An incumbent alderman in the southeast has won the backing of his top opponent the last election.
Peter Demong was endorsed on Thursday by Richard Dur, who placed second in the 2010 vote.
Dur is a business owner who has in the past worked for the Wildrose Party.
Demong said endorsements can't be overlooked.
"It's a matter of showing that I have the faith and understanding from a number of varied sources that believe in what I'm standing for,” he said.
Dur said the endorsement was unsolicited.
"Well, they did promise me a bouquet of flowers for my wife, so I guess that's some inducement,” he said outside Demong’s flower shop-turned-campaign office.
Demong has several endorsements already, including from incumbent mayor Naheed Nenshi, who supports all of council.
The two haven't seen eye to eye on many issues, such as secondary suites and how to spend $52-million in tax room vacated by the province.
Demong said he isn’t playing that card very much.
"No, that's not required in Ward 14."
Demong is running against Shawn Kao who also ran in the ward in the 2010 election.