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Madeleine Stout

People's Agenda


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Sand in high demand for icy sidewalks; committee endorses garbage fee freeze; officer charged after ASIRT investigation

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Police Chief Dale McFee told city council a decrease in funding would lead to a reduction in service levels, the Oilers are valued at US$1.1 billion, and St. Albert will remain involved in Edmonton Global.

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The city's first five permanent supportive housing developments will not open until spring 2022, concrete barriers from the 110 Street bike lane have been removed, and the Edmonton region could be a leader in the transition to a lower carbon economy.

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Council has approved funding for a temporary washroom strategy, planned transit fare increases are causing concern, and the city has received more than 5,000 sidewalk-specific complaints this winter.

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Outdoor ice rinks opened this weekend, DATS is now the Dedicated Accessible Transit Service, and 23 Indigenous children receiving child welfare services in Alberta have died this year.

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The Valley Line southeast is delayed again; survey shows desire for tax freeze or increase; Reuse Centre reopens after pandemic pause.

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The province has announced changes to photo radar enforcement, Edmonton police are now using the rescu app, and Alberta is investing $81.2 million to develop homegrown vaccine manufacturing capabiilities.

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Hawrelak Park will be fully closed for three years for major infrastructure upgrades, EPSB has approved a day off for National Indigenous Peoples Day, and Meals on Wheels is struggling with fundraising efforts.

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Residential roads to be groomed and sanded; advocates ask public school board to recognize more religious holidays; social programs and sports groups appeal for funding

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