Speaking Municipally

Speaking Municipally

Taproot Edmonton presents a weekly discussion on key stories in municipal politics. We pay attention to City Council so you don't have to! Join us as we delve into conversations about the context surrounding decisions made at City Hall.

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May 13, 2022 32 min
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Don Iveson (Edmonton)

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  • Tara Veer (Red Deer)

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  • Naheed Nenshi (Calgary)

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