Speaking Municipally

Speaking Municipally • Episode 11
The Juicy New Melonnovation Hub
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The Juicy New Melonnovation Hub
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In this episode we talk with Eliza Barlow and Therese Kehler, the writer and editor of Taproot Edmonton's newest story on EEDC's lease on the 103st building that they plan to use as the location of their new "Innovation Hub".

Read the full reporting here, before listening to the episode: https://www.taprootedmonton.ca/stories/2018/eedc-leased-it-but-will-they-come/

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In this episode we talk with Eliza Barlow and Therese Kehler, the writer and editor of Taproot Edmonton's newest story on EEDC's lease on the 103st building that they plan to use as the location of their new "Innovation Hub".

Read the full reporting here, before listening to the episode: https://www.taprootedmonton.ca/stories/2018/eedc-leased-it-but-will-they-come/

EEDC leased it, but will they come?
An older downtown tower could be reborn as a new Innovation Hub to revitalize Edmonton’s tech startup community — if it can get tenants

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Taproot Edmonton presents a weekly discussion on key stories in municipal politics. We pay attention to City Council so you don't have to! Join us as we delve into conversations about the context surrounding decisions made at City Hall.