Ask About Edmonton launches as election looms

To the list of first names that will attract attention in the upcoming provincial election campaign—Rachel, Jason, Stephen, David, Derek and others—would you consider adding Ed? Edmonton, that is....

One step for the LRT, one giant leap for Edmontonians

Two new light rail transit (LRT) extensions took a giant leap forward on Monday, March 11, 2019 following major funding commitments from the federal and provincial governments. Building on the Novembe...

The Future of Waste is Coming

Trash talk. Cart convo. Diaper discussions. Call it what you will, I sat down to talk about the future of waste in Edmonton with Mike, a home owner residing in the city’s southeast. We chatted cats,...

This is who we are: Infrastructure Maintenance and Infrastructure Operations team

Editor’s Note: Today we continue a series of video stories about City of Edmonton employees. In their own words. But, first, just a few more of ours. Together, the 14,000 people who work for the Ci...

Edmonton’s Neon Sign Museum Celebrates 5th Anniversary!

David has been the Program Manager for the Museum since fall of 2014. David Holdsworth was the original creator and champion of the Museum, and spent several years finding a location for the project a...

An Edmonton girl on International Women’s Day!

We could give you her cool back story first, or you could just watch this. Just watch this. 😊 That’s spoken word poet Nisha Patel reprising verse she shared an hour earlier at Edmonton’s City H...

Adam Laughlin, P. Eng, DCM, father, feminist

Editor’s Note: Adam Laughlin is the City of Edmonton’s Deputy City Manager of Integrated Infrastructure Services, the department that builds things—roads, parks, pools, rec centres, the Walterda...

This is who we are: Mark Annis

Editor’s Note: Today we continue a series of video stories about City of Edmonton employees. In their own words. But, first, just a few more of ours. Together, the 14,000 people who work for the Cit...

Heart of the City stories, Vol. 1, No.1

Wilbur the shepherd-collie had been lost and cold and scared for 14 hours in -20°C temperatures when she came across Shaun Bullock and his warm truck and his big heart. “I was out at the Horse Hill...

This is who we are: Troy Sumner

Editor’s Note: Today we continue a series of video stories about City of Edmonton employees. In their own words. But, first, just a few more of ours. Together, the 14,000 people who work for the Cit...

Valley Line West: The Year Ahead

On Monday, February 11, Administration briefed Executive Committee on its plan to procure, or hire, the team that will bring Light Rail Transit (LRT) to west Edmonton by building the Valley Line exten...

A year of fun and firsts with the funicular

Since opening in December of 2017, the funicular has experienced ups and downs. Despite the wild ride, this unique piece of infrastructure has stolen the hearts of many and has become an iconic landma...

This is who we are – Building Great Neighbourhoods: Public Engagement Working Committee

The Building Great Neighbourhoods: Public Engagement Working Committee pictured above are, left to right: Chris McMorran, Cassie Kupsch, Becky Redford, Tom Hovland, Mark Morton, Cathy Dytiuk, Sherry W...

Changing the way we live and work

Did you know? Currently, one in seven Canadians have a disability, and that number is expected to grow with an aging population People with disabilities are more likely to be unemployed, to live in po...

This is who we are – Breathe: Edmonton’s Green Network Strategy Team

The Breathe team pictured above are, left to right: Ryan Andres, Paul Giang, Geoff Smith, Nathan Roth, Heloisa Ceccato Mendes, Angela Hobson, Grant Pearsell and Theresa Piorkowski. Editor’s Note: T...

Welcome to the Blatchford neighbourhood, NAIT!

Today was a historic day for both the City of Edmonton and NAIT as both parties, alongside the Government of Alberta announced NAIT’s expansion into the Blatchford neighbourhood. This is the first ...

City unveils needle collection maps

New interactive maps developed by the City of Edmonton provide a picture of needle pick up in Edmonton. The number of discarded needles on public property picked up by the City dropped from 7,739 in 2...

This is who we are: Smart Cities Challenge team

Editor’s Note: Today we continue a series of video stories about City of Edmonton employees. In their own words. But, first, just a few more of ours. Together, the 14,000 people who work for the Cit...

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