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SHAVA's new bookstore opens for business

SHAVA's new bookstore opens for business

"We were a little worried about the shelves being a little sparse, but they look good, and we are just tickled pink,” said SHAVA president Jocelyne Durocher.
City council votes to drop solar farm project

City council votes to drop solar farm project

Council voted unanimously to rescind the solar farm borrowing bylaw and project charter.
St. Albert unveils Healing Project

St. Albert unveils Healing Project

Falling leaves capture pandemic experience
Residents pleased with newly released solar farm agenda report

Residents pleased with newly released solar farm agenda report

Residents said they were relieved to see the report, but noted the long journey to scrutinize the solar farm project's viability could have been avoided.
Local politicians react to province's first-quarter fiscal update

Local politicians react to province's first-quarter fiscal update

The province showed a forecasted surplus of $13.2 billion due to high resource revenues
Calahoo Erins win third straight national softball title

Calahoo Erins win third straight national softball title

Six shutout victories propelled the Calahoo Erins to their third straight national softball championship title on Aug. 14.
City to discuss solar farm Tuesday after admin voices concerns

City to discuss solar farm Tuesday after admin voices concerns

Members of the public who are interesting in addressing council during the Sept. 6 meeting can register to attend in person or online.
‘The Hunger Games of swimming registration’: parents dismayed over limited St. Albert pool space

‘The Hunger Games of swimming registration’: parents dismayed over limited St. Albert pool space

“We pay a lot of taxes in St. Albert to have these things and then we can never even use them as residents,” one mother said.
Une nouvelle école

Une nouvelle école

École Citadelle students start year in new school
No economic impact from removing methane emissions: study

No economic impact from removing methane emissions: study

“[The results] certainly show the technology is there. We have policy solutions and they have been implemented and we can replicate this in other parts of the province to reduce methane emissions,” said Jan Gorski, director of the Pembina Institute's oil and gas program.