Posts Categorized: Edmonton Notes

Edmonton Notes for August 20, 2017

Here are my weekly Edmonton notes: Headlines The City has received a credit score of AA+ from Standard & Poor’s for the sixth consecutive year. That’s the second-highest possible rating. However, “Standard and Poor’s revised its yearly outlook from stable to negative and cautions that Edmonton could face a possible downgrade in its credit rating… Reads more »

Edmonton Notes for August 13, 2017

Here are my weekly Edmonton notes: Headlines A proposed city charter was released Thursday that contains 38 regulations intended to clarify laws and improve efficiency. “What it actually talks about is positive benefit for generations of Calgarians and Edmontonians,” Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi told a news conference. Mayor Don Iveson said: “This agreement fundamentally changes… Reads more »

Edmonton Notes for July 23, 2017

Here are my weekly Edmonton notes: Headlines This weekend, 95% of Wildrose and PC members voted to form Alberta’s newest political party, the United Conservative Party. “On Monday, members of the Wildrose and PC caucuses will meet to choose an interim leader.” A new leader will be chosen on October 28. Graham Thomson says the… Reads more »