Rideshare app Uber has launched its UberX service in Edmonton with free service for a limited time, but the city is warning there will be consequences. 385 more words
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Uber drivers will take to Edmonton’s streets on Thursday, but they won’t be picking up any people.
The rideshare app is partnering with Goodwill Industries and its drivers will be available to pick up clothing donations and take them to the charity. 155 more words
New plans for 104th Avenue aim to make it a denser, much more pedestrian-friendly road, but those plans won’t become reality for a long time. 302 more words
The library is hoping its dramatic renovation of the Stanley Milner branch will turn a page on the 50-year building, but there were other ways the story could have gone. 363 more words
City streets will be a little wider after snowfall, school drop-offs a little clearer and driveways will open up, after council passed a series of improvements to Edmonton’s snow policy. 191 more words
Commuters on the Yellowhead and in the south side could both be in for major relief under a new proposal the City of Edmonton will pitch to the federal government. 291 more words
Edmontonians could expect a $119 hike to their property taxes next year thanks to a 5.7 per cent increase approved by council Thursday night.
At the end of 11 days of budget deliberations, council passed the increase, which amounts to $119 more a year on a home valued at $374,500. 279 more words