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My Edif-eyes are burning
The Downtown Recovery Coalition and the Edmonton Police Service funding formula make news this week without making any new or newsworthy changes to their composition o...
That's a knife
The EPS has been given a shove toward further accountability. But only a small one. (Did they have a knife?) Plus, the solar rebate has run out, and so too, it seems, ...
Whose jurisdiction is it anyway?
Welcome to the show where the province won't fund housing and the surplus doesn't matter! Plus, we'll update you on regional transit, single use plastics and building ...
EMTSC for thee, but not for me
Scona Pool may be closing, but the mayor wants outdoor pools open longer. Plus both regional transit and a six-storey apartment building in Glenora may be on the chopp...
A community revved up about pool closure
City council is making a lot of noise about vehicle noise, meanwhile the Friends of Scona Rec are making a lot of noise about the closure of their favourite pool.
Pig out on city council news
There's a whole buffet of news for you here, you porker! Valley Line delays, EPS funding increases, and sanction hearings are all being served, hot and ready!
This will be the best summer ever, I'm positive
It's the final week before summer break, so one last time before the summer we'll update you on everything council decided.
Our burning carbon questions
The deputy treasurer of the City of Edmonton joins to demystify the new and award-winning carbon budgeting process.
Pitching in on encampments
The city is backtracking on its encampment strategy, starting to investigate a plan to make property tax more progressive, and worrying that a huge amount of affordabl...
Fi-Fa-Oh... Um... Let's just play hockey instead
Part of 102 Avenue downtown will be car-free, and police budgets, after all this debate, may well be scrutiny-free too.
Mini-stories east of downtown
Guests Sharon Yeo, David Holdsworth, and Hon Leong join to give insight into some of the infrastructure, cultural, and systemic reasons why Chinatown is facing the pro...
The Chinatown plan, down to the Letter
This week, the plan to pedestrianize 102 Avenue came to urban planning committee, much, it seemed, to the chagrin of city administration. Plus, City Manager Andre Corb...
Shandron't defund the police - or else
Shandro metaphorically yells on city council's driveway while they debate transit safety, Chinatown, and not police funding. Plus, outdoor pools are closed — for now.
It works everywhere else in Alberta, but could it work here? Police say no.
Executive committee debated the police funding formula and they gave it their best go. Tune in for the cliff's notes before council as a whole does the entire thing ag...
Taxes have snow where to go but up
This week, the mayor gave the state of the city, and like city council meetings, you probably didn’t watch it. We’ll tell you the important parts, plus our first look ...
Five Hundred Eighty Six Thousand Three Hundred Dollars (how do you measure an election loss)
This week, Troy and Mack are back to fill you in on everything that happened during the guest circuit for the past three episodes. There's campaign finance disclosures...
The way we treat municipalities is aPaulaIng
The Honourable Senator Paula Simons joins us to discuss her senate inquiry into the relationship between the federal and municipal governments and what we can do to he...
Watching the watch... people
After some legal advice, Coun. Anne Stevenson is ready to come on the podcast and answer our questions about the police commission.
Speaking Municipally goes to school
This week we learn all about the Edmonton Public School Board and its intersection with provincial and municipal politics and the city plan, with board chair Trisha Es...
Infilling the missing middle of council coverage
This week Councillors Michael Janz and Ashley Salvador join to fill us in on some of the things that we've missed over the first half of their term.
Have your downtown recovery and eat it too
This week, we've got a full grab bag of updates: new bridges, new energy programs, and old parking lots. Plus, maybe we can't eat our way to downtown recovery, but tha...
A public washroom strategy lost in transitlation
The city deals with its abundance of public washrooms by closing several of them. Plus, the police revoke credentials of The Progress Report, council passes a bylaw th...
The second annual Speaking Municipally transit update
Everything you need to know about transit for next year and last is asked and answered with our guest, Actual Friend of the Podcast™ Carrie Hotton-MacDonald.
Masks are SO fifth wave
City council repeals the mask bylaw...and proposes a couple more for next week? We break down the baffling mask debate from City Hall. Plus catch up on trains, bike...
Number 168 on the list
A popular viral tweet may have led you to believe that the EPS has a secret list. The paper might not be real, but the implications are. Plus, we speak with Temitope O...
The Edmonton Police Service faces blowback for its handling of convoy protests and counter-protestors, and also deals with the unintentional declassification of its su...
Unless council's ask is passed, passports will be past
City council plans to debate (read: not implement) municipal vaccine passports, and moves to use the police commission to bring more accountability (read: infinite bud...
If you drink a mug or shot in a park, EPS will know
This week we're brown-bagging our beverages during recording; no drinking allowed. At least in parks. Plus EPS actually procures facial recognition software.
Retraction: Qualico is making headway with its pedway
The City Plan is Dead: Long Live the City Plan! Turns out, all it took to kill the plan was $40M spent on a pedway and a parking garage.
Qualico was making headway and now we're taking away their pedway
Council's back and wasted no time packing our schedule with stuff to talk about. We’ve got pedway memos and police flashbangs - both the physical kind and on Twitter too.