Calgary council to decide whether to look at councillor, city worker pensions

Council may decide on Monday to review all City of Calgary pension plans — including their own. Two councillors have brought forward notices of

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Ontario PCs to hold Saturday sitting to speed up passage of Toronto council bill

TORONTO – Ontario’s Progressive Conservative government will hold a rare Saturday sitting of the legislature to speed up passage of a controversial bill to

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Privy Council Clerk Michael Wernick retiring amid questions over his role in SNC-Lavalin affair – National

Michael Wernick, one of the central figures in the SNC-Lavalin affair, has announced he will retire ahead of schedule because he no longer feels

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Facilitator helps Calgary city council to get along

City council huddled behind closed doors on Monday to learn a thing or two about how to work together better. The long-planned session finally

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Calgary council OKs more than $1.5B for new arena, other capital projects, but keeps source of funds secret

Calgary city council approved a funding strategy for all four of the city’s major capital projects after a long day of debate behind closed

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Calgary council delays decision on framework for financing new arena

Calgary city council has voted to delay making a decision that would lead to talks resuming with the Calgary Flames on a financing deal

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Pot shops may open in Edmonton malls, city council decides

Cannabis retailers will be allowed to open stores in some Edmonton malls after city council voted to amend a zoning bylaw Monday. After a lengthy

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Heritage Park hopes return of paddle wheeler, extra council cash will keep it afloat

After coming through some turbulent financial waters, Heritage Park is hoping there’s smoother sailing ahead. The city-owned attraction is projecting a $250,000 deficit for

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Saskatoon Tribal Council preschool approved despite some neighbourhood pushback – Saskatoon

A Saskatoon Tribal Council preschool has been approved by the city in a residential neighbourhood despite pushback by some people who live nearby. City

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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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