Community Endorsements

“Theresa has been an accessible, tireless and enthusiastic supporter of important community greening projects that directly impacted the lives of neighbours and students. She would be a terrific councillor for Bay Ward.” – Tom Marcantonio, from the Bayshore Park Community Oven and advocate for the Woodpark Common Ground Community Garden.

“Theresa is a skilled problem solver who can bring people together to find common ground. That is what we need in a City Councillor – someone who will listen and then act. I know she will be a stronger voice on behalf of our community and its residents.” – Marlene Catterall, who represented Bay Ward residents as MP for Ottawa West and Ottawa West-Nepean ridings from 1988-2006, and sat on City Council as the councillor for the former Britannia Ward says our community and its people needs more women like Theresa Kavanagh on Council!

“I feel that Theresa Kavanagh is the best choice for Councillor of Bay Ward. She understand this ward because she has already worked tirelessly as board trustee, and I know she follows through. I love her passion for the peoples she serves! She is the one who rolls up her sleeves and helps us when we have community events, and she will work hard for us at city hall. She has all the qualities I feel the city Councillor for Bay Ward needs!” – Cheryl Andrew is the Former Bayshore P.S. Council Chair and Bayshore Park Community Garden Coordinator

“I support Theresa Kavanagh for Bay Ward City Councillor because I trust that she will bring the same consultative approach to City Hall that she has demonstrated over two terms as our School Board Trustee. She has shown us time and again that she is driven, capable, and dedicated to listening to her constituents.

Theresa was an ally for Lakeview parents when we needed her most. When Lakeview public school was faced with losing our French immersion program, Theresa listened to the community, took our ideas and needs into account, and acted on our behalf to enact a long term solution that made sense.” – Susie Crowe, Crystal Beach Lakeview resident and Lakeview parent