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Climate Action

Increasing density is the most impactful thing a city can do to reduce its GHG emissions. Allowing dense infill housing will help us reduce transport and heating emissions while preserving invaluable natural areas.

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Suburban development
Financial Sustainability

Edmonton loses money on every new suburb that's built. If we allow new housing in areas where infrastructure already exists, we can bolster the city's revenues, improving our services while keeping property taxes low.

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Low rise apartment

Housing shortages have resulted in sky-high housing costs across the country. Allowing more homes in more places will boost the supply of housing and help bring costs under control.

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Who We Are

Grow Together YEG is a coalition of everyday citizens advocating for a more sustainable, vibrant and affordable Edmonton.

Get Involved

Zoning Bylaw Renewal goes to a public hearing and vote on October 16th and there will be a lot of opposition from NIMBYs.

Make sure your voice is heard too! We've got a step by step guide for signing up for the public hearing and speaking to council.