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St. Albert to launch transit tap cards this fall

St. Albert to launch transit tap cards this fall

The city is part of a regional transit program to incorporate Smart Fare cards as payment for bus service.
Students explore art themes in Re/LAUNCH/ing, vol. 9

Students explore art themes in Re/LAUNCH/ing, vol. 9

Each month, StAlbertTODAY.ca will be displaying an online gallery of art created by high school students. These are May's submissions.
St. Albert Children's Theatre goes digital to celebrate its 40th

St. Albert Children's Theatre goes digital to celebrate its 40th

Call goes out to artists of all ages for unique, cross-platform series to mark the company's anniversary.
COLUMN: Let's follow Quebec's lead, declare English Alberta's official language

COLUMN: Let's follow Quebec's lead, declare English Alberta's official language

"Let’s face it, the French language globally has been declining for decades, replaced not just by English, but also by Mandarin and Spanish."
Jobs Now program draws mixed reviews from St. Albert businesses

Jobs Now program draws mixed reviews from St. Albert businesses

The joint venture between the federal and provincial government will provide up to $370 million to businesses to hire new employees.
LETTER: Massive 5G towers in St. Albert cause for concern

LETTER: Massive 5G towers in St. Albert cause for concern

"Why were we not informed about this huge rollout of a new, potentially harmful, technology in our city?"
Good morning, St. Albert!

Good morning, St. Albert!

Happy Thursday!
St. Albert athletes waiting for clarity on province's summer reopening plans

St. Albert athletes waiting for clarity on province's summer reopening plans

Strategy is recipe for fourth wave, warns Talbot
Life with chronic COVID-19 symptoms has taken a toll on these St. Albertans

Life with chronic COVID-19 symptoms has taken a toll on these St. Albertans

Long-term effects can be debilitating and isolating, residents say.
EDITORIAL: The face of hunger in St. Albert is changing

EDITORIAL: The face of hunger in St. Albert is changing

"Food insecurity is often a hidden issue in affluent communities"
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