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City review of parking requirements might mean no guidelines at all

A massive review of Edmonton’s parking regulations is about to be launched. One conclusion could see no parking regulations at all.

Currently there’s a whole long list of regulations that dictate how many parking spots each individual type of business must provide, from hair salons, to cafes to banks. 577 more words


Edmonton residents approve of Mayor Iveson, but not city council: poll

A new poll suggests Mayor Don Iveson’s popularity is on the rise, but city council’s approval rating is down.

The Edmonton mayor’s approval numbers have climbed by six percentage points since October, according to a Mainstreet/Postmedia poll. 296 more words


Flood mitigation under EPCOR could lead to higher utility rates in Edmonton: report

Edmonton city council may vote to transfer the drainage branch to EPCOR, which could result in higher utility rates for city residents.

EPCOR proposed the drainage branch transfer at the June 14, 2016 city council meeting. 739 more words


Former Edmonton city councillor and broadcaster Larry Langley dead at 83

Larry Langley, a former Edmonton city councillor and local news broadcaster, passed away Tuesday morning after a lengthy illness. He was 83.

Langley worked as a news announcer for the CBC and retired in 1993. 164 more words


Former local broadcaster and city councillor Larry Langley has died

Long-time broadcaster and former three-term city councillor Larry Langley, 83, has died.

Langley died peacefully surrounded by his family on Tuesday morning after a long battle with cancer. 626 more words

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Edmonton city councillors' salaries decrease for 2017

Members of Edmonton city council will earn less in 2017 than they have the previous two years.

Mayor Don Iveson will earn $173,269 this year. He made $177,695 in 2016 and $176,145 in 2015. 89 more words


Editorial: Stocking stuffers for newsmakers

We scour the malls looking for suitable gifts for family, friends and co-workers.

But what of people in the news? They may be strangers, but we’ve come to know them from their day-to-day public exploits. 578 more words

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