Speaking Municipally

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Summary

Council approved the tower on two single family home lots in Oliver and OK'd the contingency plan for the Metro Line signalling system. Edmonton also has an Access Without Fear policy now. Plus, provided you're 10m away from a door or window, we also have a toke without fear policy.

Show Notes

We're proud to be a member of the Alberta Podcast Network, powered by ATB! There are some incredible podcasters in Alberta and we're happy to be listed alongside them.

Here are the relevant links for this episode:

Pogo CarShare
Vehicle Noise Monitoring
Best of Edmonton
The View
Smoking Ban
Exhibition Lands
Sanctuary City
Metro Line LRT
In this episode we mentioned fellow Alberta Podcast Network member Let's Find Out, hosted by former historian laureate Chris Chang-Yen Phillips. His most recent episode, The High Rise Inquisition, was commissioned by Taproot. We also talked about the OtherWise, a new podcast launching soon "dedicated to empowering diverse communities living on Treaty 6 territory by sharing stories of our lived experiences." They are holding a launch party on September 28.

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 September 21, 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.