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St. Albert Kinettes bring relief with Christmas Hamper campaign

St. Albert Kinettes bring relief with Christmas Hamper campaign

Each year, the campaign serves around 300 households with Christmas hampers – around 1,700 people in St. Albert. With a similar amount of referrals expected this year, people who donate will make the difference between families having gifts and food to celebrate Christmas, or not. 
Province to provide more funding for Ukrainian students this fall

Province to provide more funding for Ukrainian students this fall

Ukrainian students enrolled in St. Albert schools and schools across the province for the 2022-23 year will receive over $5,000 in funding to aid with language, social and educational supports. On Nov. 14, the province announced an additional $12.3 million.
Drugs, guns, and hundreds of stolen identification cards seized in search by police

Drugs, guns, and hundreds of stolen identification cards seized in search by police

Both Actimichuk and Orvis were remanded in custody and will appear in St. Albert Provincial Court on November 28, 2022, said police.
St. Albert kendo club members aim for world championships

St. Albert kendo club members aim for world championships

Kendo, which means “the way of the sword,” is a Japanese martial art that was originally developed as a safe form of sword training for samurai. It was the sport’s connection to Japanese culture that drew Nadia Leenders to the sport when she was 16 years old, she said. 
Nally kicks off new minister role with busy month

Nally kicks off new minister role with busy month

Minister of Service Alberta and Red Tape Reduction, Dale Nally, received his mandate letter and travelled to Texas to talk the Alberta advantages with business leaders
Transit to bump proposed tax increase to 5.8 per cent

Transit to bump proposed tax increase to 5.8 per cent

St. Albert will be paying more than $9 million for regional transit services in the upcoming year, which will bump the city's recommended property tax increase up from 4.6 per cent to 5.8 per cent.
Snowflake Festival lights up dark nights

Snowflake Festival lights up dark nights

A series of indoor and outdoor activities will usher in the holiday season
Paul Kane memory lane

Paul Kane memory lane

Joanne Dodd, former assistant principal at Paul Kane and Scott Gibson Dodd, former English teacher and English department head write the guest editorial this week to remember the old Paul Kane building before students switch to the new building.
Salvation Army Christmas Kettle Campaign officially kicks off

Salvation Army Christmas Kettle Campaign officially kicks off

The St. Albert Salvation Army is back with their annual Christmas kettle campaign, the one time of year the organization asks the public for help to keep their social service programs running. Capt.
Fundraisers take aim at food insecurity

Fundraisers take aim at food insecurity

T8N100Men will match St. Albertan's food bank contributions to $34,000, a number that could grow