Edmonton mayor, councillors agree to freeze their wages in 2021-22

Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson and 12 city councillors agreed Monday their wages should be frozen for the next two years on recommendation from an

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Restaurant patios on Calgary sidewalks will have to go when snow falls, mayor says

Some of the temporary patios that the City of Calgary allowed restaurants and bars to set up to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic will

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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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Vancouver mayor hints that help is coming soon for Strathcona Park homeless camp

Help could be coming soon for the hundreds of people sleeping in Vancouver’s latest tent city, according to comments made by the city’s mayor

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Edmonton facing homelessness emergency as winter nears, mayor says

Mayor Don Iveson says Edmonton is facing a homelessness emergency as the city has about ten weeks to find spaces for hundreds of people

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Edmonton mayor presses province to step up as EXPO shelter prepares to close

Mayor Don Iveson is calling on the province to work with local agencies to ensure homeless Edmontonians have access to critical services as an

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Brampton mayor says bylaw charges laid after officers break up party with 200 people

BRAMPTON, Ont. — Police west of Toronto say bylaw officers broke up a house party attended by as many as 200 people on Saturday

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Edmonton playoff bubble will be strictly enforced, says NHL, mayor

The bubble around Rogers Place and the NHL teams playing there will be difficult for anyone to permeate whether going in or out, the NHL said

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Changes to Alberta’s local elections ‘damaging to democracy,’ Grande Prairie mayor says

Grande Prairie Mayor Bill Given says he is disappointed that Bill 29, the Local Authorities Election Amendment Act, passed final reading this week in

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No red flags about motel’s safety prior to fatal fire, says Prince George, B.C., mayor

The mayor of Prince George in northern B.C. is concerned about reports that fire alarms didn’t go off when a downtown motel went up

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