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Library launches Period Project pilot program

Library launches Period Project pilot program

“Normalizing administration is important because it is another bodily regular occurrence…When we don't talk about it, we shame it and there's no reason to shame it," said Stephanie Foremsky, public services manager for St. Albert Public Library.
Life-like dinos to take over Arden Theatre

Life-like dinos to take over Arden Theatre

A Dinosaur Tale is kicking off its Western Canadian tour with two shows running in St. Albert next week.
Sunday fun at VASA

Sunday fun at VASA

The art gallery moves to a new reception date in hopes of attracting more art lovers
Development first to meet new density standards

Development first to meet new density standards

A newly developed part of St. Albert's North Ridge neighbourhood is the first to be built to the city's required density minimum of 40 dwelling units per hectare, giving residents an idea for what to expect for most new residential development moving forward. 
Forget the groundhog, what’s a meteorologist forecasting for the rest of winter?

Forget the groundhog, what’s a meteorologist forecasting for the rest of winter?

Temperatures across the province are warming up over the next week, albeit likely temporarily.
Celebrating Black History Month and Black-owned businesses

Celebrating Black History Month and Black-owned businesses

The 2023 focus is learning first-hand about Black history and celebrating St. Albert's Black owned businesses
Small Things Big Alberta streams on YouTube

Small Things Big Alberta streams on YouTube

Matt Alden, a former St. Albert Children's Theatre alumnus turned professional actor, writer, director, improvisor, releases a children's series through is newly minted company, Potluck Productions
Future of youth and seniors' advisory committees in doubt

Future of youth and seniors' advisory committees in doubt

The future of both St. Albert's youth and seniors' advisory committee will be decided this spring as city administration is scheduled to recommend changes to each committee's purpose, with disbandment considered an option.
St. Albert curlers head to New Brunswick for Masters Championships

St. Albert curlers head to New Brunswick for Masters Championships

60+ team to represent Alberta against Canada’s best in prestigious annual curling competition.
St. Albert Dinner Theatre showcases The Dangers of VD

St. Albert Dinner Theatre showcases The Dangers of VD

Playwright Chris McKerracher reminds us to treasure the people in our lives