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Editorial: Liquor-store limit should go

City council is in an awkward spot. If it changes the rule that now bans any new liquor store from opening within 500 metres of an existing store, it will surely be accused of pandering to Daryl Katz, owner of the Edmonton Oilers and perpetual lightning rod for civic controversy. 416 more words

Editorials

Edmonton moratorium on combative sports could be lifted as soon as February 28

Edmonton councillors have asked administration to draft an amendment that could see the blanket moratorium on combative sports events lifted as early as Feb. 28. 1,097 more words

Politics

City about to embark on developing deep south Windermere

City council will be asked to approve a new development in southwest Edmonton that’s about as far out to the fringes of the city as you can get without leaving it. 471 more words

Economy

Whyte Avenue preferred route for Centre LRT: City administration

Whyte Avenue, spanning from Bonnie Doon to the University of Alberta, is one of the busiest stretches of road in Edmonton and now there’s talk of putting an LRT there. 881 more words

Politics

Expect to see more suburban liquor stores in Edmonton after court ruling

The Alberta Court of Appeal has upheld the brand new zoning regulations Edmonton City Council brought in last year to allow for a different set of rules for liquor stores in the suburbs, compared to mature neighbourhoods. 297 more words

Politics

Former Edmonton mayor Terry Cavanagh dies at 91

Terry Cavanagh, who twice became interim mayor of Edmonton and served decades on city council in Wards 4 and 6, has passed away at the age of 91. 549 more words

Politics

Northlands looks ahead as Coliseum doors close in Edmonton

As the Coliseum closes its doors to the public after an eventful farewell weekend, Northlands is looking ahead to some big changes.

The city will take possession of the arena on Jan. 530 more words

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