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Ted Menzies has resigned as the MP for the Macleod riding. That brings us to a vote this week to select a new Conservative candidate.
Fragile Elements Artworks by Susan Casault, Peter Ivens and Teresa Stieben Runs from Thursday, March 6 to Saturday, April 26 Opening reception Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. Artists will be in attendance Art Gallery of St. Albert 19 Perron St. Call 780-460-4310 or visit www.artgalleryofstalbert.ca for more information.
The city has released a list of 20 sites that will remain off-leash areas when new animal restrictions take effect Sept.
International Women's Day Awards Saturday, March 8 at 7:30 p.m. Cornerstone Hall Suggested donation: $10.
Two St. Albert funny men are ramping up the humour to host the fourth annual Mayor's Celebration of the Arts Awards.
Fruition Hollywood Dusty Adonis and Sheik Akbar Shabaz Prairie Western Alliance Esteemed Championships Saturday, March 1, doors at 7 p.m. Northgate Lions Rec Centre 7524 - 139 Ave. Advance tickets: $17/adults; $12/kids, seniors.
Keith Olivieri of St. Albert's Blue Kettle Foods is hoping a new initiative by Northlands will help his company gain greater market access.
Should St. Albert's Catholic high schools form a super-campus? How about an elite academy? Are they working fine the way they are now? Those are the kinds of questions city residents will get to answer this month as part of a survey by Greater St. Albert Catholic Schools on the future of the board's high schools.
I just wanted to let you know how very disappointed I am with you and the decision that most of the city councillors voted regarding the rezoning and resizing the school site in Erin Ridge.
The art and accessory store will be closing at the end of March but store owner Camille Boyd said she's looking to re-open somewhere else in St. Albert in the fall.
Edmonton Journal columnist David Staples holds up a photo radar ticket in his home on February 27, 2014.
Just what is the REAL speed limit on our roads? Ten km/h over the posted limit? 15 km/h? The Government of Alberta had sent me a $78 photo radar ticket for travelling 60 km/h in a 50 km/h zone.
The City of St. Albert has scored a victory in its bid to restrict the sale of drug paraphernalia through a municipal bylaw.