The Edmonton Police Association, the union that represents 1,850 sworn police officers, is calling for an investigation into what it calls “the culture of fear and blame” in the Edmonton Police Service. 823 more words
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Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson scolded some fellow municipal lawmakers over what he suggested was their lack of decorum in council Tuesday.
“Councillors are questioning each other’s motives and speaking to each other quite inappropriately,” Iveson said. 290 more words
City council voted Tuesday to reserve as much as 75 per cent of Edmonton’s park and ride stalls at LRT stations for paid parking and to increase the cost of a monthly stall. 584 more words
Edmonton city council has unanimously approved a new development uniquely designed for those who are blind and visually impaired in Edmonton’s Oliver neighbourhood.
The Canadian National Institute for the Blind plans to replace its office on 120 Street and Jasper Avenue with a new 35-storey building. 589 more words
In hopes of attracting more film, production and video game companies to Edmonton, city council is looking at a new plan that could do just that. 330 more words
Fort Edmonton Park, a beloved City of Edmonton attraction in the North Saskatchewan River Valley, is moving from seasonal operation to year-round.
The province announced the change while revealing more details about the $33-million investment in the park announced in the last provincial budget. 759 more words