Don't be too rash when you ask to unmask

This week, we’re keeping our masks on, indefinitely. Plus, if you don’t live in Wolf Willow, don’t park in Wolf Willow. Or you’re getting a $100 ticket. And finally, we'll introduce you to two more councillors, Michael Janz and Sarah Hamilton

Here are the relevant links for this episode:

Parking Ban
Bill 80
Heritage Valley
Mask Bylaw
Wolf Willow
City Advertising
Councillor Introductions
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