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St. Albert RCMP creates safe zone for online transactions, custody exchanges

St. Albert RCMP creates safe zone for online transactions, custody exchanges

The new zone is designated by two stalls in the southwest parking lot of Servus Place.
'Absolutely beautiful': Albertans line up at U.S. border for COVID-19 vaccinations

'Absolutely beautiful': Albertans line up at U.S. border for COVID-19 vaccinations

Albertans who attend the clinic are given exemptions from having to quarantine for 14 days. They line up in their cars, drive through a loop that takes them just across the border, receive their shots through the window, are monitored for 15 minutes and return home.
Quiet heroes handled difficult evacuation effort during Citadel fire

Quiet heroes handled difficult evacuation effort during Citadel fire

"Whether that person was 100 pounds or 250 pounds, they needed to be carried down the stairs ... The amount of adrenaline in this building was unbelievable."
Early survey results show big concerns in Alberta over Rocky Mountain coal mining

Early survey results show big concerns in Alberta over Rocky Mountain coal mining

"More than 90 per cent of respondents felt there are areas of the province that are not appropriate for coal exploration and development," say the survey results released late Monday.
COLUMN: Plenty of pedestrians who pull a Mr. Magoo

COLUMN: Plenty of pedestrians who pull a Mr. Magoo

"Don’t pedestrians have an obligation to ensure their own safety?"
Good morning, St. Albert!

Good morning, St. Albert!

Happy Thursday!
Inquiry into funding of Alberta oil and gas critics granted fourth extension

Inquiry into funding of Alberta oil and gas critics granted fourth extension

"Our government promised Albertans that we would fully investigate the widely reported foreign-funded campaign to landlock our resources and we are committed to fulfilling that promise."
St. Albert now first in province for vaccination rates

St. Albert now first in province for vaccination rates

The COVID-19 case count dropped to 155 on Tuesday, the lowest for the city since April 10.
EDITORIAL: Go easy on our green spaces this May long

EDITORIAL: Go easy on our green spaces this May long

'Our growing love for nature is not without the heavy consequences that can bring. And by the looks of it, this year will be an onslaught like no other.'
Good morning, St. Albert!

Good morning, St. Albert!

Happy Wednesday!
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