Executive committee debated the police funding formula and they gave it their best go. Tune in for the cliff's notes before council as a whole does the entire thing again next week.
Here are the relevant links for this episode:
- Alberta Premier Jason Kenney resigning as UCP leader despite narrow win in leadership review
- Jason Kenney to remain as premier, party leader until new UCP leader is chosen
High Level Streetcar
- Councillors undecided on how best to spend community safety money
- Edmonton aims to end racism, poverty and be the safest city in Canada by 2030 with new strategy
- Suggested actions for investment
- Edmonton mayor pitches $5M for outreach patrol teams and day shelter
- Edmonton police up downtown patrols, council hears calls for safety
- Downtown Recovery Coalition
- City councillors propose $385M base budget for Edmonton police
- Erin Rutherford's motion
- Andrew Knack's rationale
- Allegations against Stevenson
- Police Act
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