Albertans will be heading to the polls in mid-April to vote for the province's next government.
Premier Rachel Notley called the election Tuesday morning at 9:45 a.m. A 28-day election period means Albertans will vote April 16.
In the St. Albert riding, incumbent NDP MLA Marie Renaud will face off against the UCP's Jeff Wedman, the Green Party's Cameron Jefferies, Liberal candidate Kevin McLean and Albera Advantage Party candidate Donald Petruka, as well as independent Sheldon Gron.
Morinville-St. Albert will see a race between the NDP's Natalie Birnie, UCP candidate Dale Nally, Green Party candidate Cass Romyn and Alberta Party candidate Neil Korotash.
The rural riding of Lac Ste. Anne-Parkland will see a race between NDP candidate Oneil Carlier, UCP candidate Shane Getson and Alberta Party candidate Don McCargar.