An update from Canada’s Auditor General pointed out that First Nations communities will face the prospect of not having safe drinking water for several years.
Ninety-nine drinking water advisories have been lifted since 2015, however 57 remain in effect said the auditor’s report released February 25.
The basic overall plan for the provincial budget tabled last week was, cool your jets, we don’t have any money. An $18 billion deficit will do that to grandiose ideas.
Many of you have heard my name for years. “Scott Johnston, 630CHED News.” My beat working in Edmonton radio was civic politics. Some even described me as the “voice of city hall.”
Maybe you heard me on Oilers broadcasts talking to the players about wins and losses after games.
Now I want to win with you.
A round of audit reports are coming out that join previous findings by City Auditor David Wiun’s branch showing ways that both service and value for money can be found within Edmonton’s road maintenance department.
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So far they’ve talked a good game at City Hall, however the need to “walk the walk” is upon us to get rid of the red tape that is plaguing Edmonton’s businesses. Especially those job creating start-ups that are yet to get going.
What is happening at the Blatchford development might surprise you. Especially with the pandemic wreaking havoc on Edmonton’s economy. Half-million dollar homes are selling.