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Mounties identify human remains

Mounties identify human remains

The human remains found in a field near Morinville last month are those of a woman who went missing in Edmonton almost 10 years ago Police said this week the medical examiner has determined that the human remains discovered on May 16 by a surveyor wo
Province re-instates funding for gender re-assignment surgery

Province re-instates funding for gender re-assignment surgery

As Premier Alison Redford becomes the first premier to attend Edmonton's Pride parade, the provincial government has announced a reversal of a three-year-old decision to cut funding for gender re-assignment surgery.
Shoes packed up and ready for Ukraine

Shoes packed up and ready for Ukraine

It's been six months since local resident Bridget Reschke started collecting shoes in her Lacombe Park home. Far from a case of hoarding gone awry, it was all in the name of charity to help barefooted people located an ocean and a continent away.
Environment File

Environment File

St. Albert will start planning some climate change action this fall thanks to a federal grant.
Toastmasters gets kids talking

Toastmasters gets kids talking

Eight weeks ago 16 very nervous youths from local junior and senior high schools began a pilot public-speaking program organized by St. Albert Aimcriers Toastmasters club.
Youth centre will try to stay open

Youth centre will try to stay open

The Youth Community Centre's (YCC) board of directors is committed to the organization's mission and will pursue all avenues to keep it afloat after a large chunk of its annual funding was yanked last week.
Police release sketch of weekend robbery suspect

Police release sketch of weekend robbery suspect

Police have now released a composite sketch of one of four men alleged to have robbed two teens last weekend. The two teens were approached by four men near the Solo Liquor store, near St.
RCMP warn about computer scam

RCMP warn about computer scam

The St. Albert RCMP is warning the public about a computer scam that appears to be targeting the city. The scam has appeared in other Canadian provinces before. Callers phone a home, say they are with Microsoft and ask to access a computer remotely.
June is block party month

June is block party month

Want to help reduce crime in your neighbourhood? Throw a party! Better yet, contact St.
Farm Focus

Farm Focus

A Legal student is now the face of 4-H in Alberta after winning the group’s prestigious Premier’s Award earlier this year.
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