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Polar bear decline signals changing climate

Polar bear decline signals changing climate

Telus talk looks at science of Arctic icon
Merry Christmas, St. Albert!

Merry Christmas, St. Albert!

Happy Sunday!
St. Albert playwright receives $15,000 award

St. Albert playwright receives $15,000 award

Louise Casemore, a former St. Albert resident, is one of 20 recipients to receive the Edmonton Artists' Trust Fund Award
Slash alumnae lace up for Team Canada

Slash alumnae lace up for Team Canada

The World University Games — commonly referred to outside of North America as the “Universiade” — is the largest multi-sport winter event in the world aside from the Olympics. The 2023 edition of the biennial competition will bring together over 1,000 student-athletes between the ages of 17 and 25.
Edmonton transit vote casts doubt on future collaboration: Heron

Edmonton transit vote casts doubt on future collaboration: Heron

Mayor Cathy Heron says she felt like she was "kicked in the gut" after Edmonton city council voted not to move forward with regional transit on Dec. 14.
This Green House is in hot water

This Green House is in hot water

Don’t let your drains drain your heating bill
St. Albert nurse bringing supplies to Ukraine

St. Albert nurse bringing supplies to Ukraine

"If you ship it there is no control over it, that's why I went," said the big-hearted nurse, who delivered the products to a hospital in Lviv and included hands-on instruction.
Are you working Christmas Day? See who is

Are you working Christmas Day? See who is

"We are here to do a job when people need us."
Tax increase drops to 4.6 per cent

Tax increase drops to 4.6 per cent

St. Albert city council passed the 2023 budget on Dec. 20, with the final property tax rate increase coming in at 4.6 per cent. The increase means that homeowners with a house valued at $450,000 will pay an additional $167.00 in property taxes next year.
City forecasting $304,000 surplus for 2022

City forecasting $304,000 surplus for 2022

St. Albert is forecasting a surplus of $304,000 by year's end.