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Minister queried on public/separate swap

Minister queried on public/separate swap

Alberta’s proposed new Education Act is silent on the controversy brewing in Morinville over secular education, however Education Minister Dave Hancock says the issue will be addressed by the coming school year.
Local youth talk transit

Local youth talk transit

St. Albert's bike rack champion is headed to an Edmonton conference this weekend to help shape the future of sustainable transit.
Medical team pioneers a new normal

Medical team pioneers a new normal

If Lorin Milton was ever going to be able to play with, or even hold and carry the daughter he and his wife Tricia were expecting, he had a long road ahead of him. Not long before he even knew he had a little girl on the way, Sept.
Council clings to old RCMP site to solve police space crunch

Council clings to old RCMP site to solve police space crunch

St. Albert RCMP are no closer to having more space after city council deferred a decision until it can do a more thorough review of the options.
School boards back Morinville parents

School boards back Morinville parents

The Public School Boards’ Association of Alberta has leant its support to Morinville parents looking for a secular education option for students. Currently, Greater St.
Too soaked to seed

Too soaked to seed

Robert Tappauf would normally be well into seeding by now, but this year’s cold and wet has him sitting on his haunches.
NASAP

NASAP

My name is Jazz and I'm an approximately two-year-old neutered male cat who is looking for my forever home. I'm a super affectionate guy that loves lots of cuddles, hugs and snuggles.

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Forklift inspections disappoint minister

Forklift inspections disappoint minister

Employment and Immigration Minister Thomas Lukaszuk called Tuesday a disappointing day, but one that will strengthen his resolve to achieve better numbers for workplace safety in Alberta.
Three-peat for Storseth

Three-peat for Storseth

Brian's back, and with more votes than ever. Conservative candidate Brian Storseth cruised to an easy win in Westlock-St.
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