Five hundred twenty five thousand six hundred votes for another round of questions

It's been a year since council was elected; we'll take a look at what they've done - or not done. Plus updates on the police funding formula, Blatchford, and neighbourhood renewal.
Here are the relevant links for this episode:

Soccer fields
Raccoons
Danielle Smith
First anniversary
Funding formula
Weekend shootings
Neighbourhood renewal
Blatchford
Solar rebates
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Mack Male
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Mack Male
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Troy Pavlek
Host
Troy Pavlek
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