This week Troy and Mack talk with Adam Laughlin, the current deputy city manager of integrated infrastructure and the former interim city manager during the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Here are the relevant links for this episode:
Big Bin Events
Best. Summer. Ever.
- News Release: New COVID-19 restrictions to stop the spike
Guest: Adam Laughlin
Interim City Manager
- Dec. 13, 2019: Adam Laughlin named Interim City Manager
- Nov. 20, 2020: Senior civil servant with long military career hired as Edmonton's new city manager
- News Release: City construction contributes to 13,000 jobs
- City of Edmonton anticipates $400M gap in provincial infrastructure funding
- Delayed Valley Line Southeast LRT tracking toward late 2021 opening as part of city's $1-billion 2021 construction season
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This week we highlighted Pandemic University's upcoming masterclass called Writing is Your Nature, which runs May 11-25. The free class was "designed to sharpen your non-fiction writing through the lens of ecology and conservation." We also talked about Shift by Alberta Innovates, a podcast that "showcases the work being done in the province’s innovation ecosystem -- everything from health to clean energy." A recent episode featured Garth Warner, president and CEO of Servus Credit Union.
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