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St. Albert Lowe's customers asked to monitor symptoms of COVID-19

St. Albert Lowe's customers asked to monitor symptoms of COVID-19

An employee, who last worked on Sept. 16, tested positive for the virus.
High demand for flu vaccine expected in St. Albert: pharamacist

High demand for flu vaccine expected in St. Albert: pharamacist

All Albertans will be able to get the flu shot on Oct. 19
No increase to grant money for St. Albert non-profits despite limited funds

No increase to grant money for St. Albert non-profits despite limited funds

Organizations getting up to 50 per cent less than expected
Partial closure of Canada-U.S. border extended to Oct. 21

Partial closure of Canada-U.S. border extended to Oct. 21

Crossings of the border have been largely restricted to trade goods, essential workers and citizens returning home since March
Alberta limiting asymptomatic testing of COVID-19 to priority groups

Alberta limiting asymptomatic testing of COVID-19 to priority groups

Dr. Deena Hinshaw says voluntary asymptomatic tests will continue to be offered for priority groups.
Club doing backflips to welcome gymnasts to new facility this fall

Club doing backflips to welcome gymnasts to new facility this fall

A look inside Dynamyx's new gym in Campbell Business Park
Committee cuts down funding for gymnastics club

Committee cuts down funding for gymnastics club

City to review grant management next spring
St. Albert's active COVID case count rises to 16

St. Albert's active COVID case count rises to 16

"Together, we can get through this," wrote Mayor Cathy Heron in a statement to the Gazette.
Six-year sentence for man who stole vehicle at gunpoint in Sturgeon County

Six-year sentence for man who stole vehicle at gunpoint in Sturgeon County

RCMP chase in June 2020 ended with takedown in St. Albert Walmart parking lot
No discounted dog licences for seniors

No discounted dog licences for seniors

Council votes 4-3 against moving one-year pilot forward