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Black Artists and Performers Gather to Commemorate Juneteenth Through Music, Art, and Storytelling

Founded in 2006, 5 Artists 1 Love began as a small gallery exhibition highlighting Black art and artists as a part of Black History Month. Over the years, the gathering has grown in popularity, expanding to showcase music and dance and becoming a Springtime staple in the local entertainment calendar. In 2022, the event moved to the Winspear Centre to accommodate the overwhelming response and sold out.

Emergency Advisory Committee discusses wildfire response

The Committee has determined that Edmonton does not currently require a local state of emergency and that the city’s fire risk is at a level that Edmonton Fire Rescue Services can manage. In addition to the Expo Centre, the City of Edmonton sent 12 crews and equipment to support the Entwistle, Yellowhead County and Strathcona County responses.

he deactivation will take effect on March 1, 2023 at 6 a.m.

Extreme weather response to be lifted

The extreme weather response was activated on Monday, February 20, 2023, due to the extreme cold. Edmonton Transit Service has been operating a dedicated overnight transportation service on three routes between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. to transport people to shelters with capacity. 

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The Edmonton Combative Sports Commission (ECSC) is a Council Committee composed of up to 7 volunteer citizen members, and they make decisions regarding licensing, conduct, qualifications and contests of activities that include but are not limited to boxing, wrestling, full contact karate, kickboxing, martial arts, mixed martial arts and muaythai.

Citywide parking ban Phase 2 (Residential) takes effect Tuesday, January 24 at 7 p.m.

Vehicles parked on Phase 2 parking ban routes after 7 p.m. on Tuesday, January 24 may be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense. If your vehicle is towed, it will be moved to the nearest cleared roadway and can be located by contacting 311. 

Neighbourhoods will be under the ban for 24-72 hours as crews move through the city. The entirety of Phase 2 is expected to last up to four weeks depending on the weather. Crews and equipment will be working 24 hours a day until Phase 2 roads are clear. Remember to watch for signage at the entrance of your neighbourhood. You can also check our online maps for your neighbourhood schedule and sign up for the new parking ban notification tool, that gives 24 hours advance notice of when crews will be in your area at 

Edmonton News Release: property assessment notices are on the way

2023 property assessment notices are on the way

More than 400,000 property assessment notices were mailed to Edmonton property owners today. Property assessments are a key part of the property tax process, as they help to determine each Edmonton property owner’s fair share of taxes to support the City’s programs and services.

Property assessment notices provide important information about what property owners can expect on their property tax bill in the spring. Once property owners have their notices, they can follow three steps to confirm the accuracy of the notice: 

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