City of Leduc
Ryan Pollard is a lawyer working for the Alberta Crown Prosecution Service. He lives in Leduc with his wife, Shannon, a school librarian at Linsford Park School and Willow Park School, his daughter Anna, a student at the University of Alberta, and sons Isaac and Elijah, students at Leduc Composite High School.
Ryan is originally from Prince Edward Island. He worked his way through the University of Prince Edward Island and the University of New Brunswick by pumping gas and driving taxi. He was called to the bar of Prince Edward Island in 2006, moving to Alberta in 2009 as the opportunity arose to pursue his calling as a prosecutor.
Ryan is dedicated to his community, and especially concerned with youth. He has volunteered with Royal Canadian Air Cadets and Scouts Canada, and sits on the Family and Community Support Services Board with the city of Leduc.
Ryan is an outdoor enthusiast, and especially enjoys camping and hiking, as well as walking his dog on the trails and in the green spaces of Leduc. He loves going on road trips with his family and exploring the hidden corners of Alberta. He is an avid table-top gamer. He is also a supporter of the arts, and for instance, regularly takes in performances at the Maclab Centre for the Performing Arts.
Do you support welcoming a diversity of housing types throughout Leduc?
Ensuring sufficient housing, including home ownership, is a priority for me. Cities must ensure that development goes ahead in a way that ensures that all may count on an affordable roof over their heads. To this end, I support a diversity of housing throughout Leduc. I anticipate developers will be invaluable partners in ensuring appropriate and adequate housing is in places for all citizens.
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