Calgary-Glenmore: Allie Tulick

Allison (Allie) Tulick has a Bachelor of Science in Archeology and Chemistry. She is a mom, a dog rescuer, and a fourth-generation Albertan committed to the environment, health care, education, animal rights, senior inclusion and community issues affecting individuals and families.

She has served on her community board for 10 years, including three years as president. Under her leadership, the community was successful in repealing a development permit for a 24-hour McDonald’s drive-thru restaurant; celebrated the community association’s 50th anniversary attended by the mayor; strengthened relations with its neighbours, the Tsuut’ina Nation; experienced the highest community membership in recent years; facilitated a special hearing for residents directly impacted by the Southwest Calgary Ring Road utility corridor; secured funding for the new senior lunch community initiative, and worked with the City of Calgary on the re-location of the stormwater outfall to protect the Weaselhead Natural Environment Area.

As one of the successful appellants in the Environmental Appeals Board hearing for the Southwest Calgary Ring Road, she made historical and environmental contributions to residents along the southwest corridor. Her in-depth knowledge of the road and its impact on our communities will serve Calgary-Glenmore well.