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St. Albert residents mistakenly charged twice on property taxes

St. Albert residents mistakenly charged twice on property taxes

More than 9,000 tax accounts potentially affected, city says; rectifying the situation is the city's "top priority."
St. Albert mayor welcomes $7.8 million in provincial support

St. Albert mayor welcomes $7.8 million in provincial support

The city was expecting to see some money for capital infrastructure projects, and Mayor Cathy Heron said was also "cautiously optimistic" of financial support to offset operating and public transit impacts due to COVID-19.
Salmonella cases in Western and Central Canada linked to U.S.-grown red onions

Salmonella cases in Western and Central Canada linked to U.S.-grown red onions

Canadian-grown red onions are not affected by the advisory
City to reopen front counter facilities Tuesday

City to reopen front counter facilities Tuesday

Business licensing, property tax and utility payments can be processed in-person again.
Good morning, St. Albert!

Good morning, St. Albert!

Five more COVID-19 deaths at Edmonton care home, 113 new cases in province

Five more COVID-19 deaths at Edmonton care home, 113 new cases in province

Alberta has 1,408 active COVID-19 cases. Of those, 91 are in hospital and 18 are in intensive care.
UPDATED: Masks mandatory on St. Albert public transit, city facilites Saturday

UPDATED: Masks mandatory on St. Albert public transit, city facilites Saturday

Rules for transit and city-owned facilities come into effect before council's Aug. 4 meeting to vote on mask bylaw
High Sturgeon River levels being monitored

High Sturgeon River levels being monitored

Don't blame the beavers, says North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance
City has a new public complaint director on the job

City has a new public complaint director on the job

Retired EPS member Al Bohachyk is the city's first public complaint director who will help citizens through the process of making formal complaints against the RCMP if need be, and he'll keep an eye on how those complaints are handled through the system as well.
'We're at a new place': Teachers look for clear plan on school restart

'We're at a new place': Teachers look for clear plan on school restart

“No one has explained to me how we’re going to handle it. I don’t think we actually understand it. How does lunch work? Do we use microwaves? How does supervision work? If we do not allow visitors in the school, do teachers get a break for lunch or do we eat with students?"