In our twenty-fourth episode we do a brief election recap, and also tackle a couple of issues that have been in the news lately.
Graham called it – a big win for Don Iveson. How did he get it right? We also talk about the disappointing turnout for 2013, just 34.5%. Why don’t more people vote? Did we get young people voting? Finally, we touch on what the new City Council looks like and what we can expect.
We also discuss the proposed 71-storey building known as The Edmontonian. While it is a positive sign for downtown, how realistic is the project really? What can we expect? What kind of track record does the developer have? How does it relate to the CRL?
While some seem pretty happy about Edmonton’s prospects, others appear to be non-believers. We’re talking about Air Canada and its decision to cancel the daily YEG-LHR flight. What gives? Why don’t they support Edmonton?
Here are some relevant links for this episode:
- Edmonton Election 2013: The Morning After
- Russell Brand May Have Started a Revolution Last Night
- Quick Thoughts on the proposed 71-storey Edmontonian
- Air Canada is ‘archaic’
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