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This one's a bit of a long read, folks. We've included information on the latest updates from Calgary City Council, the Government of Alberta, and the Government of Canada regarding health and travel advisories, employer and employee assistance programs, as well as a list of resources accessible to all Calgarians.
Today, Administration presented to the Green Line Committee a number of options considered in the Centre City re-evaluation and the overall review of Stage 1 to deliver the highest value project within the approved $4.9 billion budget.
Today(11/15/2019), the Green Line project team presented an update to the new Green Line Committee. The presentation included an update on the overall program, status of procurement, and shared with Committee a set of evaluation criteria that will be used to determine the Centre City alignment.
On October 24, 2019, the Province released its 2019-2020 Budget. While the Province will continue its funding commitment to Stage 1 of Green Line, from 16 Avenue N. to 126 Avenue S.E., funding has been largely deferred from $555 million to $75 million over the next four years. This means a smaller portion of the Province’s funding for Green Line will be released over the next four years, with the remaining portion to come in later years.
Important changes for students living in Douglasdale, Douglasglen (including Quarry Park), McKenzie Lake and McKenzie Towne