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St. Albert nears final stages of land-use bylaw update

St. Albert nears final stages of land-use bylaw update

The Land Use Bylaw, which administration has been working to update since the fall of 2022, dictates how and what kind of development takes place throughout the city.
St. Albert Gazette and A-1 Heating & Cooling present the NAME THAT BABY Contest!

St. Albert Gazette and A-1 Heating & Cooling present the NAME THAT BABY Contest!

Match the names of these well-known St. Albertans with their baby pictures for a chance to win a great prize package from Cattail Crossing Golf and Country Club, valued at $230.00!
Council approves new bylaw, fines for builders not complying with permitting process

Council approves new bylaw, fines for builders not complying with permitting process

The bylaw also prohibits the practice of vibratory sheet piling, which was an issue raised by multiple business owners earlier this year during a development appeal board hearing involving the company working on the former Blind Pig Pub construction site.
BREAKING: Council votes down $20.8 million Millennium Park borrowing bylaw

BREAKING: Council votes down $20.8 million Millennium Park borrowing bylaw

Coun. Shelley Biermanski, Coun. Sheena Hughes, Coun. Mike Killick, and Coun. Ken MacKay were opposed
Jessica Martel Foundation opens Eileen’s Place in Morinville

Jessica Martel Foundation opens Eileen’s Place in Morinville

Second-stage shelter to help domestic violence victims
Despite record drug poisoning deaths, no increase in rates of addiction, data shows

Despite record drug poisoning deaths, no increase in rates of addiction, data shows

Alberta's toxic drug death toll has been blamed on a worsening "addiction crisis," but data shows no increase in substance use disorders over last decade.
New mural at Fowler Athletic Park soars with fun and diversity

New mural at Fowler Athletic Park soars with fun and diversity

St. Albert visual artist Kalina Hanson's mural, Soaring, relives memories of youthful memories of play
St. Albert students build electric race car at U of A

St. Albert students build electric race car at U of A

UA-24 car should do 0-100 km/h in 4.1 seconds
Life-lease victims call for Nally to be removed as minister responsible for legislation

Life-lease victims call for Nally to be removed as minister responsible for legislation

Life-lease protestors visited the Alberta legislature and called for Bill 12, the Consumer Protection (Life Leases) Amendment Act, to be withdrawn
Alberta RCMP advise drivers to hit the brakes on speeding

Alberta RCMP advise drivers to hit the brakes on speeding

Last year, Alberta RCMP issued over 60,000 speeding tickets, 761 of them for excessive speeding (50 km/h or more over the speed limit).
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