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Clare Gauvreau

Clare Gauvreau

Clare Gauvreau has worked for the St. Paul Journal for more than 20 years as a journalist, editor and publisher. In her role today as newspaper publisher she continues to contribute news and feature articles on a regular basis.

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Recent Work by Clare

Bonnyville Chamber of Commerce asks for support on crime 'epidemic' on behalf of businesses

Bonnyville Chamber of Commerce asks for support on crime 'epidemic' on behalf of businesses

Small businesses under immense pressure, says chamber's executive director
Trucking industry significant driver of Alberta’s economy

Trucking industry significant driver of Alberta’s economy

Commercial truckers carry a heavy load when it comes to Alberta’s economic wellbeing, accounting for approximately $3.52 billion of the province’s GDP in 2022.
Saddle Lake society releases preliminary investigation report

Saddle Lake society releases preliminary investigation report

St. Paul Diocese assistance proves critical in formal inquiry into the children who died and or went missing while attending residential school, according to research lead Leah Redcrow of Saddle Lake.
Wind farm developer discusses $100 million project

Wind farm developer discusses $100 million project

Developer of a wind energy project proposed for the County of St. Paul said it would increase the total value of property in the county by as much as 10 per cent.
Company engaging public over wind turbine project in Northern Alberta

Company engaging public over wind turbine project in Northern Alberta

If it receives the go ahead from AUC, construction of the project involving the installation of up to 35 wind turbines could begin in 2024 in the County of St. Paul.
Main Street lot owner in no hurry to meet town’s cleanup order

Main Street lot owner in no hurry to meet town’s cleanup order

Northern Alberta town at odds with property owner over old cars set up as a tribute of sorts to vehicles in Disney’s Cars movie.
Trans Canada Trail hikers pass through Northern Alberta

Trans Canada Trail hikers pass through Northern Alberta

Couple making epic 24,000 kilometre hike across Canada shares their adventures so far during stop in Northern Alberta.
Chase speeds reached 170 km/hr in citizen pursuit of suspected thief

Chase speeds reached 170 km/hr in citizen pursuit of suspected thief

"The criminals know the RCMP aren’t allowed to chase them … you have to chase them yourself.” ~ St, Paul County councillor who chased a suspected thief and alleges he was shot at in the process.
Much-loved former St. Paul teacher struck and killed while walking

Much-loved former St. Paul teacher struck and killed while walking

A beloved retired teacher was struck and killed while out walking in Stony Plain July 12.
Four St. Paul men recognized for life-saving actions

Four St. Paul men recognized for life-saving actions

“I feel really blessed to have people on our staff who are trained in first aid and who, when push came to shove under pressure, their instincts just kicked in and they did what they had to do."
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