“Countries investing in cities are winning.”
Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson joins Dave Cournoyer on the Daveberta Podcast to talk about being a big city mayor during the COVID-19 global pandemic, municipal relations with the provincial government, and Edmonton’s rapid plan to end homelessness.
Iveson has served as Mayor since 2013 and was previously a City Councillor in southwest Edmonton from 2007 to 2013.
Thanks to Mayor Iveson for setting some time aside to join us on the podcast. And thank you to our producer Adam Rozenhart for making the podcast sound so good.
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- Edmonton’s Rapid Plan to End Homelessness (DonIveson.ca, Oct. 10, 2020)
- ‘Whatever it takes:’ Edmonton mayor pledges to end homelessness this fall (CBC, Oct. 2, 2020)
- Camp Pekiwewin calls for COVID-19 support, redoubles demand for free transit (CBC, Sept. 23, 2020)
- Iveson calls on province to pitch in $17.4 million annually for supportive housing complexes to address homelessness (Edmonton Journal, Oct. 8, 2020)