The Pulse

Our weekday news briefing that informs you about what's going on in Edmonton.

Recent Editions

The Pulse

Wednesday, April 21

In this edition: city council has endorsed a heritage nomination for the North Saskatchewan River, municipalities in the region have agreed to collaborate to land new investment, and our weekly Cree lesson.

Wednesday, April 21, 2021

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Tuesday, April 20

In this edition: Making Edmonton Digital is a new program helping businesses to get online, temperatures in Edmonton are rising, and Spontivly and Rainforest Edmonton partner to build more community-led companies.

Tuesday, April 20, 2021

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Monday, April 19

In this edition: our next People's Agenda listening session will focus on climate change, the City anticipates a $400M gap in provincial infrastructure funding, and our look at the week ahead.

Monday, April 19, 2021

The Pulse

Friday, April 16

In this edition: Edmontonians want city council to take more action on housing, Spin e-scooters arrive in the city, and our podcast pick of the week.

Friday, April 16, 2021

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Thursday, April 15

In this edition: The forecast isn't great for a festival-filled summer; our weekend agenda has some fun stuff for this weekend; vaccines were big in 1895, just like today; plus headlines

Thursday, April 15, 2021

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Wednesday, April 14

In this edition: Executive committee endorses bus fare increase amid calls for free transit; AI aids diabetes research; region names a transit boss; plus our weekly Cree lesson and a catchup with Speaking Municipally

Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Recently in The Pulse

Speaking Municipally: Episode 125

In Episode 125 of Speaking Municipally, co-hosts Troy Pavlek and Mack Male discussed the motion from Councillor Jon Dziadyk to pause the bus network redesign (BNR).

Tuesday, April 20, 2021
By Mack Male Mack Male

Chart of the week: Temperatures in Edmonton are rising

This chart shows Edmonton's average yearly temperatures between 1900 and 2020, using data from Environment and Climate Change Canada. Each stripe marks one year. The red half of the spectrum represents hotter temperatures, which are particularly visible in most recent years.

Tuesday, April 20, 2021
By Jackson Spring Jackson Spring

Podcast pick: La place

La place, our podcast pick for this week, dives into the history of various places in Alberta, and it's currently digging into the Edmonton region.

Friday, April 16, 2021
By Karen Unland Karen Unland