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Celebrating “Stronger Together”

Celebrating “Stronger Together”

In 2017 Enoch Cree Nation and the City of Edmonton signed a memorandum of understanding to work together on a First Nations-Municipal Community Economic Development Initiative (CEDI).  While other MOU’s have been signed between First Nations and Canadian municipalities, the agreement between Enoch and Edmonton is significant, as Edmonton is the largest municipality in the

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Guest post: a letter of appreciation to DATS

Guest post: a letter of appreciation to DATS

I received this letter from Rosemarie, a constituent of ward 6. They asked that I share this letter on their behalf. I became a DATS (Disabled Adults Transportation System) client briefly in 2010 and again in 2019. Most trips were to and from work every weekday. I thank DATS for all the assistance I received.

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Keepin’ it local for Mother’s Day

Keepin’ it local for Mother’s Day

Since a public health emergency was declared on March 20, and social distancing measures were initiated, Edmontonians have found creative ways to stay connected. Birthdays have been celebrated virtually, Easter too. Ramadan is now being observed by many Edmontonians, and next up is Mother’s Day. Local businesses have found creative ways to provide their goods

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