It's beginning to feel a lot like climate change funding is not something Edmontonians support broadly

City Manager Andre Corbould lets us know that the majority of Edmontonians are not on board with climate change funding. Debate over. Thanks Andre! Plus, the EPS has a secret plan to reduce its deficit, and councillors table all their capital budget amendments.
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Peace officers
Children's medication
ICE District
Police deficit
Climate change
Capital budget
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