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Day at the Registry: Municipal body to lobby feds on infrastructure

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Published: Thursday, 07/13/2017 2:31 pm EDT
Last Updated: Thursday, 07/13/2017 5:08 pm EDT
Photo courtesy of WinterE229 via Wikimedia Commons
City of Edmonton, whose city hall is pictured, is among the municipalities that belong to an association that has registered to lobby the government on economic development.

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