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Paula Simons: With aerial park plan, Snow Valley hopes to scale new heights

Snow Valley is one of Edmonton’s most popular winter attractions, a family ski hill right in the river valley, just above Whitemud Creek.

But while Snow Valley is busy in winter, summers are quiet. 834 more words

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How would you rate Edmonton city council 1 year ahead of municipal election?

It’s been three years since the last municipal election in Edmonton and we’re less than a year away from the October 2017 vote.

Global News wants you to rate city hall on their performance. 482 more words


Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson in strong position for re-election: poll

A new poll released on year before the next municipal election shows Don Iveson is in a strong position to have a second term as Edmonton mayor. 208 more words


Federal funding could be on the way for more Edmonton bike lanes, Sohi hints

Federal infrastructure minister Amarjeet Sohi has been paying attention to what his former Edmonton city council colleagues have been doing with bike lanes.

Mayor Don Iveson hopes federal green money can help double the size of the $7 million, seven-kilometre bike grid for downtown, by adding another one in Old Strathcona and the university area. 259 more words


Edmonton cyclists riding high as downtown bike lane project approved

A project that will see seven kilometres of bike lanes added to Edmonton’s downtown got the green light from city council Tuesday morning.

City council’s vote came two weeks after Edmonton’s urban planning committee voted unanimously in favour of the project. 236 more words


Edmonton city council votes to cancel moment of reflection

Edmonton city council voted Tuesday to no longer have a moment of reflection to start council meetings.

In September, executive committee decided it would recommend city council no longer introduce a moment of reflection before each meeting. 202 more words


Edmonton councillors asks for 'cooling off period' policy for former employees

A complete management oversight breakdown has prompted city councillors to ask that a new “cooling off period” be established as city policy.

The move comes after a scathing audit on Edmonton’s revolutionary sand recycling program revealed former city employees had a good working relationship with city middle managers when the recycling program was set up in 2005. 538 more words