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Nally kicks off new minister role with busy month

Nally kicks off new minister role with busy month

Minister of Service Alberta and Red Tape Reduction, Dale Nally, received his mandate letter and travelled to Texas to talk the Alberta advantages with business leaders
Transit to bump proposed tax increase to 5.8 per cent

Transit to bump proposed tax increase to 5.8 per cent

St. Albert will be paying more than $9 million for regional transit services in the upcoming year, which will bump the city's recommended property tax increase up from 4.6 per cent to 5.8 per cent.
Snowflake Festival lights up dark nights

Snowflake Festival lights up dark nights

A series of indoor and outdoor activities will usher in the holiday season
This Green House: Air Sealing

This Green House: Air Sealing

New series looks at home improvements backed by CEIP
Paul Kane memory lane

Paul Kane memory lane

Joanne Dodd, former assistant principal at Paul Kane and Scott Gibson Dodd, former English teacher and English department head write the guest editorial this week to remember the old Paul Kane building before students switch to the new building.
Salvation Army Christmas Kettle Campaign officially kicks off

Salvation Army Christmas Kettle Campaign officially kicks off

The St. Albert Salvation Army is back with their annual Christmas kettle campaign, the one time of year the organization asks the public for help to keep their social service programs running. Capt.
Fundraisers take aim at food insecurity

Fundraisers take aim at food insecurity

T8N100Men will match St. Albertan's food bank contributions to $34,000, a number that could grow
St. Albert Public taking steps to address race-based bullying

St. Albert Public taking steps to address race-based bullying

An October 2021 Angus-Reid survey found that 58 per cent of Canadian students aged 12 to 17 had seen or experienced name-calling, exclusion, or bullying in school based on race or ethnicity, with Indigenous students twice as likely to have experienced race-based bullying than other students.
City may opt to postpone trail expansion, Heritage Park renewal

City may opt to postpone trail expansion, Heritage Park renewal

Over a dozen capital projects in various stages of completion may potentially be postponed as a result of the city's efforts to lower the 2023 tax increase.
Police seek assistance in locating man

Police seek assistance in locating man

Morinville RCMP are asking the public to help locate a missing 25-year-old man. Roy Burnstick was last seen on Nov. 13, 2022, on Alexander First Nation. Police wish to locate Burnstick to confirm his well-being, said a Nov. 21 police statement.