CBC report: Calgary to fund home security systems for city councillors
According to a recent article posted on the CBC news website, Calgary city council has approved a plan to fund home security systems for council members following protest activity outside the homes of Alberta politicians, including Calgary’s mayor.
The article states:
Following advice from the city’s corporate security, council voted to have the city provide home security systems and installation worth up to $8,000 plus $100 in additional monthly monitoring fees to council members who want them.
Council voted 8-7 in favour of the measure.
Read the full CBC article here.