COUN. Jeromy Farkas was abolished by the chambers of the council, voting on his colleagues on Monday for violating the code of conduct of the council.
The Council voted for a 14-1 vote in Farkas for media departments to pay for councilors.
Farkas published on Facebook to see a 2.3 percent percentage of the board paid in 2019. As opposed to statements by the city's financial director, the councilors probably saw a slight decline.
"Here we are here in this Facebook post is not a spin, it's indeed false," said Mayor Naheed Nenshi.
Nenshi said Farkas "violated the behavior code of the commentary and demanded apology.
Farkas denied it and the movement was taking place, leaving it out of the chamber for a Monday meeting. Farkak was the only anti-competitive vote.
Earlier in the afternoon, the councilor's proposal for freezing payment was a confusion in the House of Representatives.
City councilors discussed passionately, almost an hour, to inform the account from the movement. Ward Sutherland wants to freeze board salaries in 2019, after all, to keep the status quo before voting.
"As a result of the slowdown in the economy during the decision, we would probably be able to freeze or cut our salaries," said Nenshi. "So the whole thing became a little bit".
The payment of the Board is linked to the Alberta economy, and annual adjustments occur automatically in Alberta for twelve months.
The consolidated figure for the salary adjustment of 2019 will be available on December 20. The head of the city, Carla Male, says she is down by less than one percent.
The Council, after all, has voted 9-6 against ice cream, which means that the council will see its automatic wage adjustment in January.
Jyoti Gondek, Ray Jones, Evan Woolley, Diane Colley-Urquhart, Farkas and Druh Farrell Councilors have been frozen. The other nine board members, including Sutherland, have voted.
After leaving Wednesdays, Farkas maintained Facebook's position based on information provided by the HR Department of the city in November.
He has also doubled the councils to see a 2019 salary relief.
"I think it's unfair and democratic because the council is a political reason or opinion that is different," said Farkas.
The Nenshi Municipal Council was summed up later, with all councils behind, in the joint exhibition support for Farkas's expulsion.
"Citizens are better off, citizens do not want information to be misleading and they are not only true," said Nenshi.
"Each one of us here does not steal from the public pocket. (All of us) one of us wants to do everyday work to improve this community."
A letter from the city's integrity commissioner, who asks Farkas for a study on social media activity, has been signed by 14 local colleagues.
It has not been a council since at least one meeting in the last eight years.
However, Farkas approached the board of directors who had approached a meeting in April for a meeting.
At that time, the comments made by the media by Farkas criticized the committee's "secret meetings" to weaken the work of civil servants in the city hall.