It's beginning to feel a lot like climate change funding is not something Edmontonians support broadlyDownload MP3
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.
Here are the relevant links for this episode:
- Edmonton city council, administration at odds over climate projects in proposed budget
- Climate Justice Edmonton tweet
- Troy's tweet
- Budget agenda
- Troy's tweet
- Another Troy tweet
- Councillor says Terwillegar Drive expansion 'at risk' with talk of budget changes
- Edmonton's proposed capital budget leaves critical measures unfunded, police say
- What happened to Edmonton police's promised dash cameras?
- Andrew Knack's tweet
- Edmonton's mayor pitches transit, bike lanes, Chinatown funds in budget
- Mayor Amarjeet Sohi's tweet
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