Edmonton Notes for January 20, 2019 - Blog
Here are my weekly Edmonton notes: Headlines An investment of $2.5 million from the Canada Cultural Spaces Fund will support the rebuilding of the Roxy Theatre. "This funding will support the construction of a new 14,639-square-foot Roxy Theatre, which will be rebuilt in its original location on 124th Street. The new facility will include a 200-seat black box theatre, an 80-seat studio theatre, a rehearsal hall and a gallery in the lobby. It will also be fully accessible for audiences and artists with disabilities." J.C. Sherritt has announced he is retiring from professional football after spending eight years with the Edmonton Eskimos. "Just to get to call myself an Edmonton Eskimo for the rest of my life means a great deal," he said. Council will be discussing the snow & ice program this week and there will be tough questions about the memo on calcium chloride that recently surfaced. "Councillor Scott McKeen, who reviewed the memo, previously said he plans to make an inquiry as