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Morinville ponders 40 km/h residential speed limit

Morinville ponders 40 km/h residential speed limit

Part of next year’s traffic safety law update
BREAKING: Edmonton city council votes no on regional transit

BREAKING: Edmonton city council votes no on regional transit

With budget deliberations running late into the evening on Wednesday night, Edmonton's city council has voted not to pay their $10.3 million requisition for regional transit next year.
Christmas Around the World program still going strong at library

Christmas Around the World program still going strong at library

Program marks 37th year
Raiders approach season’s midway point in full stride

Raiders approach season’s midway point in full stride

With a few months of play under their belts, the St. Albert Raiders high-performance hockey teams have a lot to show for their efforts — and a lot to look forward to in the new year.
St. Albert toy drives offer help for the holidays

St. Albert toy drives offer help for the holidays

Volunteer Carmen McElroy said almost 400 families have already come through the Salvation Army free store's doors.
Trans-Atlantic concert features young St. Albert musicians

Trans-Atlantic concert features young St. Albert musicians

Germany-St. Albert duet in virtual concert
Good morning, St. Albert

Good morning, St. Albert

Happy Wednesday!
Local coach behind the bench in Swedish women's hockey league

Local coach behind the bench in Swedish women's hockey league

“My father coached hockey in St. Albert, so that’s sort of how I got into it. I never had the skill to go pro, but I felt like I could bring my knowledge to another aspect of the game." said St. Albertan Douglas Stuart, who is now coaching a women's team in Sweden.
Province announces funding for food banks

Province announces funding for food banks

The St. Albert Food Bank and Community Village is gearing up for around 300 Christmas hampers this year, which is “above the “regular” hampers that folks will be needing to get them through the month," said Suzan Krecsy executive director of the food bank.
City shouldn't expect fewer potholes to be the norm: expert

City shouldn't expect fewer potholes to be the norm: expert

The City of St. Albert cited reduced snow fall in 2021 as the reason behind why there were fewer potholes repaired that year, but an earth and atmospheric sciences professor at the University of Alberta says this scenario won't keep trending downwards, as road maintenance may only get harder as our climate changes.