City wants feedback on future of e-scooters in Calgary as 2-year pilot project concludes

In about six weeks, Calgary’s two-year pilot project allowing e-scooters on city pathways will conclude — and the city is now seeking feedback to

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Big jump in number of city supervisors has mayor calling for job cuts

Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson says he will push for cuts to supervisory positions after a city audit found hiring for those positions had grown “disproportionately”

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Hub city grind: NHL bubble life means busy days, unique challenges for workers

For some workers inside the NHL bubble, life is filled with busy days and hectic schedules. Michael Carroll has worked some long days standing behind

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Tim Hortons Field repairs on hold as city wants province to cover $1.1 million cost – Hamilton

Hamilton city councillors continue to balk at spending $1.1 million on a “worsening safety concern” at Tim Hortons Field. Councillors voted 12 to 1,

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City to charge contractors involved in ‘nightmare’ experience

The City of Calgary has laid charges against one man who ran a general contracting business that clients called “horrible” and “a nightmare,” and

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Former Edmonton city councillor Bryan Anderson passes away

Former Edmonton city councillor Bryan Anderson has died. As Sarah Komadina reports, he is being remembered as a strong advocate for rec centres in

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Regina city council wants better communication around toxic spills and leaks – Regina

Poor communication around the discovery of oil in Regina’s wastewater earlier this year has municipal politicians calling for increased transparency and accountability when it

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Protesters stage ‘die-in’ outside Lethbridge City Hall against supervised consumption site closure

More than 100 protesters staged a “die-in” outside of Lethbridge City Hall on Monday, against the closure of the city’s only supervised consumption site.  Lori

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City of Montreal, transport ministry to allow Notre-Dame encampment as deadline passes – Montreal

The deadline came and went on Monday for the dismantling of the tent city along Notre-Dame Street in Montreal’s east end. The city issued

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Winnipeg to require masks in city facilities, vehicles, transit

The City of Winnipeg is set to make masks or face coverings mandatory in all city-operated facilities and on city vehicles, including Winnipeg Transit,

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