It’s a time of change and transition for Alberta, which has generated both anticipation and uncertainty in our city.
As Premier-designate Rachel Notley prepares to take the reins of government, meeting with out-going Premier Jim Prentice, finalizing her cabinet, and preparing a budget, here in Edmonton we, like most Albertans, are waiting to see what impact those changes will have where we live, work, and study.
The New Democratic Party has identified several priorities which are crucial issues in Edmonton – especially in our fast-growing neighbourhoods in the south and west. At the top of the list: funding for education …
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The Design Stage for the new recreation centre is moving forward and through engagement with the community and partners like Edmonton Public Library and Edmonton Catholic Schools, the vision for the site is beginning to take shape.
The initial public consultations on the plans showed support for a multi-purpose recreation centre that could contain aquatic elements, indoor ice amenities, a fitness centre, multi-purpose spaces and gymnasia. An Edmonton Public Library branch and an Edmonton Catholic Schools academic centre are planned to be located with the centre. Outdoor park components will include sports fields, gathering spaces and walkways for the district …
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