Troy's uncharacteristically happy after seeing a political success and back gives an update about a rave in an abandoned powerplant for SingularityU. Meanwhile Mike Nickel gets more populist and votes against learning things.
Here are the relevant links for this episode:
City Hall Pool
109 Street Bike Lanes
- Introducing the #YEGCoreZone
- Group pitches YEG Core Zone proposal to lower speed limits in the heart of Edmonton
- Mayor Iveson's remarks - #1 & #2
- Event at Rossdale power plant has people buzzing about building’s potential
Royal Mayfair Golf Club
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