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Council hires headhunter to find next city manager

Council hires headhunter to find next city manager

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Industrial land report raises eyebrows

Industrial land report raises eyebrows

When city administration released its Future Study Areas: Potential Industrial Land report Nov. 7, one page caused a few arched eyebrows.
Michif's pot running dry

Michif's pot running dry

The Michif Institute's funding prospects are starting to look scarce with a two-year funding agreement set to lapse, no indications from councillors they intend to re-instate it and a lack of commitment from other parties locally.
Election dates to be fixed but flexible within a three-month window

Election dates to be fixed but flexible within a three-month window

The fixed election dates Premier Alison Redford promised to deliver will be a little more flexible than expected.
Local MP concerned about museum funding

Local MP concerned about museum funding

While other Edmonton politicians reacted with glee this week to the funding announcement for the Royal Alberta Museum, St. Albert MP Brent Rathgeber said it is money the government didn’t need to spend.
The artful bathroom

The artful bathroom

Imagine a tiny powder room filled with more than a half dozen works of art and you'll begin to understand why the décor, designed by Julie Hage, really makes a splash. The room off Hage's family room is small, just 1.8 metres by 1.
Healthy eating and frequent exercise are key to reducing risk of diabetes

Healthy eating and frequent exercise are key to reducing risk of diabetes

The good news is that you’re doing your best to be healthy by watching your diet and staying active. The bad news is that diabetes is still on the rise, especially in Alberta.
Local businesses feeling positive despite recent CFIB numbers

Local businesses feeling positive despite recent CFIB numbers

The St. Albert Chamber of Commerce isn’t buying a recent report indicating that small business owners in Alberta are less confident in the performance of their business in the near future, especially when it comes to St. Albert.
Chamber to unveil new logo and signs

Chamber to unveil new logo and signs

The St. Albert Chamber of Commerce's new digital signs won't be ready for about another month, but their installation and unveiling will coincide with a change in the group's overall look.
Education minister pushes for local solution to secular education issue

Education minister pushes for local solution to secular education issue

Newly minted education minster Thomas Lukaszuk is hopeful a permanent resolution to the secular education issue can be found without having to use census results that have been slow in coming.
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