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Alberta Election

Candidate Q&A #2

Candidate Q&A #2

The Gazette asked the 18 St. Albert-area candidates running in the upcoming provincial election to talk to us about what they would like done with the curriculum rewrite.

Local trustees in St. Albert support curriculum rewrite

If there is a change of government after the upcoming election, representatives from both the public and catholic school boards say they want the curriculum rewrite to continue.

Candidates to face off over renewables at free solar conference.

Solar trade show St. Albert residents will get to quiz provincial election candidates on green power next weekend as part of a free conference on renewable energy.
Businesseswoman running for provincial seat

Businesseswoman running for provincial seat

Natalie Birnie is representing the NDP in the provincial riding of Morinville-St. Albert.
Separatist candidates run in St. Albert and Sturgeon ridings

Separatist candidates run in St. Albert and Sturgeon ridings

A provincial separatist party is running three candidates in the St. Albert area.
Election 2019: Candidate Q&A #1

Election 2019: Candidate Q&A #1

One big focus of this year's provincial election is the economy and job creation. The Gazette asked the 16 candidates running in the upcoming provincial eleciton to talk to us about the economic future of the province.

Expert weighs in on Alberta separatism

One political scientist at the University of Alberta says separating from the rest of Canada is not going to help get a pipeline built.
Local businessman runs for Alberta Party

Local businessman runs for Alberta Party

St. Albert's Barry Bailey will be running in the provincial election under the Alberta Party banner.

"That is false:" Khan responds to Kenney's accusation

UCP leader said PC leadership opponents worked together against him

City council highlights key issues for provincial candidates

With the provincial election under way, St. Albert city councillors are making sure candidates and voters are keeping municipal issues top of mind.