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2021 City of St. Albert Election Coverage

City denies candidate's request for recount of election vote

City denies candidate's request for recount of election vote

One reason returning officer David Leflar cited for denying the request was a lack of evidence or grounds for the allegations.
St. Albertans frustrated by long lineups for municipal vote

St. Albertans frustrated by long lineups for municipal vote

Health measures, provincial ballot questions, and space cited as reasons behind long lines at polling stations
Civic duty (and moms) drove many to the polls on Monday

Civic duty (and moms) drove many to the polls on Monday

Reasons ranged from the draft curriculum and daylight saving time, to fiscal restraint and backyard chickens.
Council incumbents hold steady in St. Albert's election

Council incumbents hold steady in St. Albert's election

St. Albert's four incumbents all held tight to their seats on council, with Mike Killick and Shelley Biermanski also garnering wins.
Heron wins second term in close race

Heron wins second term in close race

“It’s good to have your blood pumping,” Heron said.
All incumbent councillors re-elected to St. Albert city council

All incumbent councillors re-elected to St. Albert city council

MacKay, who has served one term on council, scored the most votes of all council candidates, at 7,791.
Mayor Heron wins re-election in St. Albert by nearly 600 votes

Mayor Heron wins re-election in St. Albert by nearly 600 votes

Cathy Heron has won a second term as mayor of St. Albert. Heron was first elected as mayor in 2017 and served two terms as a councillor before her bid for mayor.
Heron leads St. Albert race by 500 votes; 10 of 12 polling stations have reported

Heron leads St. Albert race by 500 votes; 10 of 12 polling stations have reported

Ten polling stations represent 83.3 per cent of the vote, out of a total of 12 polling stations. 
Heron continues to lead St. Albert race after 75 per cent of polls reporting

Heron continues to lead St. Albert race after 75 per cent of polls reporting

Nine polling stations represent 75 per cent of the vote out of a total of 12 polling stations. 
Heron leads St. Albert race with 395 votes after eight polling stations

Heron leads St. Albert race with 395 votes after eight polling stations

As for council candidates, incumbent Sheena Hughes, incumbent Ken Mackay, newcomer Mike Killick, incumbent Wes Brodhead, newcomer Shelly Biermanski, and incumbent Natalie Joly are currently leading the pack for council seats.