News round-up September 9-13


Planning and Development:

Events key to City Square’s success (Leader Post)

Condo proposal on Main approved (Star Phoenix)

New demolition date set for landmark Regina hotel (CBC)

City council needs to act (Star Phoenix)


Arts and Culture:

Reginan receives national Literacy Award (Leader Post)

Digital arts group pulls out of bid for building (Star Phoenix)

Council endorses culture plan for city (Star Phoenix)

Feast for the eyes, reader response (Star Phoenix)



Loraas buys Saskatoon Curbside: Company interested in city deal (Star Phoenix)

Roots of urban forest run deep in city’s history (Star Phoenix)



Homes for the Homeless hangs on by a thread (Prince Albert Daily Herald)

Plea For Help Met With Suspicion (Leader Post)

Full-time councillors?, reader response (Leader Post)

Listen or leave, reader response (Star Phoenix)

Partisan view, reader response (Star Phoenix)



Dealing with mentally ill still a challenge for Vancouver police: report (Globe and Mail)

Mayor’s newly released budget strategy sets stage for battles (Globe and Mail)

TTC eyes cutting 1,000 jobs, reducing service on key routes (Globe and Mail)


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