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St. Albert restauranteurs speak on new COVID restrictions

St. Albert restauranteurs speak on new COVID restrictions

Some dining establishments choose to close dine-in service
Crafting personalized vintages

Crafting personalized vintages

Gypsy Moon Winery, the first of its kind in St. Albert, sells wine kits exclusively for on-site brewing within its facility.
Movimento Fitness receives Chamber award

Movimento Fitness receives Chamber award

During the first two weeks of the COVID’s challenging closure, the couple worked hard to provide support through a membership online site. Using Zoom, Movimento offered interactive group sessions and individualized one-on-one coaching.
Titan Flooring is 2020 Readers' Choice Best Flooring Business

Titan Flooring is 2020 Readers' Choice Best Flooring Business

In the St. Albert Gazette's Readers' Choice poll, residents selected Titan Flooring as the 2020 Best Flooring Business to satisfy their aesthetic and functional needs and requirements.
Losing a job pushed novice entrepreneurs to open businesses

Losing a job pushed novice entrepreneurs to open businesses

Two St. Albert businesses showcase the power of persistence and faith
St. Albert's downtown businesses see a major drop in revenue

St. Albert's downtown businesses see a major drop in revenue

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, loss of foot traffic from the St. Albert Farmers' Market has hit businesses hard.
St. Albert computer repairman travels to your door

St. Albert computer repairman travels to your door

St. Albert's Christian Johnson graduated from NAIT with training in computer repair and service. Now, he's taking his skills on the road with a mobile repair business.
DaVinci Gelato saves business with pivot to rum

DaVinci Gelato saves business with pivot to rum

“We moved the project forward because now we had time and so we could really focus on this."
Squishing Styrofoam waste down to size

Squishing Styrofoam waste down to size

Once Larson and Fink sort the chunks by colour, they toss them into a hopper where whirring gears shred them into puffy white beads. An auger crushes the beads into a steel box and compresses them to about 1/40th their original volume – enough to turn a slab the size of a phone booth into a rock-hard chunk the size of a coffee can.
St. Albert roofing angels to the rescue

St. Albert roofing angels to the rescue

Local roofing company Roe Roofing helped a family in need by donating a much-needed free roof. It couldn't have come at a better time.