DIANA HUSON

Regional Councillor | Town of Pelham
for the 2018-2022 Term

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About Diana

Diana Huson ran in her first campaign municipal election in 2018 as Pelham’s first ever female candidate for Regional Councillor. Her campaign emphasized the need for cooperation, collaboration and team work in local government noting that recent political infighting has been detrimental to Niagara and undermined the Region in a very public way. She emphasized her commitment to supporting those in our community who need it the most and supporting and empowering our small to mid-sized businesses. On October 18, 2018, she was successfully elected to public office, subsequently becoming Pelham’s first elected female Regional Councillor.

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Choosing the right option now means a better future

Choosing the right option now means a better future

This past week Niagara Regional Council was tasked with endorsing an option for our Natural Environment System (NES), which is an important component of Niagara’s new Official Plan. This document will guide how and where growth will take place across Niagara. The NES...

Strengthening Municipal Accountability – Have your say!

Strengthening Municipal Accountability – Have your say!

This month the Provincial Government commenced consultation to gather public feedback on strengthening accountability for municipal council members. Members of the public are encouraged to participate by filling out an online survey by July 15, 2021, which can be...

Vaccination Ire, Paramedic Support and Pitch in Week! 

Vaccination Ire, Paramedic Support and Pitch in Week! 

This week Public Health reached an important vaccination milestone – 100,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine administered across Niagara, representing approximately 20% of the population. With nearly 450,000 people residing in Niagara, this means our Public Health team...