A VOICE FOR YOU:
Our city is rapidly changing, and change is inevitable. In our digital age, I will foster open communication between the city and residents by encouraging a multi-modal approach to communications – to meet you where you are. I will be your partner and your champion to guide our city’s decisions by encouraging robust outreach and strong community engagement in the decision-making process. And I will always make my decisions based on the needs of the city, of the residents, and the facts before me.
PRIORITIZING PUBLIC SAFETY:
Residents who feel safe put down roots – sending their children to public schools, starting local businesses, and strengthening our community. As a city council member, I will encourage the collaborative approach our police and fire departments employ and continue to support the strong bonds they have formed within our community.
Windsor’s demographics are changing, and we need to be creative and proactive about public transportation to make sure all of our residents can continue to access all that our community has to offer. For example, our seniors should have the choice to ‘age at home’ and have a way to reach the services they want and need.
A 21ST CENTURY CITY:
Our city already leads the way in the things that create our great quality of life, from safe neighborhoods, great schools, and a thriving business community. But, as a fully developed community, we will need leaders who are creative, collaborative, and communicative to balance the growth of the economy with the housing and service needs of our friends and neighbors, all while preserving our quiet neighborhood character. I want to build on the strong legacy of partnerships that brought us outstanding community benefits such as the adventure Bay Family Water Park, Rt. Hon. Herb Gray Parkway, Gordie Howe Bridge, WFCU Center. The multitude of our community programs fosters inclusion, vitality, and quality of life for people of all ages, and is a hallmark of Windsor and Essex County and that should continue.
Attracted to great schools and wonderful quality of life Wiquar Husain and his family moved to Windsor 14 years ago and put down roots in Southwood’s Lakes. All his three children went to Massey High School and are now pursuing professional studies from Western and Waterloo universities.
He volunteered on City of Windsor advisory committees and at multicultural council which gave him opportunity to understand the working at city hall. Volunteering at multicultural council gave him opportunity to understand people’s issues. He was actively participated in community and was past president of India Canada Association which help him interact with community leaders and form relationship with them.
Wiquar Husain has undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering from India and a masters in Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, IMSE from University of Windsor. He is a certified project management professional, PMP.
He worked as Assistant Professor in India and as Mechanical project manager in middle east. In Windsor, he has business interests in real estate development and healthcare services. He successfully established pediatrics walk-in and K-HELP (Kazmie -Healthy Eating and Lifestyle Program) which are very helpful for the community.
He is married to Dr Huma Kazmie for 24 years and has three children. Dr Kazmie is a pediatrician and has been serving the Windsor community since 2004. She works at the hospital and has her own office.
Wiquar Husain and his family is committed to the community and dedicated to the progress.
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