25
Aug
2021
Posted by: In: Coronavirus, COVID, COVID-19, dr. elizabeth richardson, Dr. Peter Juni, Dr. Timothy Sly, Hamilton, hamilton COVID-19 cases, Hamilton news, Hamilton Public Health, Health, news, outbreak in hamilton, Sizzle, sizzle night club

Hamilton reports 59 new COVID-19 cases, city averaging 64 cases a day in the last week – Hamilton

Hamilton is now seeing almost five times as many new COVID-19 cases reported to public health compared to a month ago, according to the latest data from the city. On Wednesday, another 59 new infections were disclosed day over day which is 47 more than the 12 reported on…
15
Apr
2021
Posted by: In: Canada, City Centre Core Framework, City of Regina, news, Real, Regina City Council, Regina Downtown Business Improvement District, Regina Exhibition Association Limited, Regina News, Regina Warehouse District, Taylor Field, The Yards

City council approves framework agreement aimed at strengthening Regina core

Regina city council approved the City Centre Core Framework on Wednesday — an agreement between the city administration, Regina Exhibition Association Ltd., the Regina Downtown Business Improvement District, and the Regina Warehouse District aimed at strengthening the downtown core. It allows for collective collaboration when it comes to future…
31
Jan
2021
Posted by: In: Ch Cafeteria, Diego Viamontes, Edmonton Chocolate, Edmonton Eskimos, Edmonton food, Edmonton football team, EE Football, Features, mexican chocolate edmonton

Edmonton CFL player originally from Mexico City sets up roots with new chocolate shop – Edmonton

A player who was drafted to the Edmonton Football Team in 2019 has set up roots in the city and opened up a specialty chocolate and coffee shop. Diego Viamontes moved up north from Mexico City in November 2019 to join the EE Football team as a wide receiver,…
26
Jan
2021
Posted by: In: Break-ins, Community Safety, Crime, East City, Economy, Homes, Neighbourhoods, Officers, Police, Safety, Zoom

East City residents share safety concerns with Peterborough Police Service and city councilors

Tuesday evening City Councilor Keith Riel and Gary Baldwin partnered with the Peterborough Police Service to hold a virtual meeting for East City residents.Community members were able to ask questions and learn more about safety around their businesses and homes.Tricia Mason has the story.
26
Oct
2020
Posted by: In: City of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Lethbridge bylaws, lethbridge city council, lethbridge parking bylaw, lethbridge parking rules, Minimum parking requirements, Parking, Politics, Theoretically Brewing

City of Lethbridge looks to update minimum parking bylaws for businesses – Lethbridge

Kelti Baird is part owner of Theoretically Brewing Company in Lethbridge. She and her business partner would like to use their underutilized parking lot to expand the business, but red tape from the city is stopping them. Baird went in front of the Community Issues Committee meeting on Monday…
13
Aug
2020
Posted by: In: allied arts council, Art, Artists, Canada, Lethbridge, Lethbridge Art, lethbridge city council, Murals, pilot mural project in Lethbridge, Public Art, Wall Art, YQL

Participants sought for Lethbridge pilot project aimed at making city more vibrant – Lethbridge

The City of Lethbridge is looking to get more colourful and vibrant with a mural pilot project. The public art committee, along with the heart of our city committee and the Allied Arts Council in Lethbridge, are looking for artists and building owners interested in participating in this new art…
15
Jul
2020
Posted by: In: City Auditor, City of Edmonton, City of Edmonton audit, City of Edmonton fraud, City of Edmonton neighbourhood renewal, Crime, Edmonton city auditor, edmonton neighbourhood renewal, Edmonton police, edmonton police service, Edmonton Traffic, Edmonton traffic sign rental fraud, Edmonton traffic signs, EPS, Fraud

Edmonton lost $1.6M to invoicing scheme where city didn’t see the signs: audit – Edmonton

The City of Edmonton is trying to recover in court $1.6 million from what the city auditor said was a fraudulent invoice scheme involving a pair of city employees, a private sign supplier and the city’s neighborhood renewal program. Invoices were sent and cheques were cut over a four-year period…
20
Dec
2011
Posted by: In: Politics

City of Regina to go deep with business partner on proposed football stadium

By The Staff The Canadian Press Posted December 20, 2011 8:38 am Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ REGINA – City council in Regina has voted in favour of working with a private-sector partner to…
20
Dec
2011
Posted by: In: news

City of Regina to go deep with business partner on proposed football stadium

By The Staff The Canadian Press Posted December 20, 2011 7:18 am Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ REGINA – City council in Regina has voted in favour of working with a private-sector partner to…