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Caught on video: Raccoon sightings grow in city

Caught on video: Raccoon sightings grow in city

"They can cause a little bit of chaos,” said Melissa Logan, the City’s Environmental Coordinator - Sturgeon River & Natural Areas, about raccoons.
St. Albert lawyer describes police leaks during convoy protests

St. Albert lawyer describes police leaks during convoy protests

Keith Wilson was one of around 65 witnesses called to a commission tasked to assess the use of the Emergencies Act during the Freedom Convoy protests last winter.
Panel on renaming in St. Albert gets heated

Panel on renaming in St. Albert gets heated

The event was part of wider public engagement the city is conducting to develop a new naming policy
Retired art teacher opens new studio

Retired art teacher opens new studio

Recently retired Bellerose Composite High School arts teacher Judy Smallwood isn't leaving the education world behind quite yet, as she's opened a private art studio in Stony Plain where she plans to offer a multitude of programs and classes for artists of most ages.
City 'barely handling' cybersecurity threats, requests more staff

City 'barely handling' cybersecurity threats, requests more staff

A new business case included in the proposed 2023 budget is a request for funding to create a second full-time security analyst position to help manage an increasing number of cyber security threats, which the city says they're "barely" able to handle right now.

Alberta government to take strong action on inflation, says Nixon

Alberta Minister of Seniors, Community and Social Services, Jeremy Nixon says he has been given a robust mandate by Premier Danielle Smith to address inflation and affordability issues in the province for seniors on fixed incomes, those receiving AISH
Seniors' wine tasting fundraiser

Seniors' wine tasting fundraiser

Wine, Christmas lights, food and anti-racism are this week's topics.
Child anxiety event gives parents strategies for success

Child anxiety event gives parents strategies for success

“Our goal is not to control a child’s anxiety, our goal is to respond to our child’s anxiety,” said Tania Johnson a registered psychologist, a registered play therapist, and the co-founder of the Institute of Child Psychology.
Tips for Canadian snowbirds escaping winter

Tips for Canadian snowbirds escaping winter

As the world opens back up, many Canadian retirees will return to winter havens south of the border.
Construction frustrating for businesses in Jensen Lakes Crossing

Construction frustrating for businesses in Jensen Lakes Crossing

“I think every business around here kind of took a hit with the traffic,” said Ashley Turner owner of Kb&co.