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Kevin Holowack

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Recent work by Kevin

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Headlines: May 20, 2022

Police chief fast-tracks increased downtown patrols; Jason Kenney to stay on as UCP leader until replaced; developers warn of housing shortage

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Headlines: May 19, 2022

Jason Kenney resigns; Dan Knott School renamed kisêwâtisiwin; Edmonton Public School Board faces budget crunch

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Headlines: May 18, 2022

Vision Zero reports 50% drop in crash-caused fatalities since 2015; Elks report $1.1 million loss after dreadful season; U of A president touts funding to grow "high demand programs" while humanities professors lament devaluation

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Headlines: May 17, 2022

Greater police presence called for and questioned at committee meeting; mayors get in on Battle of Alberta; construction season to see 250+ projects worth $1.9B

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A new interchange in Leduc will support logistics in the region; the Edmonton Public Library has launched a new program to support childhood literacy; the Edmonton Stingers prepare for the upcoming season.

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The city has announced a new Community Safety and Well-Being Strategy aimed at building a safe and inclusive city; council has approved $860K in one-time funding for encampment response; Darnell Nurse will miss Game 6 as the Oilers look to avoid elimination.

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Coun. Tim Cartmell wants to see faster development at Blatchford; the Edmonton Regional Innovation Network and Innovate Edmonton have secured $4.8 million in funding; Edmonton will host the Junos in 2023.

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Maintaining current service levels could require an 8.5% tax increase in 2023; the Edmonton Pride Festival is returning to Churchill Square on June 25 this year; the city is calling on Edmontonians to take the Moose Hide Pledge.

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Headlines: May 6, 2022

New space sought for donations to refugees and victims of emergencies; mayoral candidate spent $220,000+ of his own money on campaign; Edmonton's work-life balance said to be tops in Canada

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