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Some folks love the idea allowing cyclists on our sidewalks. Others hate it.:   Should cyclists be allowed to ride their bikes on city sidewalks? Is this a solution to our bike lane issue? I wrote about this issue in a recent column, one where long-time cyclist Lily Skorupa suggested that allowing such cycling on sidewalks was a good idea. There has been a massive respo...
Cats of the world: Welcome to the Katz District!: Some folks are having some fun with the controversy around the naming of the Edmonton arena district. They’ve created a website promoting the Katz district, which turns out to be a district for, well, cats: “HELLO EXCITEMENT. The Katz District is a dream nearly a decade in the making and a devel...
Saying good-bye to Jenny Loken, guiding light of Councillor Dave Loken: The obituary in the Edmonton Journal reads: “Jenny Loken passed away suddenly at home on Wednesday, July 1, 2015 at the age of 84. Predeceased by her husband Gordon (1965) as well as her daughters, Linda (1981) and Janice (2011). Survived by her children, Barbara, Debbie, Gordon (Denise) and Davi...
Media Monday Edmonton: Update #288: Here’s my latest update on local media stuff: Finalists for the 69th annual National Newspaper Awards have been announced. The Edmonton Journal received 3 nominations – Paula Simons, Maclom Mayes, and Larry Wong were all nominated. Winners will be announced in Toronto on May 4. Friday was Gareth...
Edmonton Notes for March 18, 2018: Here are my weekly Edmonton notes: Headlines Edmonton is an official Candidate Host City for United 2026, the joint Canadian, Mexican, and American bid to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup. The other two Canadian cities included in the bid are Montreal and Toronto. The Alberta government has said it ...
Recap: DemoCamp Edmonton 40: Edmonton’s 40th DemoCamp took place at the Centennial Centre for Interdisciplinary Sciences (CCIS) on the University of Alberta campus on Wednesday, March 14. The event marked 10 years since Edmonton’s first DemoCamp which took place back on March 26, 2008. Here’s what I wrote in my recap of that...

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