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daveberta.ca - Alberta politics: Iveson and Nenshi in strong position for City Charters

TweetAs the collapse of the Wildrose Party and speculation about Alberta’s next provincial budget dominate political discussions, one of the most politically important discussions impacting governance in our province next year could be about the creation of City Charters. In his first month as Premier, Jim Prentice met with Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson and Calgary . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: Iveson and Nenshi in strong position for City Charters

daveberta.ca - Alberta politics: Alberta politics 2013: Big City Mayors

TweetA generational shift in Edmonton Framed as a lacklustre and uneventful campaign, local media and many mainstream pundits missed one of the most important stories of this year’s mayoral election in Edmonton. The city’s crusty local establishment has lamented for years about the constant stream of locally-raised young talent choosing to build their careers and . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: Alberta politics 2013: Big City Mayors

calgaryliberal.com: Conservative Minister: Cities Don’t Contribute to the Albertan Economy

The Conservative minister for municipal affairs made a very peculiar response to a question by Laurie Blakeman, Liberal MLA for Edmonton-Centre. She was posing a question about how the revenues from taxes disproportionately went to rural Alberta. In Alberta some rural jurisdictions receive almost up to $2,000 for each of their citizens and for cities . . . → Read More: calgaryliberal.com: Conservative Minister: Cities Don’t Contribute to the Albertan Economy

CalgaryLiberal: My Three Things for Calgary

Nenshi and the City of Calgary, over the last year, have pushed a very central theme on how we can make Calgary a better place. It’s simple. If we do just three things to better Calgary, and if a lot of us do it, we’ll make Calgary a better place. You can read more about . . . → Read More: CalgaryLiberal: My Three Things for Calgary