Regional Roundup

The Regional Roundup provides you with the latest headlines and happenings related to growth and development in the Edmonton region.

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Nathan Fung

Nathan Fung

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Wednesday, January 19, 2022

The latest headlines & happenings from across the Edmonton region. Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA) has been granted $30 million through the province's Technology Innovation and Emissions Reduction fund to help foster growth in carbon capture tech. The Carbon Capture Kickstart program focuses on site-specific carbon capture, direct air capture, and carbon transportation infrastructure.

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Wednesday, January 12, 2022

The latest headlines & happenings from across the Edmonton region. The Robin Hood Association — a Sherwood Park-based organization that helps people with disabilities — has seen catalytic converters stolen from its vehicles three times recently. Each time, the thieves left the charitable organization to pay thousands of dollars to replace them.

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Wednesday, January 5, 2022

The latest headlines & happenings from across the Edmonton region. As Amarjeet Sohi begins his first full year as mayor, he plans to turn some of his attention to continuing the work of developing a robust and efficient Edmonton region.

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Rayanne Haines smiles in front of a concrete pillar
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Incoming regional writer in residence to focus on supporting rural writers

The Metro Federation of Libraries has named Rayanne Haines as its 2022 regional writer in residence, with her time to be split between Strathcona County, Fort Saskatchewan, and St. Albert.

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Minister Ric McIver speaks at a podium beside a slide reading "Welcome to the EMRB"
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Edmonton Metropolitan Region Board to meet for first time since elections

The Edmonton Metropolitan Region Board (EMRB) will usher in six new mayors on Dec. 9 at its first official meeting since the municipal elections earlier this fall.

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A cluster of thick, green brussels sprouts dusted with snow
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Winter CSA offers local vegetables, bolsters sustainability of Prairie Gardens

While many producers have harvested the majority of their crops and are preparing to look ahead to the next growing season, Bon Accord's Prairie Gardens will soon be boxing up fresh and stored vegetables as part of its winter CSA program.

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