Edmonton

Take ETS to Heritage Festival

Public Service Announcement Take ETS to Heritage Festival The Edmonton Heritage Festival is back in Hawrelak Park from July 31 to August 2. It’s a special and much-loved event that embraces the multiculturalism of our city through food, entertainment, music, art and more. There are some changes to this year’s festival, including having a timed-entry pass. … Continue reading

Philippine Media Association to host Mayoral Candidates’ Forum on August 14
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Philippine Media Association to host Mayoral Candidates’ Forum on August 14

EDMONTON, AB —  The Philippine Media Association of Alberta (PMAA) is hosting the first PMAA Mayoral Candidates’ Forum on August 14, 11:30 a.m. at the Manila Grill Restaurant West, 10804 170 Street. PMAA president Nicky Gocuan, in a meeting Wednesday night (July 14) at the newly-opened Manila Grill Restaurant South in Mill Woods, said that … Continue reading

Edmonton

City completes plan for largest, most complex Yellowhead Trail project

News ReleaseCity completes plan for largest, most complex Yellowhead Trail project The City of Edmonton has completed the concept plan for the largest and most technically complex project of the Yellowhead Trail Freeway Conversion Program. While a detailed cost estimate will be determined during the design phase, the St. Albert Trail to 97 Street project … Continue reading

Edmonton recognized for innovation and impact; wins two national awards for planning excellence
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Edmonton recognized for innovation and impact; wins two national awards for planning excellence

News ReleaseEdmonton recognized for innovation and impact; wins two national awards for planning excellence The Canadian Institute of Planners has honoured the City of Edmonton with an Award for Planning Excellence for the Open Option Parking project and an Award of Merit for The City Plan. These annual awards recognize innovation, impact on the profession and are the highest level … Continue reading

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City offers new COVID-19 recovery grant program for festivals and events

Public Service Announcement City offers new COVID-19 recovery grant program for festivals and events A new one million dollar recovery grant program will soon be available to help Edmonton festivals and events negatively impacted by COVID-19.  The grant program will help encourage the return of festivals and events by offsetting additional costs incurred as a … Continue reading

Fireworks will be set off over Edmonton’s river valley on Thursday, July 1 at 11 p.m.
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Fireworks will be set off over Edmonton’s river valley on Thursday, July 1 at 11 p.m.

Public Service Announcement Information about fireworks on Canada Day Fireworks will be set off over Edmonton’s river valley on Thursday, July 1 at 11 p.m. Staying safe  As health restrictions start to ease, Edmontonians are asked to take precautions where possible this Canada Day. This year’s fireworks display will include more high-level bursts so that … Continue reading

City Council deactivates Mandatory Masking Bylaw
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City Council deactivates Mandatory Masking Bylaw

News ReleaseCity Council deactivates Mandatory Masking Bylaw Edmonton City Council has decided to deactivate the Temporary Mandatory Face Coverings bylaw 19408. The decision means Edmontonians will not be required to wear a face covering or mask in indoor public places as of July 1. Council’s decision approved a bylaw (19783) that amends the previously adopted … Continue reading

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Recreation facilities and amenities reopening this week

News Release Recreation facilities and amenities reopening this week The City of Edmonton continues reopening facilities and amenities this week under Stage 2 of the Government of Alberta’s Open for Summer Plan, which allows the general public to participate in individual and group activities. Facility reopenings are occuring in phases to ensure appropriate staffing is … Continue reading

City releases joint plan to address racism and make Edmonton safer for all
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City releases joint plan to address racism and make Edmonton safer for all

News ReleaseCity releases joint plan to address racism and make Edmonton safer for all The City of Edmonton, Edmonton Police Service and Edmonton Police Commission have developed a joint work plan to enhance community safety, well-being, inclusion and anti-racism in Edmonton. Following public hearings on anti-racism, recommendations from the Community Safety and Well-being Task Force, … Continue reading