Stirring up our SideWok Strategy

The Nordic spa finds a home in Ft. Edmonton, and the WEM footbridge finds a home in someone else's credit card statement. Plus, the affordable housing moratorium in five core neighbourhoods might be coming to a close.

Here are the relevant links for this episode:

Valley Line Construction
Paige Parsons
Goats at Rundle Park
Pecha Kucha Night 34
Sidewalks
WEM Pedestrian Bridge
Non-Market Housing Moratorium
Nordic Spa
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