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Headlines: Jan. 27, 2023

City administration begins process of cutting $60 million from operating budget; Imperial Oil greenlights $720-million renewable diesel facility at Strathcona refinery; retired teacher finds Ice Age mammoth bone west of Edmonton

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Headlines: Jan. 26, 2023

Sexual assault centre says trauma counselling wait times have never been longer; Edmonton airport sees major increase in 2022 passenger traffic; Postmedia to lay off 11% of editorial staff across Canada

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Headlines: Jan. 25, 2023

Safety campaign launched to educate public on Valley Line LRT's low-floor design; Enterprise Square home to more downtown workers following renovation; DeepMind's Edmonton office to close

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Headlines: Jan. 24, 2023

City declares residential parking ban; bitter cold on its way to Edmonton; mayor releases city's 2023 provincial budget submission

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Headlines: Jan. 23, 2023

Chinatown residents hopeful for the future as Year of the Rabbit celebrated; coalition of city unions support call for lobbyist registry; temporary shelter's delayed opening 'not acceptable,' Sohi says

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Headlines: Jan. 20, 2023

New temporary emergency shelter opens in west Edmonton; police replacing 'street check reports' with new terms; TransEd says small cracks in Davies Station concrete are 'non-structural'

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Headlines: Jan. 19, 2023

Councillors question administration over proposed sole-source contract; 'Amarsleet Snowhi,' 'Connor McBlade-It' among winning entries in city plow naming contest; Zellers is coming to Kingsway Mall

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Headlines: Jan. 18, 2023

Emergency room wait times spike late at night and early morning, CBC data shows; Edmonton organizations partner to build beds for Ukrainian newcomers; downtown restaurants and businesses ready for return of office workers

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Headlines: Jan. 17, 2023

Property assessments for 2023 on the way; up to 30 temporary dog parks to pop up around the city this spring; 10 more ambulances coming to Edmonton as part of provincial health care plan

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