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Scientists, physicians team up to combat chronic disease

Scientists, physicians team up to combat chronic disease

A new Alberta-wide research team is making is easier for physicians to identify and treat those most at risk of kidney failure, heart attacks, hospitalization and death while also helping health care policy makers to better understand disease managem
Kinettes thrilled with community response to Fill-A-Bus

Kinettes thrilled with community response to Fill-A-Bus

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, especially when you ask Karen Mehok. The St. Albert Kinette is riding as high as Santa Claus on Christmas Eve right now.
To reserve or not

To reserve or not

In this world there are those who like to save in advance of big purchases and those who prefer to deal with big ticket bills as they arise. St.
Giving is a privilege in St. Albert's Catholic schools

Giving is a privilege in St. Albert's Catholic schools

The Greater St. Albert Catholic Schools district doesn’t just wait until Christmas to open its heart and send love and compassion — along with a lot of fundraising dollars — to people and places that need it.
NASAP

NASAP

Roxy is a stunning, young, spayed female cat that came to NASAP from a local park. She recently turned up as a stray and when the temperatures got really cold, she invited herself into the park office.
Morinville parents argue for secular education

Morinville parents argue for secular education

A group of Morinville residents are asking the Greater St. Albert Catholic Regional Division (GSACRD) to provide a fully secular, non faith-based education for their children and grandchildren.
Waste plan to draw debate

Waste plan to draw debate

Notices of the city's introduction of curbside organic pickup are hitting St. Albert mailboxes but the program is far from a done deal in the minds of some city councillors.
Study finds weight divide between urban, rural kids

Study finds weight divide between urban, rural kids

Overweight children outside of the metro Edmonton region tend to be larger than their city counterparts and pediatric weight management services must be designed to optimize access to health services in rural areas, according to a new University of A
Salvation Army recovers toys

Salvation Army recovers toys

The toys reported stolen from a Salvation Army collection bin at the St. Albert Walmart have been recovered. It turns out they were never stolen in the first place.
Former minister says axe separate schools

Former minister says axe separate schools

A petition that aims to give Albertans the ability to decide whether to dissolve separate school boards has garnered more than 560 signatures since it was launched earlier this month.
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