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Bob Layton editorial: Election lottery

When you buy a lottery ticket, you know the odds against winning, but you say, “If you don’t play, you can’t win.”

Now, ask what you think the odds are against picking a city councillor who will act on your needs. 204 more words

Blogs

COMMUNITY PEDESTRIAN & BICYCLE SAFETY TRAINING

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Events

Thursday's letters: Hawrelak Park could outdo 'Accidental Beach'

There seems to be considerable excitement about the discovery of an ”accidental beach” on the North Saskatchewan River.

We have had an artificial lake in the centre of Edmonton for many years, but the city refuses to make it useable for citizens. 1,318 more words

Letters

Gastown and other areas of Vancouver are candidates for 'car free' zones

In a bid to become the world’s greenest city, Vancouver is looking to turn several popular streets into ‘pedestrian-only’ zones.

It’s already been done on the 800 block of Robson St. 175 more words

Environment

New survey looks at Edmonton residents' perception of downtown as development continues

A new report shows Edmontonians are attracted to the city’s downtown because of its restaurants, walkability and overall lifestyle as the area continues to undergo a considerable transformation. 505 more words

News

Bike lanes, LRT construction causing a divide between downtown and suburban residents: Nickel

By the time the 2017 municipal election campaign really gets going, Councillor Mike Nickel feels confident he’ll have a good handle of what voters in his ward want to talk about. 296 more words

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