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The on-again-off-again deal to build a new rink for the Edmonton Oilers is on again. City councillors and the Edmonton Oilers agreed Wednesday to split the cost of the final $30 million needed to green light the wavy-shaped steel-and-glass structure
Edmonton's mayor says he's optimistic about a special council meeting on the proposed downtown arena. Stephen Mandel won't give any details, saying councillors need to hear about and discuss the issues at the meeting Wednesday afternoon. Councillors
A long-running debate over the future of a new home for the Edmonton Oilers is going into double overtime. Councillors have delayed for a second time a decision on whether to sign off on a master agreement for a $480-million rink for the NHL team.
Query Katz Group's $430,000 bulk donation' to Redford's Tories cleared by Elections Alberta Dawn Walton and Josh Wingrove Calgary and Edmonton The Globe and Mail Last updated Wednesday, May. PM EDT Edmonton Oilers owner Daryl Katz. (Jimmy Jeong/The
The Globe and Mail Last updated Tuesday, Apr. 30 2013, 9:02 PM EDT Daryl Katz is pictured in July, 2008. Alison Redford's Progressive Conservatives have returned a $25,000 donation after an investigation into a campaign cheque the party received from
The Canadian Press Published Wednesday, Apr. 10 2013, 8:19 PM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Apr. 10 2013, 8:53 PM EDT Even though the money is not all in place, Edmonton city council has given final approval to a deal that would see a new downtown
Alberta's chief electoral officer says he doesn't want to be reappointed when his term expires next month. In a release, Brian Fjeldheim thanks his staff for their loyalty and support during a quote very challenging time. Fjeldheim's office has been
Story The deal would, however, continue to rely heavily on provincial funding, despite a soaring provincial deficit and the premier's warnings of austerity. The framework deal nonetheless meets the goal of sustaining NHL hockey in Edmonton and
Video Media Wildrose Party Leader Danielle Smith, who asked Elections Alberta to investigate the matter when the single-source donation came to light last fall, will be among those interviewed by external experts...Tuesday by the Wildrose Party, Mr.
Story The Katz Group appeared before Edmonton city council Wednesday, eight weeks after council had balked at the company's request for an additional $6-million annual subsidy and instead voted to end negotiations. The Katz Group dropped that subsidy