Citadel Theatre asks city for $2.78M loan to fix leaky roof

The Citadel Theatre’s roof is leaking and fixing it won’t be cheap.  It’s estimated to cost $4.14 million to fix the failing roof and the non-profit

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City playing ‘catch-up’ with outdated transit signs, accessibility, councillors say

The city must improve how passengers navigate transit in Edmonton, after a report described signs as “nearly unusable”  and access to LRT stations “unwelcoming,” councillors say. The

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amazing weather images and pics – Extreme LE looking up Modern Architecture by Frank Gehry, MIT Stata Center Cambridge Massachusetts

Buy a print or commercial license: www.gregdubois.com/Galleries/Boston/Boston-Architecture/i… Battling the sun on this one, finally found an unpolluted angle before the clouds disappeared. Canon 6d

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Calgary city council’s ‘working together’ session will have to wait

It will take a bit longer for city council to have what its own members call its “Kumbaya” moment. Council members were to meet

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Winnipeg city councillors debating future of low-income bus pass – Winnipeg

Municipal politicians in Winnipeg are mulling the idea of creating a low-cost bus pass for low-income residents, a concept that originally came out of

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Richmond may be next city to declare climate emergency – BC

Climate emergency declarations have been passed in Halifax, London, L.A. and Vancouver. Now, the City of Richmond may be following suit. Coun. Michael Wolfe

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City will take action to deal with unstable building

The saga of Kensington Manor is entering another chapter and it may result in the city overseeing the demolition of the privately-owned building. Tenants

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B.C.’s biggest housing spike is happening in a city 6 hours from the Lower Mainland

When Gary Sulz moved to Revelstoke, B.C., nearly 30 years ago, the Interior community along the Trans-Canada Highway had the same profile as many small towns around the province.

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Quebec City remembers victims of mosque shootings on 2nd anniversary

Tue, Jan 29: It’s been two years since the deadly attack at a Quebec City mosque. As Global’s Billy Shields reports, a number of

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As booming Squamish grows into mid-sized city, council aims to preserve community

If you wanted to one person to represent the changing face of Squamish, B.C., Jenna Stoner might be it. Five years ago, she moved to

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