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3 hrs ago | St. Albert Gazette

Online census a success

St. Albert continues to have one of the highest online census response rates in Alberta, with 44 per cent of residents using the electronic tool during the last biennial enumeration.

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7 hrs ago | St. Albert Gazette

Medical marijuana production issue gets emotional at council

Attempts to creatively block medical marijuana production facilities from setting up shop in St. Albert were stalled by council on Monday night.

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Tue Aug 26, 2014

Canada.com

Cougar destroyed in Waterton Lakes National Park after attack on teenage girl

A cougar was destroyed in Waterton Lakes National Park on Monday after it attacked a 17-year old girl along a popular trail.

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St. Albert Gazette

Mixed reviews to Prentice plan

In an online poll conducted Thursday, the Gazette asked whether residents believe that politicians at the federal, provincial and municipal level "should be limited on how long they can hold their seats."

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St. Albert Gazette

Does CRB role take away from mayoral work?

Can Mayor Nolan Crouse be both an effective full-time mayor for St. Albert and chair of the Capital Region Board? Former mayor Richard Plain spoke at council on Monday night, speaking in part to the time Crouse spends on his CRB duties and consideration of St. Albert's governance structure.

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Mon Aug 25, 2014

St. Albert Gazette

Habitat to evict four families

HABITAT HARSHNESS? - Habitat for Humanity is evicting four of its families from their St. Albert homes.

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The London Free Press

London Badgers take under-13 bronze at nationals

The London Badgers won the bronze medal at the Baseball Canada 13U National Championship with a 6-2 victory over Team Alberta, represented by the St. Albert Cardinals, Sunday at Stronach Stadium.

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Sat Aug 23, 2014

St. Albert Gazette

Spotlight

Right on the heels of the Fringe Festival, St. Albert Theatre Troupe is keeping the momentum going with auditions for its season opener.

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St. Albert Gazette

Mixed reviews to Prentice plan

In an online poll conducted Thursday, the Gazette asked whether residents believe that politicians at the federal, provincial and municipal level 'should be limited on how long they can hold their seats.'

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St. Albert Gazette

Does CRB role take away from mayoral work?

Can Mayor Nolan Crouse be both an effective full-time mayor for St. Albert and chair of the Capital Region Board? Former mayor Richard Plain spoke at council on Monday night, speaking in part to the time Crouse spends on his CRB duties and consideration of St. Albert's governance structure.

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St. Albert Gazette

Photo radar changes in St. Albert

Sharp-eyed motorists in St. Albert may have noticed some different photo radar techniques being used around the city in recent weeks.

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Fri Aug 22, 2014

St. Albert Gazette

Habitat to evict four families

HABITAT HARSHNESS? - Habitat for Humanity is evicting four of its families from their St. Albert homes.

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Thu Aug 21, 2014

St. Albert Gazette

Passion for pottery

Ottawa resident Sonia Fairfield enjoys a boisterous discussion with artisan Aleta Prieba at the St. Albert Farmers' Market.

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St. Albert Gazette

Police Beat

Around 7 p.m. on Aug. 13, St. Albert RCMP responded to a report of three teens drinking and smashing bottles in the parking lot of the Kinsmen Clubhouse on Larose Drive.

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St. Albert Gazette

We live in an artist's paradise

We have a romantic notion that big metropolises are artistic hubs nurturing great geniuses.

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St. Albert Gazette

Golby readying to tell you a story about art

Storytellers with Shane Golby, curator with the Art Gallery of Alberta Presentation and discussion held in conjunction with Storytellers, a part of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts' Travelling Exhibition program 7 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 26 Location: Forsyth Hall, St. Albert Public Library 5 St. Anne Street Attendance is free but ... (more)

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Wed Aug 20, 2014

St. Albert Gazette

Grandin Theatres takes final curtain

'It's a shame about the theatre closing,' said Meghan Tauber. 'If want to have a night out together it can cost $100, maybe more.

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Vancouver Sun

'I'm not that dumb': Vader denies threatening to kill correctional officer in Edmonton

Users of the social media site Pinterest share photos of tattoos that just may cross the boundaries of good taste.

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Sat Aug 16, 2014

St. Albert Gazette

Up close and personal with the Fringe Festival

These are just a few adjectives that describe the explosion of theatre at the 33rd edition of the Edmonton International Fringe Festival now running until Aug. 24. It's not uncommon to see ardent Fringers fingering their guide, and zigzagging through packed crowds at breakneck speeds to reach the next venue.

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St. Albert Gazette

WISEST students study hips and fat

St. Albert students Grace Silver and Natalia Rudolf spent the summer researching cholesterol busters and broken hips as part of the Women in Scholarship, Engineering, Science and Technology summer research program.

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