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Councillor takes another crack at backyard chickens bylaw

Councillor takes another crack at backyard chickens bylaw

Councillor Shelby Ch'ng says COVID-19 crisis, new council led her to revisit idea defeated in 2016.
Council in Brief: May 4

Council in Brief: May 4

City council considers financial impact of pandemic, approves millions in road work, and rejects a call for pandemic pay for bus drivers.
Council debates COVID-19 costs

Council debates COVID-19 costs

Multi-million dollar cost of pandemic looks manageable, mayor says.
Council rejects call for pandemic pay for transit drivers

Council rejects call for pandemic pay for transit drivers

On close vote, city council defeats motion to ask province to add operators to pandemic pay list.
Balmoral rebuild tops millions in road, sewer work

Balmoral rebuild tops millions in road, sewer work

City approves nearly $12 million in road and sewer work, considered essential during pandemic
OP-ED: Plenty of heroes have emerged, says Andrew Foulds

OP-ED: Plenty of heroes have emerged, says Andrew Foulds

Let's continue to be smart, safe and healthy as we start to emerge from the COVID-19 crisis.
Councillor pushes to remove parkade fees

Councillor pushes to remove parkade fees

Move largely intended to support health worker, says Councillor Aldo Ruberto
COVID-19 could cost city over $5 million by end of May

COVID-19 could cost city over $5 million by end of May

Pandemic could blow large hole in city's financial reserves without help from upper levels of government
City seeks public input for services review

City seeks public input for services review

Survey includes questions on closure of conservatory, Chippewa Park, city-owned golf courses, and Muskeg Express.
Non-profits get emergency funding from city

Non-profits get emergency funding from city

City directs $170,000 to four local groups, citing increased need during pandemic.