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Naheed Nenshi Gives Council An A Grade, Two Years After The Calgary Mayor's Election Win

10/18/2012 08:04 EDT | Updated 10/19/2012 09:53 EDT
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Naheed Nenshi, the young charismatic mayor of Calgary during a conference on business opportunities in his town at The Hyatt Regency in Montreal on September 22, 2011. Being just an hour off Twitter is difficult for Calgary's savvy mayor, a Muslim who has gained authority despite his young age thanks to his charisma, humor and projects in the conservative city. 'In Canada and in particularly in Calgary, it's possible to do and to be anything regardless of where you come from,' said Naheed Nenshi, smiling broadly beneath his small-framed glasses and brown curly hair, during a visit to Montreal to attract investor to his city. AFP PHOTO / Marie Laure JOSSELIN (Photo credit should read Marie Laure JOSSELIN/AFP/Getty Images)

Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi celebrated two years in office by grading his fellow council members and giving them an A-, The Calgary Sun reports.

Nenshi talked to reporters and graded council after attending a Canadian Citizenship Ceremony.

"We've opened government up, made it more accessible, made it more transparent, encouraged people to participate more - not just in government but in the community,” the Mayor told CityTV.

"There's always room to do better, but I'd give us a solid A-," he added.

He also told The Calgary Sun he refused to give himself a mark, saying "self-evaluation is always the most difficult."

The mayor thanked the Calgarians on Twitter, saying, "Two years ago today, you gave me the amazing and humbling opportunity to serve as your mayor. Thank you."

As the Mayor completes two years as mayor, we want to ask you: What do you think of Nenshi's run up to this point and how would you grade him?

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