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High Energy 29 returns to Art Gallery of St. Albert

High Energy 29 returns to Art Gallery of St. Albert

The student-centred visual arts show features 120 works of art including paintings, sketches, ceramics, printmaking, mixed media and fashion
Council approves 2024 tax rate bylaw

Council approves 2024 tax rate bylaw

Residential property owners to pay $1,125.31 for every $100,000 of property value, $868.57 of which is to fund city services and operations.
St. Albert high schools smash in annual Golden Birdie Cup

St. Albert high schools smash in annual Golden Birdie Cup

Bellerose Composite High School hosted the ninth annual Golden Birdie Cup, a small year-end badminton tournament filled with fun, friendly matches between the Bellerose and Paul Kane High School teams.
How do you keep deer out of your garden in Alberta?

How do you keep deer out of your garden in Alberta?

Alberta gardening experts share their thoughts and advice on keeping deer out of your garden this season.
SMOKE: Air quality alert issued for St. Albert

SMOKE: Air quality alert issued for St. Albert

The smoke is from fires burning in British Columbia
AURORA ALERT: High chance to see the northern lights in St. Albert tonight

AURORA ALERT: High chance to see the northern lights in St. Albert tonight

Send any photos you take of the northern lights tonight to Jen Henderson at [email protected]
Spring food drive for St. Albert Food Bank taking place on Saturday

Spring food drive for St. Albert Food Bank taking place on Saturday

The Service Clubs of St. Albert are hoping to collect a mountain or two of food for the local food bank this Saturday.
St. Albert Hospice Association hosts community get-together May 11

St. Albert Hospice Association hosts community get-together May 11

There will be refreshments, plus participant and door prizes
A fifth Five Guys restaurant opening in Edmonton

A fifth Five Guys restaurant opening in Edmonton

The burger chain will open a new location in west Edmonton this June
Alberta announces recipients of first responders’ mental health grant

Alberta announces recipients of first responders’ mental health grant

Thirteen non-profit organizations and six researcher projects will be sharing $1.5 million in grants disbursed through Alberta's Supporting Psychological Health in First Responders (SPHFR) program.
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