Thursday Dec 5, 2013
RCMP have arrested a man and a woman after a car chase resulted in a stolen truck crashing into the fence of a house in Grandin on Wednesday. St. Albert RCMP responded to a call around 2 p.m. on Dec. 4 to assist Edmonton Police Services (EPS) in locating a stolen vehicle that was involved in other incidents earlier in the day in Edmonton. ...
A new study will aid the city in reaching its goal of attracting new retailers, says a senior official with St. Albert’s...
Rebates for some water users are going ahead despite an attempt by the mayor to move the money to utility...
Dec 04More Local News ..
Council gave the green light to the initial stages of a project meant to ultimately improve the safety of pedestrians and...
Wednesday Nov 27, 2013
Bunnies are everywhere in St. Albert: in the forests, hiding under bushes; in the streets, bounding boldly along the boulevards; in your shrubbery, chewing your carrots. Even now, in the deep of winter, they're still active, floating above the snow as we struggle to shovel our cars out of yet another snowdrift. You can practically trip over the...
An eco-play, a tree garden and a pocket guide to plants are just three of the many green projects the city funded this week...
Christmas counters can sharpen their skills this week as local bird watchers hold three talks on how to identify backyard...
Nov 23More Environmental News ..
St. Albert should bring back rebates and beef up its targets when it comes to protecting water and the Sturgeon River, said...
Friday Dec 6, 2013
WINNIPEG - Canada's ambassador to the United States says the American political system is heavily influenced by money and is lurching from one budgetary crisis to the next. Gary Doer told a gathering in Winnipeg that Washington hasn't passed a budget in four years. ...WINNIPEG - Canada's ambassador to the United States says the American political system is heavily influenced by money and is lurching from one budgetary crisis to the next.
Friday Dec 6, 2013
BANGUI, Central African Republic - National radio in Central African Republic says the...BANGUI, Central African Republic - National radio in Central African Republic says the death toll from violence in the country has increased to at least 280 people.
Friday Dec 6, 2013More Canadian Press ..
EDITOR'S NOTE — On Feb. 11, 1990, AP reporter Greg Myre was in Cape Town when Nelson...EDITOR'S NOTE — On Feb. 11, 1990, AP reporter Greg Myre was in Cape Town when Nelson Mandela was released from prison after 27 years. Mandela walked out of Victor Verster prison hand-in-hand with his then wife, Winnie, as people worldwide rejoiced. The momentous event rivaled the fall of the Berlin Wall just a few months earlier as a symbol of newfound freedom. Twenty-three years after its original publication, the AP is making this story available to its subscribers.