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Headlines: Nov. 30, 2022

City council hears from 200 speakers during two-day budget public hearing; city activates extreme weather response as temperatures drop; former Alberta premier Jason Kenney resigns as MLA

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Headlines: Nov. 29, 2022

City projects $67.8 million operating budget surplus; Edmonton Police Association president to step down in January; frigid temperatures on their way to Alberta

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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. 25, 2022

Edmonton doctor calls on province to track amputations among people experiencing homelessness; Alberta's chief medical officer warns parents of severe flu season; wildfire monitoring satellite built by U of A students set for space launch

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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. 22, 2022

Social disorder in Edmonton Chinatown part of larger pattern across Canada, CBC report shows; protest calls for better shelter strategy for unhoused Edmontonians; Association of Academic Staff at the U of A asks for indoor mask mandate

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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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