Israelson, New Century Design
  2. Ryan Doherty, Pen Lake Ventures Inc.
  • Moved byCouncillor Penner
    Seconded byCouncillor Sharp

    That with respect to Report CPC2022-0408, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Give three readings to Proposed Bylaw 30P2022 for the amendment to the Killarney/Glengarry Area Redevelopment Plan (Attachment 2); and
    2. Give three readings to Proposed Bylaw 76D2022 for the redesignation of 0.06 hectares ± (0.14 acres ±) located at 3216 – 26 Avenue SW (Plan 1855W, Block 3B, Lots 39 and 40) from Residential – Contextual One / Two Dwelling (R-C2) District to Residential – Grade-Oriented Infill (R-CG) District.
    For: (11)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 30P2022 be introduced and read a first time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 30P2022 be read a second time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 30P2022 a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 30P2022 be read a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 76D2022 be introduced and read a first time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 76D2022 be read a second time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 76D2022 a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 76D2022 be read a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED

​The following documents were distributed with respect to Report CPC2022-0389:

  • A Revised Attachment 6; and
  • A presentation entitled "LOC2022-0002 / CPC2022-0389 Land Use Amendment".

The Public Hearing was called and Lei Wang, Horizon Surveys, addressed Council with respect to Bylaws 31P2022 and 79D2022.

  • Moved byCouncillor Penner
    Seconded byCouncillor Chabot

    That with respect to Report CPC2022-0389, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Give three readings to Proposed Bylaw 31P2022 for the amendment to the Bankview Area Redevelopment Plan (Attachment 2); and
    2. Give three readings to Proposed Bylaw 79D2022 for the redesignation of 0.06 hectares ± (0.14 acres ±) located at 1923 – 26 Avenue SW (Plan 4479P, Block 5, Lots 29 and 30) from Residential – Contextual One / Two Dwelling (R-C2) District to Multi-Residential – Contextual Grade-Oriented (M-CGd75) District.
    For: (11)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 31P2022 be introduced and read a first time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 31P2022 be read a second time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 31P2022 a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 31P2022 be read a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 79D2022 be introduced and read a first time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 79D2022 be read a second time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 79D2022 a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 79D2022 be read a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED

A presentation entitled "LOC2021-0135 / CPC2022-0432 Land Use Amendment" was distributed with respect to Report CPC2022-0432.

​The Public Hearing was called and the following speakers addressed Council with respect to Bylaws 4C2022 and 84D2022:

  1. Lois Sime, Spruce Cliff Community Association
  2. Darren Langille, Redline Real Estate
  • Moved byCouncillor Pootmans
    Seconded byCouncillor McLean

    That Recommendation 1 be amended by adding the words “including a new #4 Road Closure Condition as follows: “4. Register a temporary public access easement to the satisfaction of the Development Authority.”  following the words “adjacent to 3704, 3708 and 3712 – 8 Avenue SW, with conditions (Attachment 2)"

    For: (11)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Pootmans
    Seconded byCouncillor Penner

    That with respect to Report CPC2022-0432, the following be adopted, as amended:

    That Council:

    1. Give three readings to the Proposed Bylaw 4C2022 closure of 0.02 hectares ± (0.06 acres ±) of road (Plan 2210415, Area ‘A’), adjacent to 3704, 3708 and 3712 – 8 Avenue SW, with conditions (Attachment 2, including a new #4 Road Closure Condition as follows: “4. Register a temporary public access easement to the satisfaction of the Development Authority.”); and
    2. Give three readings to the Proposed Bylaw 84D2022 for the redesignation of 0.07 hectares ± (0.18 acres ±) located at 716 - 37 Street SW and the closed road located adjacent to 3704, 3708 and 3712 – 8 Avenue SW (Plan 2566GQ, Block 15, Lot 19; Plan 2210415, Area ‘A’) from Residential – Contextual One / Two Dwelling (R-C2) District and Undesignated Road Right-of-Way to Mixed Use – General (MU-1f3.0h22) District.
    For: (10)Councillor Carra, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    Against: (1)Councillor Chu
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 4C2022 be introduced and read a first time.

    Against: Councillor Chu

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 4C2022 be read a second time.

    Against: Councillor Chu

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 4C2022 a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 4C2022 be read a third time.

    Against: Councillor Chu

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 84D2022 be introduced and read a first time.

    Against: Councillor Chu

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 84D2022 be read a second time.

    Against: Councillor Chu

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 84D2022 a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 84D2022 be read a third time.

    Against: Councillor Chu

    MOTION CARRIED

A clerical correction was noted on Report CPC2022-0413, by removing the Public Submission Letter from Brenda Waddell contained in Attachment 6, and attaching to Item 8.1.16, Report CPC2022-0458.

A presentation entitled "LOC2022-0015 / CPC2022-0413 Land Use Amendment" was distributed with respect to Report CPC2022-0413.

The Public Hearing was called and Ahmed Gouda, Tricor, addressed Council with respect to Bylaw 77D2022.

  • Moved byCouncillor Sharp
    Seconded byCouncillor Spencer

    That with respect to Report CPC2022-0413, the following be adopted:

    That Council give three readings to Proposed Bylaw 77D2022 for the redesignation of 0.06 hectares ± (0.14 acres ±) located at 8103 – 47 Avenue NW (Plan 2660AP, Block 8, Lot 2) from Residential – Contextual One / Two Dwelling (R-C2) District to Residential – Grade-Oriented Infill (R-CG) District.

    For: (10)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    Against: (1)Councillor Chabot
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 77D2022 be introduced and read a first time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 77D2022 be read a second time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 77D2022 a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 77D2022 be read a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED

​The following documents were distributed with respect to Report CPC2022-0417:

  • A Revised Attachment 6; and
  • A presentation entitled "LOC2021-0220 / CPC2022-0417 Land Use Amendment".

The Public Hearing was called and Ahmed Gouda, Tricor, addressed Council with respect to Bylaw 78D2022.

  • Moved byCouncillor Sharp
    Seconded byCouncillor Wyness

    That with respect to Report CPC2022-0417, the following be adopted:

    That Council give three readings to Proposed Bylaw 78D2022 for the redesignation of 0.06 hectares ± (0.14 acres ±) located at 8340 – 47 Avenue NW (Plan 2660AP, Block 2, Lot 22) from Residential – Contextual One Dwelling (R-C1) District to Residential – Contextual One / Two Dwelling (R-C2) District.

    For: (12)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 78D2022 be introduced and read a first time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 78D2022 be read a second time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 78D2022 a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 78D2022 be read a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED

A presentation entitled "LOC2021-0221 / CPC2022-0512 Policy and Land Use Amendment" was distributed with respect to Report CPC2022-0512.

The Public Hearing was called and Winston Chow addressed Council with respect to Bylaws 33P2022 and 93D2022.

  • Moved byCouncillor Spencer
    Seconded byCouncillor Penner

    That with respect to Report CPC2022-0512, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Give three readings to Proposed Bylaw 33P2022 for the amendments to the Montgomery Area Redevelopment Plan (Attachment 2); and
    2. Give three readings to Proposed Bylaw 93D2022 for the redesignation of 0.06 hectares ± (0.14 acres ±) located at 5232 – 21 Avenue NW (Plan 4994GI, Block 51, Lot 3) from Residential – Contextual One Dwelling (R-C1) District to Residential – Contextual One / Two Dwelling (R-C2) District.
    For: (12)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 33P2022 be introduced and read a first time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 33P2022 be read a second time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 33P2022 a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 33P2022 be read a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 93D2022 be introduced and read a first time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 93D2022 be read a second time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 93D2022 a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 93D2022 be read a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED

​The following documents were distributed with respect to Report CPC2022-0459:

  • A presentation entitled "LOC2021-0123 / CPC2022-0459 Land Use Amendment"; and
  • A presentation entitled "Balmoral Lands (16 Avenue + 2 Street NE) Land Use Amendment Application - June 7 2022".

​The Public Hearing was called and the following speakers addressed Council with respect to Bylaws 89D2022 and 90D2022:

  1. Asia Walker, Mount Pleasant Community Association
  2. Brian Horton, o2 Design
  • Moved byCouncillor Sharp
    Seconded byCouncillor Penner

    That with respect to Report CPC2022-0459, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Give three readings to Proposed Bylaw 89D2022 for the redesignation of 0.36 hectares ± (0.89 acres ±) located at 311, 313, 315, 317, 319, 321 and 323 – 17 Avenue NW and 1713, 1717 and 1719 – 2 Street NW (Plan 2129O, Block 4, Lots 29 to 40, and a portion of Lot 28) from Multi-Residential – Contextual Medium Profile (M-C2) District and Multi-Residential – Low Profile Support Commercial (M-X2) District to Mixed Used - General (MU-1f4.0h20) District; and
    2. Give three readings to Proposed Bylaw 90D2022 for the redesignation of 0.32 hectares ± (0.79 acres ±) located at 308, 310 and 318 – 16 Avenue NW (Plan 2129O, Block 4, Lots 1 to 11) from Commercial – Corridor 1 f4.0h24 (C-COR1f4.0h24) District and Commercial – Corridor 1 (C-COR1f4.5h28) to Mixed Use – Active Frontage (MU-2f8.0h50) District.
    For: (11)Councillor Carra, Councillor Demong, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    Against: (1)Councillor Chu
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 89D2022 be introduced and read a first time.

    Against: Councillor Chu

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 89D2022 be read a second time.

    Against: Councillor Chu

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 89D2022 a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 89D2022 be read a third time.

    Against: Councillor Chu

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 90D2022 be introduced and read a first time.

    Against: Councillor Chu 

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 90D2022 be read a second time.

    Against: Councillor Chu

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 90D2022 a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 90D2022 be read a third time.

    Against: Councillor Chu

    MOTION CARRIED
A clerical correction was noted on Report CPC2022-0421, by removing Attachment 7, Public Submissions, and attaching to Item 8.1.1, Report CPC2022-0346.

A presentation entitled "LOC2021-0092 / CPC2022-0421 Land Use Amendment" was distributed with respect to Report CPC2022-0421.


The Public Hearing was called; however, no speakers addressed Council with respect to Bylaw 80D2022.

  • Moved byCouncillor Chabot
    Seconded byCouncillor Sharp

    That with respect to Report CPC2022-0421, the following be adopted:

    That Council give three readings to Proposed Bylaw 80D2022 for the redesignation of 0.11 hectares ± (0.27 acre ±) located at 122 – 12 Avenue NW (Plan 3946N, Block 7, Lots 25 to 28) from Multi-Residential – Contextual Low Profile (M-C1) District to Multi-Residential – Contextual Medium Profile (M-C2d155) District.

    For: (12)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 80D2022 be introduced and read a first time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 80D2022 be read a second time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 80D2022 a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 80D2022 be read a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED

    Council recessed at 3:13 p.m. on 2022 June 7 and reconvened at 3:48 p.m. on 2022 June 7 with Mayor Gondek in the Chair.

    ROLL CALL

    Councillor Chu, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Penner, Councillor Mian, Councillor Dhaliwal, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Demong, Councillor McLean, Councillor Carra, and Mayor Gondek

    Absent from Roll Call: Councillor Chabot (Remote Member) joined the meeting at 3:51 p.m. on 2022 June 7, Councillor Wong, and Councillor Walcott


A presentation entitled "LOC2021-0188 / CPC2022-0335 Land Use Amendment" was distributed with respect to Report CPC2022-0335.

The Public Hearing was called and Kendra Thiessen, K5 Designs, addressed Council with respect to Bylaw 86D2022.

  • Moved byCouncillor Chu
    Seconded byCouncillor McLean

    That with respect to Report CPC2022-0335, the following be adopted:

    That Council give three readings to Proposed Bylaw 86D2022 for the redesignation of 0.06 hectares ± (0.15 acres ±) located at 4320 Centre A Street NE (Plan 5988GT, Block 17, Lot 5) from Residential – Contextual One / Two Dwelling (R-C2) District to Multi-Residential – Contextual Grade-Oriented (M-CGd75) District.

    For: (13)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Mayor Gondek, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 86D2022 be introduced and read a first time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 86D2022 be read a second time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 86D2022 a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 86D2022 be read a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED

A presentation entitled "LOC2022-0026 / CPC2022-0473 Land Use Amendment" was distributed with respect to Report CPC2022-0473.

The Public Hearing was called and Lynlee Parker addressed Council with respect to Bylaw 83D2022.

  • Moved byCouncillor Chu
    Seconded byCouncillor Chabot

    That with respect to Report CPC2022-0473, the following be adopted:

    That Council give three readings to Proposed Bylaw 83D2022 for the redesignation of 0.06 hectares ± (0.15 acres ±) located at 5416 Centre A Street NE, (Plan 1495HB, Block 1, Lot 6) from Residential – Contextual One Dwelling (R-C1) District to Residential – Contextual One / Two Dwelling (R-C2) District.

    For: (13)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Mayor Gondek, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 83D2022 be introduced and read a first time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 83D2022 be read a second time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 83D2022 a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 83D2022 be read a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED

A presentation entitled "LOC2021-0191 / CPC2022-0452 Land Use Amendment" was distributed with respect to Report CPC2022-0452.

The Public Hearing was called and the following speakers addressed Council with respect to Bylaw 87D2022:

  1. Gary Knind, Bucci Developments
  2. Troy Abromaitis, Bucci Developments
  • Moved byCouncillor Chabot
    Seconded byCouncillor Chu

    That with respect to Report CPC2022-0452, the following be adopted:

    That Council give three readings to Proposed Bylaw 87D2022 for the redesignation of 2.57 hectares ± (6.35 acres ±) located at 3100 – 27 Street NE (Plan 2111519, Block 7, Lot 1) from Industrial – Business f0.5 (I-B f0.5) District to Direct Control (DC) District to accommodate a mix of commercial and industrial uses with guidelines (Attachment 3).

    For: (13)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Mayor Gondek, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 87D2022 be introduced and read a first time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 87D2022 be read a second time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 87D2022 a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 87D2022 be read a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED

​The following documents were distributed with respect to Report CPC2022-0466:

  • A presentation entitled "LOC2021-0205 / CPC2022-0466 Land Use Amendment"; and
  • A presentation entitled "Item 8.1.14 / 2600 48 AV NE LOC2021-0205 / CPC2022-0466".

The Public Hearing was called and Joanna Patton, CivicWorks, addressed Council with respect to Bylaw 88D2022.

  • Moved byCouncillor Chabot
    Seconded byCouncillor Sharp

    That with respect to Report CPC2022-0466, the following be approved:

    That Council give three readings to Proposed Bylaw 88D2022 for the redesignation of 1.99 hectares ± (4.91 acres ±) located at 2600 – 48 Avenue NE (Plan 2010044, Block 1, Lot 6) from Commercial – Corridor 3 f0.8h23 (C-COR3 f0.8h23) District and Commercial – Corridor 3 f0.18h23 (C-COR3 f0.18h23) District to Direct Control (DC) District to accommodate additional building height and floor area ratio, with guidelines (Attachment 2).

    For: (13)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Mayor Gondek, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 88D2022 be introduced and read a first time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 88D2022 be read a second time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 88D2022 a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 88D2022 be read a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED

​The following documents were distributed with respect to Report CPC2022-0434:

  • A presentation entitled "LOC2021-0090 / CPC2022-0434 Land Use Amendment"; and
  • A presentation entitled "Livingston Stage 1C Outline Plan & Land Use Amendment".

The Public Hearing was called and Patrick Wetter, Brookfield Residential, addressed Council with respect to Bylaws 91D2022 and 92D2022.

  • Moved byCouncillor Mian
    Seconded byCouncillor Sharp

    That with respect to Report CPC2022-0434, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Give three readings to Proposed Bylaw 91D2022 for the redesignation of 107.12 hectares ± (264.69 acres ±) located at 500 – 144 Avenue NE (Portion of N1/2 Section 3-26-1-5; Portion of SE1/4 Section 3-26-1-5) from Special Purpose – Future Urban Development (S-FUD) District to Residential – Low Density Mixed Housing (R-G) District, Residential – Low Density Mixed Housing (R-Gm) District; Multi-Residential – At Grade Housing (M-G) District, Multi-Residential – Low Profile (M-1) District, Mixed Use - General (MU-1f3.0h20) District, Special Purpose – School, Park and Community Reserve (S-SPR) District, Special Purpose – City and Regional Infrastructure (S-CRI) District, Special Purpose – Urban Nature (S-UN) District and Direct Control (DC) District to accommodate commercial developments, with guidelines (Attachment 5); and
    2. Give three readings to Proposed Bylaw 92D2022 for the redesignation of 12.19 hectares ± (30.12 acres ±) located at 500 – 144 Avenue NE and 15555 Centre Street NW (Portion of N1/2 Section 3-26-1-5; Portion of SE1/4 Section 3-26-1-5; Portion of NE1/4 Section 4-26-1-5) from Special Purpose – Future Urban Development (S-FUD) District to Direct Control (DC) District to accommodate mixed-use developments, with guidelines (Attachment 6).
    For: (13)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Mayor Gondek, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 91D2022 be introduced and read a first time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 91D2022 be read a second time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 91D2022 a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 91D2022 be read a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 92D2022 be introduced and read a first time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 92D2022 be read a second time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 92D2022 a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 92D2022 be read a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED

​The following documents were distributed with respect to Report CPC2022-0458:

  • A presentation entitled "LOC2022-0178 / CPC2022-0458 Land Use Amendment"; and
  • A presentation entitled "Sage Hill / Spray Group City of Calgary: June 7, 2022 Public Hearing".

​The Public Hearing was called and the following speakers addressed Council with respect to Bylaw 85D2022:

  1. Patrick Wetter, Spray Group / Genesis Land Development Corp.
  2. Brian Stoddard, Spray Group
  3. Arnie Stefaniuk, Genesis Land Development Corp.
  • Moved byCouncillor Demong
    Seconded byCouncillor Chu

    That with respect to Report CPC2022-0458, the following be adopted:

    That Council give three readings to Proposed Bylaw 85D2022 for the redesignation of 1.29 hectares ± (3.19 acres ±) located at 30 Sage Hill Row NW (Plan 2111238, Block 6, Lot 2) from Multi-Residential – Medium Profile (M-2) District to Multi-Residential – High Density Low Rise (M-H1) District.

    For: (10)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Mayor Gondek, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    Against: (2)Councillor McLean, and Councillor Wyness
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 85D2022 be introduced and read a first time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 85D2022 be read a second time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 85D2022 a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 85D2022 be read a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Wyness
    Seconded byCouncillor Sharp

    That with respect to Report CPC2022-0458, the following Motion Arising be adopted:

    That Council direct Administration to bring a recommendation to expand the transit on demand network to the 2022 July 26 Combined Meeting of Council.

    For: (12)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Mayor Gondek, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED

    Councillor McLean rose on a Question of Privilege.

    The Chair ruled on the Question of Privilege.

    Councillor Chabot (Remote Member) joined the meeting at 5:06 p.m. on 2022 June 7.


The Public Hearing was called; however, no speakers addressed Council with respect to the disposal of reserve in Sage Hill (Ward 2) at 4420 Sage Hill Dr. NW.

A presentation entitled "SB2021-0340 / CPC2022-0491 Disposal of Reserve" was distributed with respect to Report CPC2022-0491.

  • Moved byCouncillor Wyness
    Seconded byCouncillor Chu

    That with respect to Report CPC2022-0491, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Adopt, by resolution, the proposed disposition of 0.52 hectares ± (1.28 acres ±) located at 4420 Sage Hill Drive NW, (Plan 7410194, Block R1) described as Plan 2210182, Area A, with compensation to be deposited in the Reserve Fund in the amount of $1,282,000.00 in accordance with Administration’s recommendation; and
    2. Direct a designated officer to notify the registrar of the Southern Alberta Land Titles Office that the requirements of the Municipal Government Act have been complied with and request the removal of the Community Reserve designation.
    For: (12)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Mayor Gondek, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED

The Public Hearing was called; however, no speakers addressed Council with respect to Bylaw 34P2022.

Councillor Demong rose on a Point of Order.

The Chair ruled on the Point of Order.

  • Moved byCouncillor Demong
    Seconded byCouncillor Carra

    That with respect to Report CD2022-0469, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Give three readings to Proposed Bylaw 23M2022 for amendments to the Community Standards Bylaw 5M2004; and
    2. Give three readings to Proposed Bylaw 34P2022 for amendments to the Land Use Bylaw 1P2007
    For: (12)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Mayor Gondek, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    Against: (1)Councillor Chabot
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 23M2022 be introduced and read a first time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 23M2022 be read a second time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 23M2022 a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 23M2022 be read a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 34P2022 be introduced and read a first time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 34P2022 be read a second time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 34P2022 a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 34P2022 be read a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Demong
    Seconded byCouncillor Penner

    That with respect to Report CD2022-0469, the following Motion Arising be adopted:

    That Council direct Administration to:

    1. Review Calgary’s existing regulations, including the definition(s) of ‘recreational vehicle’;
    2. Conduct a jurisdictional scan of municipalities in Canada to review best practices for parking and use of recreational vehicles on private residential property;
    3. Engage citizens and other key stakeholders to solicit feedback regarding parking of recreational vehicles on private residential property; and 
    4. Report back to Council through the Community Development Committee no later than 2023 Q2.
    For: (13)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Mayor Gondek, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED

7.21 Calgary Climate Strategy - Pathways to 2050, CD2022-0465

  • Moved byCouncillor Mian
    Seconded byCouncillor Sharp

    That with respect to Report C2022-0758, the following be adopted:
    That Council:

    1. Adopt the updated Foothills Athletic Park Redevelopment Advisory Committee Terms of Reference (Attachment 1); and
    2. Schedule a 2022 June 29 meeting of the Foothills Athletic Park Redevelopment Advisory Committee.
    For: (13)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Mayor Gondek, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED

    Council then dealt with Item 11.4.2.


This Item was dealt with following Item 11.4.4.

  • Moved byCouncillor Penner
    Seconded byCouncillor Mian

    That with respect to Report C2022-0427, the following be adopted:

    That Council adopt the Black-capped Chickadee as the City Bird, an official symbol of Calgary.

    For: (11)Councillor Carra, Councillor Demong, Mayor Gondek, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    Against: (1)Councillor Chu
    MOTION CARRIED

    Council then dealt with Item 11.4.3


This item was dealt with following the Consent Agenda.

A presentation entitled "Violent Crime and Social Disorder Update to Council" was distributed with respect to Verbal Report C2022-0760.

Mayor Gondek left the Chair at 10:01 a.m. on 2022 June 7 and Deputy Mayor Mian assumed the Chair.

Mayor Gondek resumed the Chair at 10:04 a.m. on 2022 June 7.

  • Moved byCouncillor Walcott
    Seconded byCouncillor Penner

    That with respect to Verbal Report C2022-0760, the following be adopted:

    That Council receive the presentation for the Corporate Record. 

    For: (15)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Mayor Gondek, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Walcott, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, Councillor Wong, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED

By General Consent, Council modified the lunch recess to begin following the completion of this Item and Item 7.21.

  • Moved byCouncillor Walcott
    Seconded byCouncillor Carra

    That with respect to Notice of Motion EC2022-0638, the following be adopted:

    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED

    That Council direct Administration to:

    1. Return to Council during the 2023-2026 budget discussions with a workplan and budget request to support the work for a report to Council by 2023 Q3 considering:
      1. The development of a “Housing and Affordability Task Force,” that would report to Council with advice and policy recommendations relating to increasing, measuring, and managing Housing Affordability and Affordable Housing along the entire housing continuum, including a survey/review of existing programs, policies, and solutions both locally and in other relevant jurisdictions;
      2. An exploration of models for the creation of a “Housing Security Commission” to work in collaboration with The City, supportive housing providers, non-market housing providers, Calgary Housing Company, attainable homeownership providers, emergency shelters, the provincial and federal governments, to increase equitable outcomes for Calgarians seeking safe, affordable, and supportive housing; and
      3. Address these considerations as a part of the refreshed Corporate Affordable Housing Strategy.
    1. Report back to Council by 2023 Q1 with:
      1. A review of all City-owned parcels to ensure broad consideration for the Non-Market Land Sale, and modification of relevant corporate policies and practices, including the Non-Market Land Sale Policy, to ensure The City can capitalize on and leverage the Federal 2022 Budget commitments to Housing; and to better position The City to support the creation of more Affordable Housing; and
      2. Strategies to support non-profit and private sector efforts to better leverage the National Housing Strategy/Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation affordable housing and missing middle programs.
    For: (12)Councillor Carra, Councillor Demong, Mayor Gondek, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Walcott, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Wong, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    Against: (3)Councillor Chu, Councillor McLean, and Councillor Chabot
    MOTION CARRIED

    Council then dealt with Item 7.21.


This Item was dealt with following Item 11.3.1.

  • Moved byCouncillor Penner
    Seconded byCouncillor Mian

    That with respect to Notice of Motion EC2022-0627, the following be adopted:

    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED the 2022 property taxes for the Calgary Housing Company (CHC) properties be cancelled for the Municipal portion of $1,377,229.35, representing the 12 months in 2022;

    AND FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED that City Council request that the Mayor write a letter to the Government of Alberta requesting that the provincial requisition portion of the property taxes on CHC properties be cancelled for the 2022 tax year, with City Administration following through on this request with the Ministries of Municipal Affairs and Seniors and Housing;

    AND FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED that City Council consider passing a bylaw to exempt properties owned by Calgary Housing Company, from property tax, in future years.

    AND FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED as part of the promised Provincial review of Community Organization Property Tax Exemption Regulation that The City continue to advocate for reforms to exempt CHC and other non-profit housing providers from municipal and provincial property taxes, working with Alberta Municipalities and through other avenues as needed.

    For: (13)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Mayor Gondek, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED

    By General Consent, Council postponed Item 11.4.3 to the Call of the Chair. 

    Council then dealt with Item 11.4.4.


This Item was dealt with following Item 11.3.2.

A Revised Notice of Motion was distributed with respect to Notice of Motion EC2022-0662. 

Councillor Chabot (Remote Member) joined the meeting at 7:28 p.m. on 2022 June 7.

  • Moved byCouncillor Carra
    Seconded byCouncillor Penner

    That with respect to Revised Notice of Motion EC2022-0662, the following be adopted:

    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Council:

    1. Using the communities surrounding and adjacent to Crescent Heights, Scotsman’s Hill, Prince’s Island Park, Millennium Park, Red Mile, Prairie Winds and Elliston Park as pilots, directs Administration to:

      a. Engage with the broader community and event organizers to understand the scope of the issues and concerns in the area;
      b. Develop recommendations on how best to address event and landmark impacts to these select communities, with an optimized approach to address these issues and the operational and capital costs required to implement the recommendations; and,
      c. Develop a scalable event response plan to enable Administration to replicate and implement these measures across Calgary in affected communities, to minimize the impacts events have on surrounding communities.

    2. Approve one-time funding of up to $200,000 for multi-community engagement, event operations enhancements (such as increased communication practices), temporary event infrastructure supports and required staffing from the Economic Development and Policy Coordination (EDPC) budget, and to report back through the Community Development Committee with an implementation plan no later than September 2022; and
    3. Direct Administration to incorporate a request for resources with a funding strategy through the Eventful City Strategy, to support the implementation and continued work, and report back to Council through the 2023-2026 Service Plans and Budgets process in November 2022. 
    For: (13)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Mayor Gondek, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED

    Council then dealt with Item 11.4.5.


This Item was dealt with following Item 11.4.2.

  • Moved byCouncillor McLean
    Seconded byCouncillor Pootmans

    That with respect to Notice of Motion EC2022-0667, the following be adopted:

    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the 2022 Municipal portion of the property taxes for roll number 202762597 be cancelled for all of 2022 in the amounts of $11,831.40.

    AND FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED that The City of Calgary request the Mayor to write a letter to the Ministers of Education and Municipal Affairs requesting that The Province cancel the Provincial requisition portion of the property taxes on The Property for the 2022 tax year.

    For: (13)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Mayor Gondek, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED

    Council recessed at 5:58 p.m. on 2022 June 7 and reconvened at 7:17 p.m. on 2022 June 7 with Mayor Gondek in the Chair.

    ROLL CALL

    Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor Wyness, Councillor McLean, Councillor Chabot, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Demong, Councillor Chu, Councillor Dhaliwal, Councillor Spencer, and Mayor Gondek.

    Absent from Roll Call: Councillor Chabot, Councillor Walcott, and Councillor Wong.

    Council then dealt with Item 11.3.2.

     


This Item was dealt with following Item 11.4.3.

  • Moved byCouncillor Penner
    Seconded byCouncillor Carra

    That with respect to Report CD2022-0399 the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Give three readings to Proposed Bylaw 24M2022 to amend the Smoking and Vaping Bylaw 23M2018 with an effective date of 2022 August 1.
    For: (3)Councillor Carra, Councillor Penner, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    Against: (10)Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Mayor Gondek, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, and Councillor Chabot
    MOTION DEFEATED
  • Moved byCouncillor Penner
    Seconded byCouncillor Carra

    That with respect to Report CD2022-0399 the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    2. Give three readings to Proposed Bylaw 25M2022 to amend the Business Licence Bylaw 32M98 with an effective date of 2022 August 1.

    For: (12)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    Against: (1)Mayor Gondek
    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 25M2022 be introduced and read a first time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That Bylaw 25M2022 be read a second time.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • That authorization now be given to read Bylaw 25M2022 a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY
  • That Bylaw 25M2022 be read a third time.

    MOTION CARRIED

Mayor Gondek left the Chair at 8:10 p.m. on 2022 June 7 and Deputy Mayor Mian assumed the Chair.

  • Moved byCouncillor Penner
    Seconded byCouncillor Demong

    That pursuant to Sections 16 (Disclosure harmful to business interests of a third party), 19 (Confidential evaluations), 21 (Disclosure harmful to intergovernmental relations), 23 (Local public body confidences), 24 (Advice from officials), 25 (Disclosure harmful to economic and other interests of a public body), and 27 (Privileged information) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, Council now move into Closed Meeting at 8:13 p.m. on 2022 June 7, in the Council Boardroom, to discuss confidential matters with respect to the following Items:

    • 7.12. Government Relations Update (Verbal), IGA2022-0623
    • 14.2.1. Downtown Calgary Development Incentive Program – Application Funding Request (1), C2022-0603
    • 14.2.2. Downtown Calgary Development Incentive Program – Application Funding Request (2), C2022-0630
    • 14.2.3. Collective Bargaining Update (Verbal), C2022-0665
    • 14.2.5. Proposed Lease (Inglewood) - Ward 09 (2003 16 ST SE and 1650 20 AV SE), C2022-0756
    • 14.2.6. Legal Update (Verbal), C2022-0720
    For: (12)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED

    Councillor McLean (Remote Member) left the meeting at 9:02 p.m. on 2022 June 7 and joined at 9:06 p.m. on 2022 June 7.

    Council reconvened in public meeting at 9:31 p.m. on 2022 June 7 with Deputy Mayor Mian in the Chair.

    ROLL CALL

    Councillor Carra, Councillor Chabot, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Councillor McLean, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Dhaliwal, and Councillor Wyness

    Absent from Roll Call: Mayor Gondek, Councillor Wong, and Councillor Walcott


  • Moved byCouncillor Penner
    Seconded byCouncillor Demong

    That pursuant to Section 6(1) of the Procedure Bylaw 35M2017, Council suspend Section 79 of the Procedure Bylaw to forego the 9:30 p.m. recess.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Penner
    Seconded byCouncillor Pootmans

    That Council rise and report on Items 7.12, 14.2.1, and 14.2.2.

    MOTION CARRIED

7.12. Government Relations Update (Verbal), IGA2022-0623

​This Item was dealt with following Item 7.12.
A confidential presentation entitled "Items 14.2.1 & 14.2.2 Downtown Calgary Development Incentive Program – Application Funding Requests C2022-0603, C2022-0630" was distributed with respect to Report C2022-0603.
Administration in attendance during the Closed Meeting discussions with respect to Report C2022-0603:
Clerks: K. Martin, T. Mowrey, and C. Nelson. City Manager: D. Duckworth. Law: J. Floen, L. Davies, and M. Tolfree. Advice: C. Arthurs, B. Desjardins, C. Male, N. Marchut, S. McMullen, A. Mohamed, D. Morgan, and M. Thompson.
  • Moved byCouncillor Sharp
    Seconded byCouncillor Penner

    That with respect to Confidential Report C2022-0603, the following be adopted: 

    That Council:

    1. Approve Recommendations 1 and 2 contained in the presentation; and
    2. Direct that Report C2022-0603, the attachments, Closed Meeting recommendations 1 & 2, Closed Meeting discussions and presentation be held confidential pursuant to Sections 16 (Disclosure harmful to business interests of a third party), 19 (Confidential evaluations), 23 (Local public body confidences), and 24 (Advice from officials) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, to be reviewed by 2023 June 30.
    For: (10)Councillor Carra, Councillor Demong, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    Against: (2)Councillor Chu, and Councillor Chabot
    MOTION CARRIED
  • A confidential presentation entitled "Items 14.2.1 & 14.2.2 Downtown Calgary Development Incentive Program – Application Funding Requests C2022-0603, C2022-0630" was distributed with respect to Report C2022-0630.
    Administration in attendance during the Closed Meeting discussions with respect to Report C2022-0630:
    Clerks: K. Martin, T. Mowrey, and C. Nelson. City Manager: D. Duckworth. Law: J. Floen, L. Davies, and M. Tolfree. Advice: C. Arthurs, B. Desjardins, C. Male, N. Marchut, S. McMullen, A. Mohamed, D. Morgan, and M. Thompson.
    Moved byCouncillor Sharp
    Seconded byCouncillor Penner

    That with respect to Confidential Report C2022-0630, the following be adopted: 

    That Council:

    1. Approve Recommendations 1 and 2 contained in the presentation; and
    2. Direct that Report C2022-0630, Attachments, Closed Meeting Recommendations 1 & 2, Closed Meeting discussion and presentation be held confidential pursuant to Sections 16 (Disclosure harmful to business interests of a third party), 19 (Confidential evaluations), 23 (Local public body confidences), and 24 (Advice from officials) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, to be reviewed by 2023 June 30.
    For: (12)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Moved byCouncillor Pootmans
    Seconded byCouncillor Demong

    That Council recess at 9:38 p.m. on 2022 June 7 to reconvene at 1:00 p.m. on 2022 June 8.

    MOTION CARRIED

    Council reconvened at 1:04 p.m. on 2022 June 8 with Mayor Gondek in the Chair.

    ROLL CALL

    Councillor Chu, Councillor Carra, Councillor Sharp, Councillor McLean, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Dhaliwal, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Demong, Councillor Chabot, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor Wyness, and Mayor Gondek.

    Absent from Roll Call: Councillor Walcott and Councillor Wong (Remote Member) joined the meeting at 1:05 p.m. on 2022 June 8.


  • Moved byCouncillor Dhaliwal
    Seconded byCouncillor Pootmans

    That pursuant to Sections 23 (Local public body confidences), 24 (Advice from officials), 25 ( Disclosure harmful to economic and other interests of a public body), and 27 (Privileged information) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, Council now move into Closed Meeting at 1:05 p.m. on 2022 June 8, in the Council Boardroom, to discuss confidential matters with respect to the following Items:

    • 14.2.3. Collective Bargaining Update (Verbal), C2022-0665
    • 14.2.5. Proposed Lease (Inglewood) - Ward 09 (2003 16 ST SE and 1650 20 AV SE), C2022-0756
    • 14.2.6. Legal Update (Verbal), C2022-0720
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Councillor Wong (Remote member) left the meeting at 1:27 p.m. on 2022 June 8.

    Councillor Spencer (Remote Member) left the meeting at 1:37 p.m. and joined at 1:40 p.m. on 2022 June 8.

    Council reconvened in public meeting at 2:10 p.m. on 2022 June 8 with Mayor Gondek in the Chair.

    ROLL CALL

    Councillor Carra, Councillor Chabot, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Councillor McLean, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Dhaliwal, and Councillor Wyness, and Mayor Gondek.

    Absent for Roll Call: Councillor Wong and Councillor Walcott

    Moved byCouncillor Demong
    Seconded byCouncillor Carra

    That Council rise and report.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • Councillor Dhaliwal declared a Pecuniary Interest and abstained from discussion and voting with respect to Item 14.2.3, Collective Bargaining Update (Verbal), C2022-0665, because of financial implications. Councillor Dhaliwal left the Council Chamber at 2:12 p.m. on 2022 June 8.
    Administration in attendance during the Closed Meeting discussions with respect to Report C2022-0665:
    Clerks: K. Martin, and T. Mowrey. City Manager: D. Duckworth. Law: J. Floen and L. Davies. Advice: K. Black, C. Arthurs, D. Hamilton, M. Lavallee, C. Male, D. Morgan, and M. Thompson.
    Moved byCouncillor Mian
    Seconded byCouncillor Penner

    That with respect to Confidential Verbal Report C2022-0665, the following be adopted:

    That Council direct that the Closed Meeting discussions remain confidential pursuant to Sections 24 (Advice from officials) and 25 (Disclosure harmful to economic and other interests of a public body) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, to be reviewed 2024 June 7.

    For: (12)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Mayor Gondek, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, and Councillor Chabot
    MOTION CARRIED

    Following the vote on item 14.2.2, Councillor Dhaliwal returned to the Council Chamber at 2:13 p.m. on 2022 June 8.

    Council then dealt with Item 14.2.5.


This item was dealt with following Item 7.21.

  • Moved byCouncillor Pootmans
    Seconded byCouncillor Penner

    That pursuant to Sections 17 (Disclosure harmful to personal privacy), 19 (Confidential evaluations), and 24 (Advice from officials) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, Council now move into Closed Meeting at 1:07 p.m. on 2022 June 7, in the Council Boardroom, to discuss confidential matters with respect to the following Item: 

    • 14.2.4. City Auditor Appointment, C2022-0695
    For: (11)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED

    Council reconvened in public meeting at 1:24 p.m. on 2022 June 7 with Deputy Mayor Mian in the Chair.

    ROLL CALL

    Councillor Carra, Councillor Chabot, Councillor Chu, Councillor Dhaliwal, Councillor McLean, Councillor Penner, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Wyness, and Councillor Mian.

    Absent for Roll Call: Councillor Demong, Councillor Wong, Councillor Walcott, and Mayor Gondek


  • Moved byCouncillor Penner
    Seconded byCouncillor Spencer

    That Council rise and report.

    MOTION CARRIED
  • A confidential document entitled "City Auditor" was distributed with respect to Report C2022-0695.

    Administration in attendance during the Closed Meeting discussions with respect to Report C2022-0695:

    Clerks: K. Martin, T. Mowrey, and D. Williams. City Manager: D. Duckworth. Law: L. Davies. Advice: C. Male and C. Smillie. 
    Moved byCouncillor Pootmans
    Seconded byCouncillor Wyness

    That with respect to Confidential Report AC2022-0695, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Appoint Liz Ormsby as the City Auditor commencing June 8, 2022, pursuant to the terms and conditions of Bylaw 30M2004 as amended and subject to the terms and conditions of an employment agreement satisfactory in content to the Chair of the Audit Committee and the Acting Director of Human Resources and in form satisfactory to the City Solicitor;
    2. Authorize the Chair of the Audit Committee and the City Clerk to execute the employment agreement on behalf of The City of Calgary; and
    3. Direct that Report C2022-0695, Attachments 2 and 4 and the Closed Meeting discussions remain confidential pursuant to Sections 17 (Personal privacy), 19 (Confidential evaluations) and 24 (Advice from officials) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, to be reviewed by 2037 June 7.
    For: (11)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED

    Council then dealt with Item 8.1.2.


  • This Item was dealt with following Item 14.2.3.
    Administration in attendance during the Closed Meeting discussions with respect to Report C2022-0756:
    Clerks: K. Martin, T. Mowrey, and C. Nelson. City Manager: D. Duckworth. Law: J. Floen, L. Davies, and L. Lau. Advice: C. Arthurs, C. Berry, R. Dupuis, T. Fu, J. Halfyard, C. Male, D. Morgan, T. Ward, and M. Thompson.
    Moved byCouncillor Carra
    Seconded byCouncillor Penner

    That with respect to Confidential Report C2022-0756, the following be adopted:

    That Council:

    1. Authorize the Recommendations as outlined in Attachment 4; and
    2. Direct that the Recommendations, Report and Attachments remain confidential pursuant to Sections 23 (Local public body confidences), 24 (Advice from officials), and 25 (Disclosure harmful to economic and other interests of a public body) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, until the lease has been executed.
    For: (13)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Mayor Gondek, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED
  • Administration in attendance during the Closed Meeting discussions with respect to Report C2022-0720:
    Clerks: K. Martin, T. Mowrey, and C. Nelson. City Manager: D. Duckworth. Law: J. Floen and L. Davies. Advice: C. Arthurs, C. Male, D. Morgan, T. McLeod, C. Blaschuk, R. Morris, A. Vaney, and M. Thompson.
    Moved byCouncillor Pootmans
    Seconded byCouncillor Demong

    That with respect to Confidential Verbal Report C2022-0720, the following be adopted:

    That Council direct that the Closed Meeting discussions remain confidential pursuant to Section 27 (Privileged information) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

    For: (13)Councillor Carra, Councillor Chu, Councillor Demong, Mayor Gondek, Councillor Sharp, Councillor Spencer, Councillor Pootmans, Councillor McLean, Councillor Wyness, Councillor Mian, Councillor Penner, Councillor Chabot, and Councillor Dhaliwal
    MOTION CARRIED

None

Submitted by: Councillor Demong

Presently the City adjusts the monthly Tax Instalment Payment Plan (TIIP) program payments in June for the last 6 months of the year based on the “tax finalization day” number. Since this increase is only applied on the last 6 months of the year, many constituents believe their tax increase is twice what it is.

Rather than making our adjustments in June why do we not base January through December payments on the estimated tax rate from Council’s annual budget deliberation - and if necessary, make marginal adjustments in June - a practice that would reduce variance in monthly payments throughout the year, and allow Calgarians greater foresight in their personal budgeting?

Submitted by: Councillor Sharp

  1. What is the total cost of the Corporate Marketing Campaign on climate change, including promotion and staff time?
  2. How much has been spent on the Corporate Marketing Campaign since 2021?
  • Moved byCouncillor Pootmans
    Seconded byCouncillor Demong

    That this Council adjourn at 2:19 p.m. on 2022 June 8.

    MOTION CARRIED
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