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Fuel spill in Erin Ridge

Emergency crews and hazardous material contractors are on scene at Enderby Crescent dealing with a fuel spill of unknown substance and origin.

Regional plan still greeted with skepticism

Even though the province gave its full support to the Capital Region Board's (CRB) long-range growth blueprint, the plan is still meeting with some skepticism in Sturgeon County.

Environment File

Salvaged pike from the Sturgeon River have helped bring new life to a distant lake. Local fish enthusiasts report this week that a 2006 experiment involving pike from the Sturgeon River has helped turn Cow Lake back into a prime fishing hole. St.

Arlington Drive public hearing

Public hearing for the proposed rezoning of 70 Arlington Dr. was held Monday at 5 p.m. Arlington Drive public hearing

City prepares for overflow crowds

The City of St. Albert is preparing for a crowd at a public hearing Monday when council will hear input on a controversial affordable housing project in Akinsdale.

Reviews mixed for hybrid smart growth

As they walked around the small basement of the St.

City short on census workers

The city’s spring census has run into a snag. According to chief legislative officer Chris Belke, the city needs 70 people to go door knocking in mid-April and administer the municipal census.

Paul Kane chefs take silver at culinary challenge

Three Paul Kane chefs cooked up a silver-medal performance this month despite fire, theft and a family emergency. The Paul Kane culinary arts team took second place at the third-annual Edmonton High School Culinary Challenge last month.

Poundmaker's plans new centre for city

Kids fighting drug addiction may soon have a new place to turn for help thanks to a deal between Poundmaker's Lodge and the Oblates.

Random breathalyser tests proposed

Canadians could be forced to submit to random roadside breath tests at a police officer’s demand under a proposal for new legislation.