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My name is Raven and I am a large breed, nine-month-old lab-cross looking for a great new home. I am a good dog. My foster mom is very pleased with me and says I'm no trouble. I am housetrained and good in a crate.
St. Albert man reuinted with family

St. Albert man reuinted with family

St. Albert resident Grant Cathrea returned to Canada after a few harrowing weeks amid turmoil in Libya. The African nation faces unrestl as leader Col. Moammar Gadhafi continues his bloody crackdown on opponents to his rule.
Provincial budget shrinks eco-spending

Provincial budget shrinks eco-spending

There were a lot of eco-bucks in last week's provincial budget, but environmentalists say it's an open question as to whether or not they'll be spent.
Budget snowed under

Budget snowed under

Just two months into 2011, the city is projecting a $600,000 shortfall in its snow removal budget. Heavy snows that are about twice the seasonal norm have prompted the city to spend nearly twice what was budgeted for outside snow removal contractors.
Crouse hopes for royal visit

Crouse hopes for royal visit

Mayor Nolan Crouse is hoping to welcome some very special newlyweds to the community this summer, making the pitch to have Prince William and his soon-to-be bride Kate Middleton visit St. Albert.
City to rent vacant house to needy family

City to rent vacant house to needy family

The city is looking to help one low-income family by renting out a vacant home that sits on land acquired to build a connection to Anthony Henday Drive. The city will rent a house that sits on a former acreage site at 1 Sir Winston Churchill Ave.
Alberta Party hopeful makes stop in St. Albert

Alberta Party hopeful makes stop in St. Albert

A Calgary-based energy executive is the third person to put his name forward as leader of the Alberta Party.
City to seek delay for Riel cleanup

City to seek delay for Riel cleanup

The city will ask federal regulators for a one-year delay on the final stage of remediation of a former landfill in Riel Park.
Finance minister defends budget

Finance minister defends budget

Finance Minister Lloyd Snelgrove defended the provincial government’s 2011 budget on Tuesday, saying the Tories opted not to go on a “crash diet” and curb spending, as some would have liked.
Online census coming to Morinville

Online census coming to Morinville

s Morinville hopes a boom in its population will result in more cash coming into town coffers this year and, thanks to the Internet, fewer dollars going out.
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