City departments to move

Several city departments are relocating and the move will affect some services on Friday.

Several city departments are relocating and the move will affect some services on Friday.

Starting on Friday, the departments will consolidate at City Hall and the Professional Building, across from City Hall. Currently the departments are scattered in four buildings.

The move will take all weekend and is expected to improve customer service, convenience and access to departments.

Departments are expected to be up and running on June 17 at 8 a.m.

• Community Services, Social Planning, Recreation Parks and Services and Project Team will move from the Alexander Way building and the Kinsmen Arenas to the Professional Building, 5th Floor

• Land and Economic Development will shift from the Alexander Way building to City Hall, 4th Floor

• Corporate Services directorate will move from City Hall, 2nd floor to the Professional Building, 6th Floor

• Financial Services (1st and 4th Floor Staff) will move from City Hall to the Professional Building, 6th Floor

• Legal Services will move from the Professional Building, 2nd Floor to the Professional Building, 6th Floor

Just Posted

Central Alberta skiers, snowboarders thrilled for start of season

Central Alberta skiers and snowboarders are finally able to hit the slopes,… Continue reading

CN conductors’ union gives 72-hour strike notice as talks continue

TORONTO — Canadian National Railways conductors, trainpersons and yardpersons have given strike… Continue reading

Auto insurance to climb for central Alberta motorists

It’s going to be tough on many businesses, says local courier company owner

Canada’s Salvation Army testing out quicker tap-and-go option at kettle stations

TORONTO — Canada’s Salvation Army is testing out a new and faster… Continue reading

Father fights with private school over alleged bullying among 7-year-old girls

TORONTO — A Toronto father alleges in a lawsuit filed against Havergal… Continue reading

Your community calendar

Wednesday Pain 101 class — learn to take control of your chronic… Continue reading

Man, 66 struck and killed by vehicle in Regina intersection

REGINA — Police in Regina say a 66-year-old man is dead after… Continue reading

Homicide unit investigating after body found in burned SUV in Abbotsford, B.C.

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — Homicide detectives have been handed the case after police… Continue reading

No winning ticket for Friday night’s $25 million Lotto Max jackpot

TORONTO — There was no winning ticket for the $25 million jackpot… Continue reading

Abortions rights advocates urge Liberals to turn politics into policy

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau campaigned for re-election on a promise… Continue reading

Impeachment testimony comes from White House budget official

WASHINGTON — House impeachment investigators met in private Saturday with a White… Continue reading

Football brings some peace to Sioux family after suicide

VERMILLION, S.D. — Teenagers Jashawn and Jayton Pease embraced in the end… Continue reading

St. Mark’s Square reopens in Venice, but water remains high

VENICE, Italy — Tourists and residents were allowed back into St. Mark’s… Continue reading

Most Read