The Coast's first TikTok: Regional council votes to look at looking at changes for pedestrians and cyclists during COVID-19

click to enlarge Councillor Cleary said “our car culture is on full display here at council," at today's virtual regional council meeting. - CAORA MCKENNA/ THE COAST
Caora McKenna/ The Coast
Councillor Cleary said “our car culture is on full display here at council," at today's virtual regional council meeting.
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Our first Tik Tok: here's what happened at regional council today ##halifax ##hrm ##covid ##cycling ##politics ##newspaper ##news ##novascotia ##fyp ##autotune

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There was a nothing-but-pleasantries discussion about pedestrians, cycling and what to do about tiny sidewalks during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please enjoy our first ever TikTok to learn what happened.

Not included in the TikTok:
  • $10,000 to support the families of constable Heidi Stevenson and Joey Webber, both HRM residents.
  • Approval of By-law A-702 about feeding wildlife and other pet concerns. The new rule boils down to: If what you're doing bothers someone else enough that they complain, then what you're doing probably shouldn't be done.

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Caora McKenna

Caora is the City Editor at The Coast, where she writes about everything from city hall to police and housing issues. She’s been with The Coast since 2017, when she began as the publication’s Copy Editor.

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