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North West upgrader a major boost for Sturgeon County

North West upgrader a major boost for Sturgeon County

Construction on North West's recently announced upgrader is being marked as a major economic development turning point for Sturgeon County.
City tweaks policy for public projects

City tweaks policy for public projects

Confusion about the funding of a local play park has prompted city council to tighten up its oversight of city-funded projects.
Catholic board outlines 'unique position' to minister

Catholic board outlines 'unique position' to minister

St. Albert Catholic school trustees aren’t backing all of the recommendations submitted by the Alberta Catholic School Trustees Association (ACSTA) to the province regarding a new Education Act because they contravene existing board policy.
Crime Stoppers

Crime Stoppers

The St. Albert Crime Stoppers Association is asking for your assistance in solving the following crime: Between Thursday, Feb. 3 and Friday, Feb. 4, someone entered a garage located on Amherst Crescent and stole a snowblower.
Schools need Farm 101, says report

Schools need Farm 101, says report

Students should take some Farm 101 along with the usual math, science and English courses in school to help young farmers make a living, says a recent report.
Ministers pressed on landowner rights

Ministers pressed on landowner rights

The rights of landowners potentially affected by high-power transmission lines dominated a Q & A session with eight cabinet ministers who stopped by St. Albert last Wednesday.
Sturgeon finally gets an upgrader

Sturgeon finally gets an upgrader

A deal with the provincial government has paved the way for construction of an upgrader in Sturgeon County, which could begin as early as this fall.
Throne speech highlights overseas markets

Throne speech highlights overseas markets

Tapping into expanding markets in India and China was the central focus of the 2011 Speech from the Throne, delivered Tuesday afternoon by Lt.-Gov. Donald S. Ethell to kick off the legislature's spring sitting.
VIDEO: Coyote lunch time

VIDEO: Coyote lunch time

Always on the hunt for interesting subject matter to capture, St. Albert Gazette photographer April Bartlett spotted a pair of coyotes hanging out in an unusual spot —-atop a hay bale.
Shaw forum to debate Internet fees

Shaw forum to debate Internet fees

Shaw Internet customers will get to have their say on use-based billing next month as the cable giant holds a forum in St. Albert.
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