Board of Calgary River Communities Action Group Association
Tony Morris
Tony Morris is a Partner with the international law firm Norton Rose Fulbright and has lived in Roxboro with his wife Jennifer Strain and their three boys, for the past 10 years. He’s committed to revitalizing Calgary’s fantastic inner core and keeping these communities and the downtown safe from future rising waters.
Daryl Rudichuk
Daryl Rudichuk and his wife Lori are 25 year residents of Rideau Park, with their two children attending Rideau Park School and Western High School from start to finish.While both of their children have now moved out on their own, they live within walking distance of the family home kitchen, and remain very attached to the community in which they were raised.If the flood of 2013 had any redeeming outcomes, it was that residents of Rideau / Roxboro may not have fully appreciated the value of the community until it was threatened.
Brenda Leeds Binder
Born and raised in Calgary – has left a number of times but keeps returning to this great city of ours! Resident of East Elbow Park, and with husband Bob has 3 children in the community schools. Elbow Park Representative on the Glenlake Minor Hockey Association Board of Directors. Intellectual property lawyer at Suncor Energy. Committed to the protection and sustainability of our inner city communities and downtown Core.

Steve Forrest
Steve Forrest, B.Comm. MBA. Rideau Park homeowner born and raised Calgarian, with many family members also affected by the both the 2013 and 2005 floods. Committed to ensuring our communities and downtown Calgary are protected from future floods. Over twenty years of working in the Calgary oil industry.

Rob Nieuwesteeg
Bowness resident for 4 years and is President of Mud Master Drilling Fluid Services and OptiFrac Chemical Services. Rob and his wife Siren, and their son Clark moved to Bowness to enjoy the natural beauty of “living in the country” in the heart of our great city. Rob is committed to ensuring the that the inner city communities along our two rivers and the downtown core are protected against future flooding.

Gloria Mak



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