Elizabeth De Luisa

Born and raised in Sudbury, Elizabeth earned her Urban Planning Degree at Ryerson University in Toronto. She began her career as a Market and Housing Analyst with CMHC. While with CMHC, she moved to Halifax to assume the position of Senior Market and Housing Analyst and then to Saint John as Regional Strategic Planner. Later in her career she worked as a Planning Consultant, Her clients ranged from government, developers, non-profits, and private industry. She's worked on a broad range of projects, some of which include, land use plans, municipal strategic plans, housing affordability, recreation plans, ice allocations, and cycling infrastructure. She's written a number of FCM (Federation of Canadian Municipalities) grant and loan applications and helped secure over $15million for the City of Saint John for their energy efficiency initiative. Elizabeth is the Executive Officer for the Sudbury Home Builders' Association, a non-profit that advocates for housing affordability. She lives in Ward 11, where she was raised, garden, creates art and cycle as a mean of transportation. Elizabeth is a mother of two boys. She is running to be the councilor for Ward 11 in Sudbury, ON.

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