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Edmonton is on track to beat its all-time rainfall record for June; the integrity commissioner is investigating another code of conduct complaint against Coun. Michael Janz; PrideFest attracted around 10,000 people to Churchill Square on the weekend.

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The city is collecting public input on the 2023-2026 budget until July 17; TransEd still on track to open the Valley Line Southeast LRT this summer but won't provide exact date; Pope Francis will use Edmonton as his home base during his Western Canadian visit next month.

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The city has signed 20-year green energy contracts; council has voted to get more information on making the property tax system more progressive; the Edmonton Public School board has approved its 2022-2026 education plan.

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The City of Edmonton and CUPE Local 30 have ratified a new three-year agreement; STARS has unveiled a new Airbus H145 helicopter; the Edmonton Oilers have signed a three-year contract extension with head coach Jay Woodcroft.

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Mayor Sohi met with the province to discuss Edmonton's public safety plan; city council is considering support for city-sanctioned encampments; the Edmonton International Airport is warning travellers to expect delays as passenger traffic increases.

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The city is on track to eclipse its four-year affordable housing targets; rising gas prices could result in a fuel surcharge to taxi fares; EPSB trustee Nathan Ip has been named the Alberta NDP candidate for Edmonton-South West.

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Edmonton has been snubbed as a host city for the FIFA World Cup 2026; the Edmonton Police Service has backtracked on comments made last week regarding interactions with Justin Bone; the North Saskatchewan River's water levels are rising.

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City council will consider funding for infrastructure projects in Chinatown during the upcoming budget; Mayor Sohi thinks the relationship between council and the police commission is improving; veteran sports columnist Terry Jones has been fired by Postmedia.

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EPCOR reported only minor flooding in Edmonton due to heavy rainfall; urban planning committee decided to delay pursuing a private tree bylaw; Tina Thomas has been named the new CEO of the Edmonton Community Foundation.

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