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Famine supports Haiti relief

Every year the 30-Hour Famine, a World Vision Canada fundraising initiative, helps more and more people understand what it's like for impoverished people to go without food.

City open to low income

St. Albert residents aren't against low-income people or affordable housing. That's the message coming from St.


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Vandals target St. Albert Catholic High School

gra The RCMP is looking for help after vandals targeted St. Albert Catholic High School sometime over the Easter weekend. The school was covered in graffiti, most likely late Saturday night or early Sunday morning, according to Const. Janice Schoepp.

See the world, save your cash

When Scott Bohachyk decided to book a vacation to India, he wanted to learn about the country from a local perspective without spending a lot of money. Then one day, a co-worker suggested he check out couchsurfing.

Local family wants military discount

Before her husband was deployed to Afghanistan in 2008, Jaq Mcqueen tried to get a family pass from Servus Credit Union Place for her and her two sons.

Crouse running again for mayor's chair

Mayor Nolan Crouse will take another kick at the mayoral bucket. Crouse, a city councillor who ran for mayor in 2007, announced he would seek a second term in this fall's municipal election.

Community groups see a different St. Albert

When Suzan Krecsy opened her copy of the newspaper on Saturday morning, she couldn't believe what she read in “Your Views.” “It certainly wasn't representative of the people I've met in St.

More seats for Alberta

Alberta could get five more seats in Parliament under a proposed law — one a local MP says could swing close votes in the province's favour. The federal Conservatives tabled Bill C-12, the democratic representation bill, last Thursday in Ottawa.

Eco-reno fund closed to new applicants

The federal government brought its home energy retrofit program to a sudden end last week, a decision that's brought both cheers and jeers from local renovators.