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St. Albert council to debate energy corporation study Monday

St. Albert council to debate energy corporation study Monday

Coun. Ray Watkins says it's time for the city to explore creating other revenue streams amid COVID-19 pandemic
Judge grants adjournment in tax evasion case against former Alberta MP

Judge grants adjournment in tax evasion case against former Alberta MP

He faces five charges, including tax evasion, some of which date back to his time in politics.
Canadians are giving less

Canadians are giving less

Generosity Index shows fewer Canadians making charitable donations.
Kinettes say 'that's a wrap' on hamper deliveries

Kinettes say 'that's a wrap' on hamper deliveries

"We are exhausted but it’s the best kind of exhaustion knowing that we helped make a difference."
Survey on policing open until January

Survey on policing open until January

Survey covers the role of police, attitudes towards police, governance and complaints
Feds detail $100 million pledged to fight food insecurity during COVID-19 pandemic

Feds detail $100 million pledged to fight food insecurity during COVID-19 pandemic

OTTAWA — The federal government will distribute $30 million to Indigenous communities and about $65 million to local organizations across Canada to support food security during the COVID-19 pandemic, Agriculture Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau said.
Health Canada proposes reducing nicotine concentration limit in vaping products

Health Canada proposes reducing nicotine concentration limit in vaping products

OTTAWA — The federal government says it wants to reduce the amount of nicotine allowed in vaping products as part of greater efforts to curb their appeal to young Canadians.
Fundraiser for diabetes research heads past $500k

Fundraiser for diabetes research heads past $500k

HEADing to 2022, a Canadian-led medical research contingent with strong St. Albert connections, recently surpassed the $500,000 mark as it barrels toward collecting $22 million within the next two years.
Rules for fuels: Federal government proposes regulations for Clean Fuel Standard

Rules for fuels: Federal government proposes regulations for Clean Fuel Standard

OTTAWA — The federal government has proposed rules for its Clean Fuel Standard that producers and distributors would have to follow under its climate plan.
LETTER: This morning

LETTER: This morning

This morning, a ski was just what I needed To Lower Riverlot, my SUV proceeded. I strapped on my skis, ready to sweat My troubles and concerns, I was set to forget. Then what did I see, as I headed on my way? A pair of footprints, full on display.
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