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Repairs would close Marina Park overpass for much of summer

Repairs would close Marina Park overpass for much of summer

$1.3 million project would see pedestrian overpass removed for badly-needed structural repairs.
Mayor backs call for mental health and addictions crisis centre

Mayor backs call for mental health and addictions crisis centre

Local network of mental health and addictions groups call for 40 bed crisis centre to address growing need.
Council in Brief: May 11

Council in Brief: May 11

Council rejects backyard chickens and making parkades free, but adds Neighbour Day.
Mayor sounds note of confidence on economic recovery

Mayor sounds note of confidence on economic recovery

Mayor points to reasons for optimism in virtual town hall with CEDC president Eric Zakrewski
Looking to boost spirits, city declares first Neighbour Day

Looking to boost spirits, city declares first Neighbour Day

The inaugural celebration will be held June 20, encourage connection while respecting COVID-19 restrictions.
New crossovers, transit links lead over $1.6 million in sidewalk work

New crossovers, transit links lead over $1.6 million in sidewalk work

New projects will bring total number of pedestrian crossovers in city to 10.
Backyard chickens motion finds little support

Backyard chickens motion finds little support

Councillor Shelby Ch'ng's motion to reconsider issue debated in 2016 defeated by city council
City extends deadline for services review feedback

City extends deadline for services review feedback

Residents have another week to weigh in on process with major implications for city services and facilities.
Mayor to address economic recovery with town hall

Mayor to address economic recovery with town hall

Mayor Bill Mauro will take questions along with CEDC head, as province begins to ease some COVID-19 restrictions
Class action over 2012 flood heads to trial after mediation fails

Class action over 2012 flood heads to trial after mediation fails

Two days of mediation earlier this week failed to resolve a $375 million lawsuit brought against the city by homeowners