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Mariam Ibrahim

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Headlines: Nov. 28, 2022

Boyle Street's relocation plans hindered by development permit denial; Clover Bar landfill continues to release greenhouse gas more than a decade after its closure; Alphonso Davies' historic World Cup goal not enough to save Team Canada from elimination

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Headlines: Nov. 24, 2022

Council's executive committee supports $7.5 million in funding to create new shelter spaces; urban planning committee reviews first draft of new zoning bylaw; province announces $20 million in funding for Alberta food banks, charities and non-profits

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Headlines: Nov. 23, 2022

ETS annual Stuff a Bus campaign runs Nov. 23-27; Alberta Premier Danielle Smith announces $2.4-billion inflation relief package; non-profits call on province to provide $30 million in relief funding

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Headlines: Nov. 21, 2022

Two-thirds of support pillars on the Valley Line Southeast LRT line are now in need of repair, TransEd says; advocacy groups are concerned about the fire risk to unhoused Edmontonians; city soccer fans are gearing up for Team Canada's first World Cup match this week

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Headlines: Nov. 18, 2022

Blatchford residents say a city plan for natural gas heating contradicts the neighbourhood's sustainability goals; Edmonton police release guns and gangs strategy; More resources and temporary washrooms provided in response to ongoing shigella outbreak

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Headlines: Nov. 15, 2022

City staff present the 2023-26 operating budget to council; Edmonton Social Planning Council says $21.40 is the city's living wage; Dr. Deena Hinshaw out as Alberta's chief medical officer of health

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Headlines: Nov. 14, 2022

Heritage Fest relocating to Borden Park and Exhibition Lands for three years; city suggests hiring more peace officers to target excessive vehicle noise enforcement; more than 20,000 Edmonton students missed school due to illness on Nov. 9

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Headlines: Nov. 2, 2022

Boyle Street Community Services has raised 75% of its fundraising goal for its new facility; Marginalized people and households are feeling the squeeze of a tight residential rental market in Edmonton; Local writer recounts a scary experience on Edmonton's LRT

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Headlines: Oct. 27, 2022

Council's urban planning committee exploring options for redeveloping vacant parking lots; kids under 12 should ride for free on transit even if they're not with an adult; LRT-themed Halloween costume cracks up Edmontonians

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