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Good morning, St. Albert!

Good morning, St. Albert!

Happy Wednesday!
Bellerose Bikeathon back on for 2021

Bellerose Bikeathon back on for 2021

Outdoor ride in its 19th year aims to reach a grand total of $3 million over its lifetime.
Province to add more tools to wildland firefighting kit

Province to add more tools to wildland firefighting kit

Sturgeon County Fire Chief Pat Mahoney said they have upgraded their drone capabilities this year.
Good morning, St. Albert!

Good morning, St. Albert!

Happy Tuesday!
Province announces $3M lottery to encourage vaccinations

Province announces $3M lottery to encourage vaccinations

There will be three lotteries – each worth $1 million – held throughout the next few months.
Senior officer who golfed with Vance has power over military police investigations

Senior officer who golfed with Vance has power over military police investigations

The game came as Vance is under military police investigation on allegations of sexual misconduct, and despite the vice-chief of the defence staff having the power to issue orders to the Canadian Armed Forces’ top police officer.
Canada donating 13M surplus COVID-19 vaccine doses to poor countries

Canada donating 13M surplus COVID-19 vaccine doses to poor countries

The Prime Minister's Office later provided a breakdown showing more than seven million of the doses being donated are from pharmaceutical firm Novavax, whose vaccine remains in clinical trials and has yet to be approved for use in Canada. 
City crews scour ponds for invaders

City crews scour ponds for invaders

Invasive weed patrols move on stormwater ponds
Advocates call for more rights for migrant workers amid deaths on the job

Advocates call for more rights for migrant workers amid deaths on the job

“It’s very difficult to count all of the people who have died as a direct result of working in Canada,” said Syed Hussan, executive director of the Migrant Workers Alliance for Change, but he believes the numbers are “quite astonishing.” 
'Marshmallow’s law' approved by council

'Marshmallow’s law' approved by council

Hen owners can now host six birds, up from the original four.
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