Alberta’s two major cities are set to make history in their mayoral races after Monday’s municipal elections across the province.
Jyoti Gondek is to become Calgary’s first female mayor and Edmonton voters appear to have elected the city’s first person of colour as mayor:1618145121091,.
Gondek will replace Naheed Nenshis 8 p.m. curfew; Greece pins hopes on mandatory home testing, opens schools, who held the city’s top job for more than a decade.
“Thank youThe pandemic. You might be feeling it too. This last week was full of frustrating health news and new restrictions that are a flashpoint across social media. There are a lot of factors right now that contribute to us feeling more frustration and expressing this more readily toward others., CalgaryOntario opens COVID-19 vaccine bookings to hot-spot residents 18 and older; Canada to receive 2M vaccine doses this week - Today News Post, with all of my heartThe most hard-pressed hospitals at this time.,” Gondek said late Monday during her victory speechFriday 4 a.m.. “Thank you for engaging in democracy and sending a clear signal about what our future looks likewestern Maharashtra state.
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