Monthly Archives: September, 2013

Local News Mourning St. Albert father thanks community

The father of a boy killed by a school bus on Friday is thanking the community for its outpouring of support.

“People shouldn’t be strangers. Our door is open for people to say their condolences and for any friends that have been keeping their distance out of respect and privacy,” said Jeff Wedman in an interview on Monday.

Local News City construction work on track for completion

Most city construction projects are expected to be completed this year instead of carrying over in 2014.
“The outlook is a lot better than it was last year,” said Sue Howard, capital projects manager for the City of St. Albert.
After rain caused delays in 2012 the list for 2013 was longer than planned.

Community Blog A setback

My first two games have revealed that my quickness and speed are lagging behind the other aspects of my conditioning. I’m in better shape than…

Movies Movie Clips

In a performance that recalls his iconic turns in Escape from New York and Death Proof, Russell plays Crunch Calhoun, a motorcycle daredevil vaunted less…

Entertainment Spotlight

Singer-songwriter Will Stroet once again returns to the Arden Theatre as part of Noisy Theatre. But this time the high-energy Backyard Band joins him on…

At Home Counterintuitive

One of the most exciting decorating trends is taking place in the way designers are treating that most utilitarian of objects – the kitchen countertop.…

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