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école Father Jan selling bricks for new playground

école Father Jan selling bricks for new playground

The students at école Father Jan are brimming with anticipation for the day their new high-tech playground will be ready. "They're very excited. It's going to be novel. It's going to be different.
A lovely legacy

A lovely legacy

Creating a larger than life bronze sculpture is no easy feat at the best of times. When your subject is St. Albert's most beloved and recognizable citizen, Lois Hole, well, talk about pressure.
Boldly going without a real story

Boldly going without a real story

This movie only exists to serve three true purposes: reboot the always stale Star Trek franchise, provide completely unnecessary back story to all of the main characters of the original series and make oodles of money with the least amount of energy.

Court Briefs

An Edmonton paramedic who pleaded guilty to assaulting his wife this week should be able to keep his job after receiving a conditional discharge.

Slow economy driving mental health issues

Mental health problems in St. Albert have increased as a result of the economic downturn, say local health authorities.

Local Spotlight

Ammar’s Moosehead Open Stage started off as a funky blues jam. But lately hosts Mark Ammar and Noel (Big Cat) Mackenzie have diversified the talent.

Province looks at regulating home inspections

The Alberta government wants to know if it should regulate home inspectors. The government is seeking input from Albertans about whether it should create regulations for the home inspection industry, which currently has no provincial rules.

Sturgeon hospital to remain intact

It seems that changes are afoot within Alberta’s health care system but St. Albert residents shouldn’t assume this means changes for the Sturgeon Community Hospital, said Alberta Health Services spokesman Rob Stevenson.

Court Briefs

Spitting assault A man who let road rage lead to violence and spitting received some heavy fines and a scolding from the judge.
New World comes to Children's Festival

New World comes to Children's Festival

Children’s puppetry companies have an advantage over mega theatrical shows — they can stage a show, pack it up when it’s run its course and reintroduce it half a dozen years later for a whole new generation of children.