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Mark in the news on the issues that matter to you.
Mark sat down with Ottawa Life Magazine to chat about his vision for Ottawa and what it means to him to shape a strong and sustainable future for this city, keep life affordable, and deliver on the services that all Ottawa residents need.
Ottawa Life Magazine
Randall Denley: "At last, Ottawa has an interesting mayoral race. The candidacy of broadcaster, entrepreneur and community volunteer Mark Sutcliffe provides an attractive choice..."
When my wife, Ginny, and I told our children that I was planning to run to be the next mayor of Ottawa, my 13-year-old son Jack asked me, “Why do you want to be mayor?” — It’s an important question....
"Vowing to bring “new leadership” to city hall, well-known Ottawa entrepreneur and broadcaster Mark Sutcliffe has officially thrown his hat into the ring to become the city’s next mayor..."
Ottawa Business Journal
If he’s elected to the mayor’s office, Mark Sutcliffe says Ottawa can expect to see more places to charge electric vehicles and e-bikes, a million trees planted by the end of his term and technology-based waste-to-energy solutions instead of a new dump or expansion of the existing landfill.
Sutcliffe said, as mayor, he would take practical, immediate and achievable actions to make the workings of the city more energy efficient, reduce emissions, and preserve the natural beauty of our nation's capital.
Le candidat à la mairie d’Ottawa Mark Sutcliffe dévoile sa plateforme environnementale et s’engage à investir 100 millions de dollars durant le prochain mandat pour rendre des édifices municipaux carboneutres.
Mark Sutcliffe would hire more police officers, open a new station in the ByWard Market and push to install CCTV cameras in an effort to deter crime, the mayoral candidate said Thursday.
Mayoral candidate Mark Sutcliffe said he plans to bring a balanced approach that will respect the needs of motorists, cyclists and pedestrians, ensuring that roads are safe and reliable for all of Ottawa.