The capital budget was released by the city and just like that all of our money went "poof". We'll dig in to where that spending is, and some of the ways that council is trying to save cash: like cutting the census.
Here are the relevant links for this episode:
- Lauren Hunter wins Halloween
- An Edmonton radio host dressed up as an LRT cracked concrete pillar and won Halloween
No Visible Trauma
- News Release: City releases proposed 2023-2026 Capital Budget, totalling $7.75B
- City recommends shrinking new Lewis Farms aquatic centre to save $58M
- Newly formed non-profit tries to reopen Scona Pool after City of Edmonton closed it permanently
Surface parking lots
170 Street pedestrian bridge
Snow and ice control
- News Release: City forecasts an improved snow and ice experience for this winte
- Name the Plow Contest
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