Calgary mayoral candidate Jeromy Farkas writes about the City's crackdown on a small business rebuilding from a fire.
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In April 2020, Calgary City Council voted in favour of a residential property tax hike to help businesses weather the economic storm brought on by COVID-19
"If Nenshi decides to run it looks like it will be a competitive election," said pollster Quito Maggi.
Under the new bylaw, masks will be mandatory in most non-residential places until December 2021.
"If he [Nenshi] should run, an unfair advantage is written all over this motion."
McColl writes that the Calgary City Council's proposed rule against Farkas campaigning is better suited to Russia than to Alberta.
A reader says that Lori Williams speaks for the establishment and Nenshi in her comments about Farkas.
Nine councillors, and Mayor Naheed Nenshi, attended the five-day conference in Quebec at a cost of over $30,000 to the City.