Rommel Silverio

Candidate in the Kam Lake Yellowknife race.

Rommel can be reached on social media, at rommel.silverio2015@gmail.com, or by calling (867) 445-6229.

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Councillors increase Yellowknife taxi age limit to 15 years

March 2, 2022

Cabin Radio - ...said. Mufandaedza’s motion ultimately passed with Mayor Rebecca Alty and councillors Mufandaedza, Williams, Konge, Steve Payne, Julian Morse and Rommel Silverio in favour. Following that amendment, the final reading of the bylaw change passed unanimously. Councillors plan a more thorough review of the...

YK councillors agree to censure Konge for ‘inappropriate’ comments

March 1, 2022

Cabin Radio - ...training. On Monday evening, Mayor Rebecca Alty and councillors Stacie Smith, Shauna Morgan, Julian Morse, Robin Williams, Cynthia Mufandaedza, and Rommel Silverio voted to censure Konge. Other options included removing Konge from a meeting or providing cultural awareness training, which the city has already...

Yellowknife city council to vote tonight on vaxx proof rules

February 28, 2022

NNSL Media - ...Morgan, Julian Morse, Mayor Rebecca Alty, and Robin Williams voted for approval the vaccine policy during the vote, while Steve Payne, Niels Konge, Rommel Silverio, and Stacie Smith voted against...

Yellowknife budget passes, locking in 5.56-percent tax increase

December 13, 2021

Cabin Radio - ...the chart presented to councillors, “so we don’t have to do those jumbo jumps.” Alty’s amendment passed with councillors Robin Williams and Rommel Silverio opposed. The budget’s second and third reading passed with only Konge opposed. Emily Blake contributed...

YK budget including funds for reconciliation

November 10, 2021

CKLB 101.9 - ...voted against it included councillors Niels Konge, who apologized last week after comparing the vaccine mandate to racial segregation; Steve Payne; Rommel Silverio, a registered nurse; and Stacie...

Yellowknife city council approves COVID-19 vaccine mandate in 5-4 vote

November 9, 2021

CBC North - ...who voted in favour were Alty, Couns. Shauna Morgan, Julian Morse, Cynthia Mufandaedza and Robin Williams voted in favour. Couns. Stacie Smith, Rommel Silverio, Niels Konge and Steve Payne were opposed. 'The winter is long' Coun. Cynthia Mufandaedza, in support of the mandate, said the decision has been...

Yellowknife councillors approve proof of vaccination

November 8, 2021

Cabin Radio - ...discussion – Shauna Morgan and Julian Morse, joined Mayor Rebecca Alty and Williams in supporting the move. Councillors Niels Konge, Steve Payne, Rommel Silverio, and Stacie Smith opposed the requirement voicing concerns with fairness. The NWT government introduced territory-wide rules late last month,...

Yellowknife city council set to vote on proof-of-vaccine policy

November 8, 2021

CBC North - ...indoor facilities. When city politicians debated the policy as a committee last Monday, five councillors (Niels Konge, Steve Payne, Stacie Smith, Rommel Silverio and Robin Williams) voiced their opposition to a proof-of-vaccine mandate at indoor city facilities. Some argued unvaccinated residents pay taxes...

Mayor Rebecca Alty on Yellowknife city council’s vaccine mandate divide

November 3, 2021

CBC North - ...it would ban people who choose not get vaccinated. Five city councillors objected to the idea, including Niels Konge, Steve Payne, Stacie Smith, Rommel Silverio and Robin Williams. Mayor Rebecca Alty and councillors Shaun Morgan and Julian Morse expressed support for the policy. Coun. Cynthia Mufandaedza was...

Yellowknife councillors oppose proof of vaccination at facilities

November 2, 2021

Cabin Radio - ...apologized for “the horrible comparison” shortly after Mayor Rebecca Alty said the two were “very different.” Councillors Robin Williams, Rommel Silverio, and Stacie Smith also voiced opposition to the vaccination requirement on the grounds of fairness. “I think fairness is always the best and,...

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