Speaking Municipally

Speaking MunicipallyEpisode 9
Lettuce on the bus for free
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Lettuce on the bus for free
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Free transit is on the table after Councillor Paquette issued a notice of motion to examine what free transit might look like in our city. We have an update on Terwiliger Drive, calcium chloride and whether you have to walk half a kilometre to refill your booze flask.

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Free transit is on the table after Councillor Paquette issued a notice of motion to examine what free transit might look like in our city. We have an update on Terwiliger Drive, calcium chloride and whether you have to walk half a kilometre to refill your booze flask.

Here are the relevant links for this episode:

Calgary Snow
Snow Tires
Marijuana on October 17
Terwillegar Expressway
Liquor Stores
Calcium Chloride
Thrive Edmonton
Paula Simons
Free Transit
In this episode we mentioned LitFest Alberta, Canada's original nonfiction festival, running October 11 to 21 in Edmonton. Passes are $129 but you can use promo code APNROCKS to get $5 off because LitFest is a sponsor of the Alberta Podcast Network! Speaking of APN, we decided to plug the Events page this episode - check it out for an up-to-date listing of podcast-related events taking place across Alberta.

Speaking of events, Taproot Edmonton is hosting a panel during Edmonton Startup Week focused on the future of local tech coverage. We hope to see you there!

Speaking Municipally is produced by Taproot Edmonton, a home for curiosity-driven stories about our city, cultivated by the community. In addition to this podcast, Taproot publishes the Council Roundup every week. Sign up to get it delivered by email for free. Here's the October 5, 2018 edition.

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What is Speaking Municipally?

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.