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St. Albert housing developers embrace rentals

St. Albert housing developers embrace rentals

The change is part of a nationwide shift towards rentals
Province announces $30 million for sports and rec facilities

Province announces $30 million for sports and rec facilities

Grant is for small and mid-sized projects, including indoor and outdoor skating rinks, community pools, indoor turf centres, pickle ball courts, and other sport and recreational facilities.
Alberta voter ID restrictions threat to "core democratic values": political scientist

Alberta voter ID restrictions threat to "core democratic values": political scientist

"There's been a spirit in Alberta political culture that we want as many people and as many different types of people voting in elections. That changes with Bill 20."
Vertex performs folk traditions of Dvorák and Florence Price

Vertex performs folk traditions of Dvorák and Florence Price

The string quartet presents African American and Czech folk cultural music this Sunday at St. Albert United Church
The art of spring exhibitions

The art of spring exhibitions

St. Albert's Visual Arts Studio Association hosts the All Members Spring Show until Saturday, May 27.
City's rain barrel sale happening Saturday

City's rain barrel sale happening Saturday

Get your barrel while supplies last, the city says.
Ongoing Alberta wildfire crews receive help from Mother Nature

Ongoing Alberta wildfire crews receive help from Mother Nature

Recent precipitation has helped, but Alberta isn't out of the woods yet when it comes to the wildfire threat.
Military convoys to roll through St. Albert Friday

Military convoys to roll through St. Albert Friday

40 vehicles and 100 troops on exercise
ConnectFirst, Servus merger largest in Canadian credit union history

ConnectFirst, Servus merger largest in Canadian credit union history

The merger of two of Alberta's largest credit unions closed May 1
Bill 20 disrespects voters, says St. Albert Mayor Cathy Heron

Bill 20 disrespects voters, says St. Albert Mayor Cathy Heron

St. Albert mayor Cathy Heron says the province should not have the authority to undo bylaws and warns banning electronic tabulators will cost the city come election time
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