Parker lands plan comes to council after City of Winnipeg found in contempt of court – Winnipeg

A Winnipeg land developer will have his plans for a mixed-use development heard by city councillors Thursday after a judge found the city in

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Backyard BBQs and park picnics: Edmonton council seeks clear rules for outdoor gatherings

Edmonton city councillors want clearer guidelines for people to follow when meeting friends and family in outdoor venues under physical distancing rules.  The issue

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No tax increase for businesses this year, Edmonton council votes

Businesses in Edmonton are getting a bit of a break on their taxes this year after city council voted Wednesday to freeze the municipal

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‘Trying times’: City holds emergency council meeting in response to COVID-19

The city of Edmonton has called an emergency council meeting as Alberta announces a series of new directives designed to slow the spread of

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Council votes in favour of 4th year of ‘one-time’ rebates for business property taxes

Calgary businesses will get another so-called “one-time” rebate to soften the blow of property tax increases for the fourth year in a row. Council

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Vancouver council faces big budget and rezoning votes on Tuesday

Vancouver’s city council will end the year as it began it: with complicated discussions about overall priorities and contentious public hearings for new housing.  Council’s

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‘Moderate income’ rental buildings get go-ahead from Vancouver council

Vancouver council has approved a pair of six-storey buildings in East Vancouver that will add 178 units of rental housing. Council voted unanimously for

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Port Moody council asks mayor to step down until his court case is heard

Port Moody, B.C., city council has voted in favour of asking Mayor Rob Vagramov to take a leave of absence while his sexual assault

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City Council votes for more activity at farmers’ market site

City council voted to look for more “animation” at the River Landing building, effectively preventing the current market from remaining. Nathaniel Dove reports. Source

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Lethbridge council votes down motion to halt funding for supervised consumption site

After a heated debate on Monday, Lethbridge council voted down a motion that would have asked the province to halt funding for the city’s only supervised

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