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St. Albert Public taking steps to address race-based bullying

St. Albert Public taking steps to address race-based bullying

An October 2021 Angus-Reid survey found that 58 per cent of Canadian students aged 12 to 17 had seen or experienced name-calling, exclusion, or bullying in school based on race or ethnicity, with Indigenous students twice as likely to have experienced race-based bullying than other students.
City may opt to postpone trail expansion, Heritage Park renewal

City may opt to postpone trail expansion, Heritage Park renewal

Over a dozen capital projects in various stages of completion may potentially be postponed as a result of the city's efforts to lower the 2023 tax increase.
Police seek assistance in locating man

Police seek assistance in locating man

Morinville RCMP are asking the public to help locate a missing 25-year-old man. Roy Burnstick was last seen on Nov. 13, 2022, on Alexander First Nation. Police wish to locate Burnstick to confirm his well-being, said a Nov. 21 police statement.
Trial set for multiple auto thefts

Trial set for multiple auto thefts

St. Albert Provincial Court
Big Lake Artists showcase fresh perspectives

Big Lake Artists showcase fresh perspectives

The big six are Carol Donald, Rayma Peterson, Doris Charest, Bruce Thompson, Wayne Gorman and Carol Pylypow
Local anthology launches

Local anthology launches

An anthology launch and craft fair
Police warn of "grandparent scam"

Police warn of "grandparent scam"

The "grandparent fraud scam" involves an individual making a phone call to a senior and telling the senior their grandchild is in jail, and then asking for a large sum of bail money.
City to recruit and train paramedics to work as firefighters

City to recruit and train paramedics to work as firefighters

A decline in eligible candidates means St. Albert Fire Services is looking to recruit advanced care paramedics to work as firefighters during an ongoing paramedic shortage across the province.
A Year with Frog and Toad

A Year with Frog and Toad

"It's a very calming show. It's a feel-good show. It's exactly what we need."
St. Albert MP provides 'update from Ottawa' to Chamber of Commerce

St. Albert MP provides 'update from Ottawa' to Chamber of Commerce

Cooper spoke about his activities in Canadian Parliament this year including championing a bill to support jurors' mental health, his new role in the shadow cabinet, his work on the Special Joint Committee on Medical Assistance in Dying, and the state of inflation in Canada.