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Foulds to run again in Current River

Foulds to run again in Current River

First elected in 2006, the long-time councillor is seeking a fourth term in office.
City unveils revamped, modernized website

City unveils revamped, modernized website

Website renewal had been budgeted at about $250,000 and the process took nearly four years.
City's credit rating score holds for 2nd straight year

City's credit rating score holds for 2nd straight year

City given AA credit rating score from S&P Global.
Chapples Park indoor turf centre takes priority over event centre <b>(2 photos)</b>

Chapples Park indoor turf centre takes priority over event centre (2 photos)

City manager tells council the event centre is not being pursued at this time.
Local inquest response 'life-altering' for youth, principal says

Local inquest response 'life-altering' for youth, principal says

Matawa Learning Centre principal tells council that direct actions of city employees and police have averted more potential tragedies.
New bridge considered to link north and south cycling route

New bridge considered to link north and south cycling route

Environmental assessment is underway for a multi-use span across the Neebing-McIntyre Floodway to connect Vickers and Carrick corridor.
Interim plans for indoor soccer could be explored

Interim plans for indoor soccer could be explored

City administration is recommending launching a request for an expression of interest that could lead to an interim indoor turf facility, which could mean covering an existing pitch.
Accord bands coalition together to address racism and promote inclusion

Accord bands coalition together to address racism and promote inclusion

Document, signed by leaders of 11 major local organizations, vows to addresss the existence of racism while advancing equity and diversity.
Proposed 20th Side Road subdivision to move ahead

Proposed 20th Side Road subdivision to move ahead

Nearby residents had opposed proposed subdivison, expressing concern it would further impact flooding concerns in the area.
Site control for Arthur Street mall still under consideration

Site control for Arthur Street mall still under consideration

Designation had been previously referred back to administration by council in January 2015.