Speaking Municipally has unfortunately lost a summary judgement in a trademark lawsuit. We'll have the details on that. Plus, indigenous ward names, EPS committees, middle management and a new community bussing pilot.
Here are the relevant links for this episode:
Taproot's First Hire
Guest: Rob Houle
Indigenous Ward Names
- City council approves Indigenous names for Edmonton’s new ward boundaries
- Edmonton council endorses Indigenous names for city's revamped wards
- Indigenous names for Edmonton wards endorsed by city council
EPS Chief's Council
Too Many Supervisors
- Camp Pekiwewin calling for COVID-19 response plan and on-site testing
- Camp Pekiwewin calls for COVID-19 support, redoubles demand for free transit
- News Release: Closure of Dr. Wilbert McIntyre Park encampment
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