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Non-profits speak out against potential reduction in city-provided funding

Non-profits speak out against potential reduction in city-provided funding

The City of St. Albert plans to release their draft budget during an Oct. 24 council meeting.
MP Michael Cooper appointed to role as democratic reform critic

MP Michael Cooper appointed to role as democratic reform critic

"I'm excited to take on this new role. It's an area that has been of interest to me," said St. Albert-Edmonton MP Michael Cooper.
Artist explores lack of communication

Artist explores lack of communication

Lonigan Gilbert's first visual arts exhibition is at Art Gallery of St. Albert
City to present draft 2023 budget Oct. 24

City to present draft 2023 budget Oct. 24

The Oct. 24 presentation will be livestreamed on the city’s YouTube page, as with other council meetings.

Craft distillery takes 'leap of faith' into own space

Black Diamond Distillery is a small craft distillery that ferments and distills 100 per cent of what goes into their bottles and cans — in terms of alcohol, said owner David Scade.
Premier Smith's comments uninformed, says local 2SLGBTQ+ advocate

Premier Smith's comments uninformed, says local 2SLGBTQ+ advocate

St. Albertan Dr. Kristopher Wells said it was good to see new premier Danielle Smith walk back comments she made regarding discrimination against the unvaccinated.
Sturgeon County pumps $300K more into broadband

Sturgeon County pumps $300K more into broadband

Money to plan rollout to rest of county
Council split on Fountain Park oversight requirements

Council split on Fountain Park oversight requirements

Council members narrowly voted down a motion that would have required administration to bring an updated project charter before council for approval.
St. Albert schools test-drive curriculum

St. Albert schools test-drive curriculum

ATA concerned about lack of support
Bird flu found in non-commercial County operation

Bird flu found in non-commercial County operation

Highly pathogenic avian influenza was detected in at least one non-commercial poultry operation in Sturgeon County on Oct. 5, and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency says efforts to control the outbreak are still ongoing.