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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:
- News Release: Two new indoor fields open in the South Soccer Centre
- Alberta Premier Danielle Smith apologizes for comments on Russia-Ukraine war
- No apology from Danielle Smith over comments on discrimination of unvaccinated people
- New Alberta cabinet includes familiar faces in prominent portfolios
- Mayor Amarjeet Sohi's tweet
- Coun. Ashley Salvador's tweet
- Coun. Andrew Knack's tweet
- Q&A: Mayor Amarjeet Sohi on downtown safety, police budget, and transit delays in his 1st year
- Postmedia video with Mayor Sohi
- 'Not afraid to push boundaries': Edmonton mayor reflects on first year
- 1 year since Edmonton city council was elected — what has been accomplished?
- News Release: Police investigating five weekend shootings
- Five weekend shootings in Edmonton posed 'significant' risk to public
- Edmonton police investigate 5 unrelated shootings in 3 days; 127 shootings so far this year
- 'Significant' risk to public after 5 weekend shootings: police
- Innocent bystander shot and killed as Edmonton police confront suspected armed robber
- Mayor says Edmonton should keep education tax to close $4.7 billion gap over next decade
- Edmonton council debates increasing taxes or delaying neighbourhood renewal
- Council report on neighbourhood renewal
- Council report on renewal funds
- Affordable housing should be treated and funded as 'core infrastructure,' says Edmonton's mayor
- Blatchford review ordered after project fails to meet expectations
- Edmonton wants to make building homes in Blatchford more affordable
- Blatchford: Now What? - Tim Cartmell
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