Council's on break so we go up one level of government and discuss what Alberta's 2020 budget might mean for Edmonton and catch some updates to a couple previous stories
- Budget 2020
- Keith Gerein: Provincial budget offers little for Edmonton, other than relief it's not worse
- Kenney to Edmonton: Drop dead!
- Alberta Budget 2020: What does it mean for Edmonton?
- Kenney’s popularity dips below 50 per cent amid downward slide
- Alberta Budget 2020: This is no way to run a household.
- Kenney’s budget says an Alberta rebound is coming, as government spending keeps shrinking
- Full-time losses hold back employment growth in January
- Thousands join budget-cut protest outside Alberta legislature
- NAIT plans to reduce staffing by up to 240 jobs
- NAIT to raise tuition by seven per cent in 2020-21
- Budget 2020: A 'strong' signal to job creators but with risk
- Budget 2020: Edmonton mayor, councillors frustrated by lack of supportive housing in provincial budget
- Mayor Iveson Statement on Budget 2020
- Alberta government to add tourism levy to short-term rentals
- Edmonton residents urge city to crack down on short-term rentals
- AHLA Challenges Short-Term Rental Recommendations by YEG Administration - AHLA
- Officers used Clearview AI facial recognition technology, Edmonton Police Service admits
- Controversial Clearview AI facial recognition program used twice by city police: Privacy commissioner investigating
- Commissioner Comments on Edmonton Police Service’s Use of Clearview AI’s Facial Recognition Technology
- RCMP denied using facial recognition technology - then said it had been using it for months
- Edmonton police backtrack on StringRay surveillance statement
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