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Edmonton city manager leaves position

Edmonton city manager leaves position

EDMONTON – City of Edmonton city manager Andre Corbould is leaving his position as of April 3.

Edmonton Mayor Amarjeet Sohi confirmed on behalf of city council that Corbould is leaving.

“Council appreciates Mr. Corbould’s work and dedication to Edmonton. He has led the City of Edmonton through a very long and difficult pandemic, supported the transition of this council, helped advance council’s work on anti-racism and reconciliation, helped support thousands of evacuees and provided exceptional leadership during the recent security incident at City Hall,” Sohi said. 

“This marks my 40th year in public service and I am proud of the progress council and city administration have made in implementing The City Plan, recovering from the pandemic and managing community growth. I have every confidence that the executive leadership team and 11,000 staff right across the organization are well positioned to carry the city forward even further,” Corbould said.  

Eddie Robar has been appointed acting city manager until an Interim city manager is formally appointed at the next city council meeting on April 3, a City of Edmonton release said. Formal recruitment will follow. 

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