Speaking Municipally goes to school

This week we learn all about the Edmonton Public School Board and its intersection with provincial and municipal politics and the city plan, with board chair Trisha Estabrooks.

Here are the relevant links for this episode:

Participatory budgeting
Group sale
Critical race theory
Guest: Trisha Estabrooks
City plan and schools
Growth pressures
Board governance
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