Seething about EATing at the outdoor sEATing without hEATing
We're prepping for winter on our roads, patios and in our hearts. There will be no calcium chloride in our hearts this year. But healthy skepticism about LRT implementation seems to be forefront in our hearts this episode.
Here are the relevant links for this episode:
- News Release: New bus stop signs prepare riders for new network
Flowers for Karen
- News Release: City to use Edmonton Convention Centre for temporary pandemic accommodation
- News Release: Short-term accommodation being offered to those at Light Horse Park encampment
- Edmonton Convention Centre to be temporarily used to house homeless people
- No end date set for Rossdale homeless encampment as Edmonton moves forward with convention centre housing plans
Metro Line LRT
- ‘The intersections will fail’: Edmonton city hall responds to Metro LRT Line information now made public
Valley Line LRT
Watson for Mayor
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