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Mario Cabradilla

Mario Cabradilla

Mario Cabradilla graduated from the Digital Communications and Media program at Lethbridge College. He joined the St. Paul Journal in July 2022 following his internship at Lethbridge News Now. Mario has a special interest in writing long-form feature stories.

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Recent Work by Mario

Alberta removes more impaired drivers since expansion of sheriff authority

Alberta removes more impaired drivers since expansion of sheriff authority

Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Services Mike Ellis also addressed challenges in Alberta's ongoing efforts to tackle rural crime, including RCMP lacking officers and concerns with Bill C-75.
Alberta government unveils long-term plan to address shortages of rural doctors

Alberta government unveils long-term plan to address shortages of rural doctors

Copping also addressed short-term solutions to shortages of healthcare workers in rural communities, updated the RESIDE program, the agreement with AMA.
Alberta pushes for enhancement and modernization of provincial government services

Alberta pushes for enhancement and modernization of provincial government services

The Alberta government is inviting residents to share their opinions on improving and modernizing its online services through an online survey. The survey will be open until Jan. 24.
Northern Alberta girl named Miss Teen Canada Globe

Northern Alberta girl named Miss Teen Canada Globe

Arianna Heaven Faithful says crown means she has a platform to talk about Indigenous topics that are “not talked about enough.”
Investigators determine fire started by child using incendiary device

Investigators determine fire started by child using incendiary device

A fire at an apartment building in Northern Alberta that got out of hand very quickly has been deemed accidental.
AHS board replaced with temporary one-man administrator, Premier promises better health care

AHS board replaced with temporary one-man administrator, Premier promises better health care

AUPE President Guy Smith says provincial government must seek input from frontline workers "who know what the real issues are."
AHS reports increase in harassment toward healthcare workers

AHS reports increase in harassment toward healthcare workers

Organizations in the province are urging the public to be respectful toward those working in hospitals and other healthcare settings.
Alberta astronaut says humanity's biggest mistake is 'fighting on Planet Earth'

Alberta astronaut says humanity's biggest mistake is 'fighting on Planet Earth'

Canadian Space Agency astronaut Joshua Kutryk will be speaking to attendees at this year’s Remembrance Day ceremony in St. Paul.
Angela Houle becomes first Indigenous woman to get strongman pro card

Angela Houle becomes first Indigenous woman to get strongman pro card

After earning the top spot at the Strongman Corporation Canada’s National Championship on Oct. 22, Angela Houle from Whitefish Lake First Nation #128 also became the first Indigenous woman to get her pro card status in the sport.
Northern Alberta auto body technician reaches the world stage

Northern Alberta auto body technician reaches the world stage

After four years of competing at a provincial and national level, Dorien Lozeau found himself representing the nation.