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Katimavik buzzed for cancer shave

Katimavik buzzed for cancer shave

Just before they pack up on Tuesday and head off to their next assignment in Ste. Marie, Que., a handful of the members of the local Katimavik crew will be feeling a little light-headed come Monday, thanks to a scheduled charity head shave.
From a home to homeless and back

From a home to homeless and back

Sylvia Cole doesn't sleep well. During the seven months she called St. Albert's streets home a good night's rest was hard to come by, and though she has a roof over her head today, sleeping through the whole night is difficult. "I can't sleep.
Private home care franchise aims to turn heads

Private home care franchise aims to turn heads

Move over Mary Kay. A new business is operating in St. Albert and it comes with a bright pink car. Nurse Next Door is a home health care company that started operating in St. Albert last month.
City man charged in attack on pawnshop owner

City man charged in attack on pawnshop owner

A St. Albert man who previously owned the city's only pawnshop has been charged with a vicious assault against a 75-year-old Edmonton pawnshop owner earlier this month.
Call before ditching doctors

Call before ditching doctors

It’s time that we all stopped standing up our doctors. That’s the message behind a sign campaign that’s gaining steam at medical clinics in St. Albert and throughout the province.
Smart growth stumbles in Edmonton

Smart growth stumbles in Edmonton

Designers have turned an old military base in Edmonton into a walkable community, says a smart-growth advocate, but the area has struggled to attract stores. About 12 people came to the St.
Child beds at Sturgeon closed for good

Child beds at Sturgeon closed for good

The Sturgeon Community Hospital has officially closed its two pediatric beds, but sick children are still welcome in its emergency department.
Health Monitor

Health Monitor

Almost two years after an international study found the drug reduced heart attacks and strokes in men and women, Health Canada on Tuesday approved Crestor for medical use in Canada.
Hammer comes down

Hammer comes down

Upgrades begin to the St. Albert Curling Club's building. View more photos .
Diesel spill a mystery

Diesel spill a mystery

City crews believe they have contained a fuel spill from Wednesday, but are keeping a protective boom in place on the Sturgeon River as a precaution.
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