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Coun. Anne Stevenson wants to cancel the plan to borrow money for the 103 Avenue Pedway; the Edmonton Police Service is reviewing its social media policies; Premier Jason Kenney said Omicron infections in Alberta may have peaked.

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The city won't pay for damage caused by police at Tzin; the 2022 Vision Zero Safe Crossings Program will see 48 safe crossings created; Ice on Whyte is back from Jan. 27 to Feb. 6; Stephanie Labbe is retiring.

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The city has launched a new dashboard to share the status of public services in relation to COVID-19; EPSB is advocating for more locations where kids can receive COVID-19 vaccinations; the new grand chief of Treaty 6 wants to get everyone aligned.

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CBC Radio host Adrienne Pan passed away at the age of 43; Mayor Amarjeet Sohi is "equally frustrated" with the icy state of Edmonton's streets; the city's updated Business License Bylaw is now in effect.

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The city has mailed out property assessment notices, another 170 Afghan refugees are being resettled in Edmonton, and the level of COVID-19 indicators in Edmonton's wastewater is now higher than during any other wave.

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Freezing rain on Thursday led to more than 100 property damage collisions; Edmonton's downtown office vacancy rate sits at 21.1%; the City of Edmonton is not recommending changes to the Bus Network Redesign based on early data.

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The federal government has announced $14.8 million to create up to 138 new affordable homes in Edmonton; the Phase 2 residential parking ban could last four weeks; Edmonton Transit Service is adjusting its operations.

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Edmonton school divisions reported 737 total teacher absences on the second day of classes; some bus trips may be missed due to active cases of COVID-19 among drivers; Edmonton Oilers general manager Ken Holland is open to the idea of controversial player Evander Kane.

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Residents in south Edmonton dealt with a power outage last night; Edmonton's Winterscapes photo contest is open again until Feb. 28; the province is restricting eligibility for PCR testing.

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