Tent cities causing growing concerns for some Edmontonians

Concerns are growing among some Edmontonians as homeless camps have been set up in inner-city neighbourhoods and don’t seem to be going anywhere. Sean Lamb is a resident and landlord in the McCauley neighbourhood. He said a tent city in…

Permit issues to delay opening of Edmonton Downtown Farmers Market’s new indoor space

Posted October 11, 2019 12:29 am Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ The Edmonton Downtown Farmers Market’s (EDFM) new indoor space will open later than originally planned because of a “permit issue…

Unions and Edmonton business leaders meet to find common ground, save tax dollars

The City of Edmonton has too many middle managers. That’s one message the head of a city hall union is bringing to a series of round-table meetings organized by Councillor Mike Nickel Thursday and Friday. Nickel put the call out…

New mobile grocery store launches in Edmonton to improve access to fresh, affordable food

A different kind of food truck launched in Edmonton on Wednesday with the goal of bringing “healthy, fresh, and affordable food into neighbourhoods facing barriers.” Fresh Routes, a not-for-profit, unveiled its mobile grocery store at the Clareview Community Recreation Centre…

Edmonton pushing for regional garbage plan sooner rather than later

Edmonton knows it has to build a new anaerobic digestion facility to compost all the organic waste that will be wheeled to the curbside in green bins once the city converts to its new waste management collection system. The question…

Anti-abortion group takes Edmonton to court over refusing bridge light colours

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted October 8, 2019 1:51 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ The Alberta March for Life Association is asking a judge to review a City of…