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LETTER: Renaming comes at a cost

LETTER: Renaming comes at a cost

I find it surprising that the "experts, city staff and the consultants" tasked with the job of re-naming the city streets find it surprising that they were confronted with some opposition to the project at the Nov. 1st meeting.

LETTER: Regional transit? Not such a good deal

Many will know that city council is being asked to upload our St. Albert Transit into a regional system, responsible to provide service to the entire Edmonton metro area. During this budget season, St.
COLUMN: A sovereign Alberta

COLUMN: A sovereign Alberta

Before the year ends, we owe both our premier and Scott Moe, Premier of Saskatchewan, a debt of gratitude for forcing us to examine what this country is all about politically and constitutionally.
Don't privatize lab services

Don't privatize lab services

Those among us who honestly believe the United Conservative Party does not have an agenda to privatize our public health care system should take the blinders off.
Thank you for the medical help

Thank you for the medical help

At the Remembrance Day ceremonies downtown St.Albert as we were watching the ceremonies my grandson passed out and fell on the ground.
Construction projects wasting residents time

Construction projects wasting residents time

It's hard to feel like the city transportation planning department respects the valuable time of citizens and the pride in our city.
LETTER: Provincial politics as talking points

LETTER: Provincial politics as talking points

(Re: St. Albert MLAs clash over Danielle Smith’s Win) St.
LETTER: Thankful for those like Chris Joseph

LETTER: Thankful for those like Chris Joseph

I work at a business in St. Albert who are lucky enough to have Chris Joseph and his family as clients. Every time they come in to my work, they are always smiling and they are such a nice family.
Remembrance Day, for the past and present

Remembrance Day, for the past and present

For some, Remembrance Day is filled with black and white photos of those who were lost in wars that were fought before most of us were even born. We salute the veterans with moments of silence and the sound of a lonely trumpet playing The Last Post.
Lois Hole and her love of libraries

Lois Hole and her love of libraries

As I approached St. Albert Place on one of my frequent trips to the library, I paused to reflect upon the beautiful statue of Lois Hole that graces the plaza. The bronze statue depicts Lois Hole on a bench sitting next to a young girl hugging a book.