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Environment File

A St. Albert ski club went solar this week after it unveiled a wall’s worth of solar panels on its new shed. A small group of dignitaries gathered at the new St. Albert Nordic Ski Club (STANSKI) storage shed in Kingswood Park Monday.
Children's fest celebrates Nat'l Volunteer Week

Children's fest celebrates Nat'l Volunteer Week

In January the city hosted the Continental Cup of Curling, an international sporting event that required about 800 volunteers. The following month, St.
Correction

Correction

An April 6 article on mountain pine beetle said that, according to researcher Janice Cooke, the beetle had spread to trees in the Smoky Lake region.
Morinville marks 100 years with vintage style

Morinville marks 100 years with vintage style

It has been 100 years since Morinville was first incorporated as a town on April 18, 1911 — a growing burg of 85 families with 365 inhabitants.
Council pans day-long budget meetings

Council pans day-long budget meetings

Members of city council turfed many ideas aimed at improving the budget process.
Lemieux touts P3 as possible solution for Ray Gibbon Dr.

Lemieux touts P3 as possible solution for Ray Gibbon Dr.

A St. Albert councillor wants to jump-start construction on Ray Gibbon Drive and thinks a public-private partnership, or P3, may be a way to do it. Coun.
Celebrity guest at town trade show

Celebrity guest at town trade show

If you are going to use your annual trade show event to celebrate 100 years of business, it has got to be big.
Secular education option in the works

Secular education option in the works

Greater St. Albert Catholic Schools have made it a goal of providing Morinville families a secular education option for their children come September.
Voting info in the mail

Voting info in the mail

Bill Wright knows where you live. Hopefully. “We have about 94,000 people on our electors list,” says Wright, the returning officer for the federal election in Edmonton-St. Albert, and his team has to get in touch with all of them.
Fired teacher rejects offer, still speaking out

Fired teacher rejects offer, still speaking out

The battle over transgendered rights versus religious belief between a teacher and his one-time employer — Greater St. Albert Catholic Schools — is going anything but smoothly.
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