Speaking Municipally

The EPS has been given a shove toward further accountability. But only a small one. (Did they have a knife?) Plus, the solar rebate has run out, and so too, it seems, has council’s delight in funding End Poverty Edmonton.

Show Notes

Here are the relevant links for this episode:

Anaerobic trash
Infiniti sinkhole
Monday newspapers
Solar rebates
The shove
Body cameras
Convoy overtime
End Poverty Edmonton
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