Alberta / Edmonton

Alberta’s government investing in Edmonton’s downtown to support projects that create exciting place to live, work

News ReleaseReimagining downtown Edmonton Alberta’s government is investing in Edmonton’s downtown to support projects that create an exciting place to live and work.  To support the region as a driving force in Alberta’s economy, the government has provided the City of Edmonton with $4 million to invest in the city’s downtown core.   Alberta’s government … Continue reading

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Edmonton

City of Edmonton appoints three new police commission members

News Release City of Edmonton appoints three new police commission members On October 19, 2022, City Council appointed Anne-Marie Lambert, Walter (Wally) Sinclair and David Sowemimo from a diverse pool of applicants to serve as members of the Edmonton Police Commission for a term ending December 31, 2024.  Anne-Marie Lambert has resided in Edmonton since … Continue reading

Edmonton

City selects contract manager for cornerstone project of the Yellowhead Trail Freeway Conversion

News Release City selects contract manager for cornerstone project of the Yellowhead Trail Freeway Conversion The City of Edmonton has chosen PCL Construction as its partner to deliver the St. Albert Trail to 97 Street project, which is considered the most technically complex project of the Yellowhead Trail Freeway Conversion. The City and PCL will … Continue reading

Edmonton

Take a ride for conservation at the Edmonton Valley Zoo

News Release Take a ride for conservation at the Edmonton Valley Zoo The Edmonton Valley Zoo is unveiling its Conservation Carousel after five years and more than 20,000 hours of work. Since 2017, the dedicated volunteer carvers at Fort Edmonton Park have been refurbishing the zoo’s original Herschell Spillman Children’s Carousel. They have carved 25 … Continue reading

Edmonton

City shares plan for a safer and more equitable Edmonton

News Release City shares plan for a safer and more equitable Edmonton City Administration is proposing a comprehensive strategy to advance community safety and well-being in Edmonton. “Edmonton will become one of the first Canadian cities to take this kind of system-wide approach to community safety and well-being,” said City Manager Andre Corbould. “The Community Safety … Continue reading

Edmonton

Spring/summer waste collection schedule begins March 29

News Release Spring/summer waste collection schedule begins March 29 With warmer weather around the corner, residents are encouraged to visit edmonton.ca/waste to confirm their waste collection schedule. Starting March 29, food scraps carts will be collected once every week. Garbage carts will continue to be collected every two weeks and recycling will be collected every week. The … Continue reading

FC Edmonton Selects Kairo Coore and Quentin Paumier in 2022 CPL-U SPORTS Deaft
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FC Edmonton Selects Kairo Coore and Quentin Paumier in 2022 CPL-U SPORTS Deaft

Edmonton, AB  – FC Edmonton selected forward Kairo Coore from Cape Breton University (second overall) and Parisian midfielder Quentin Paumier from the University of Montréal in Thursday’s 2022 CPL-U SPORTS Draft.A dynamic striker, Coore is a second-year student from Whitby, Ontario. The 20-year-old is a product of Erin Mills Soccer Club in Mississauga and prior to … Continue reading

New Business Licence Bylaw In Effect in Edmonton
Edmonton

New Business Licence Bylaw In Effect in Edmonton

Public Service Announcement The new Business Licence Bylaw (Bylaw 20002) and associated fee schedule approved by City Council at the August 16, 2021 meeting (item 7.5) is now in effect. The old bylaw has been repealed but licences issued or renewed under the old bylaw will remain valid until they expire. The new bylaw provides clearer and more consistent … Continue reading