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Year One predictable but funny

Year One predictable but funny

Jack Black’s shtick has been wearing thinner and thinner since he hit his stride six years ago in School of Rock.

Tories push law and order platform

With an election off the table for the time being, the federal Conservatives advanced their law and order agenda this week with two new laws targeting crime.

Test drivers at random to catch drunks, says committee

A parliamentary committee says police should do random breathalyser tests to catch more drunk drivers, a suggestion one local lawyer says moves Canada closer to being a police state.

Newcomers Club happy to support their own

Christmas is coming early for two local community service groups, thanks to a sister agency. The St. Albert Newcomers’ Club recently announced it will deliver cheques next week to St.

Aboriginals gear up for party

Get ready for St. Albert's biggest National Aboriginal Day ever this weekend as the city government officially joins the party. Local residents are invited to Lions Park this Sunday for the City of St.
Local Spotlight

Local Spotlight

If you missed the spectacular performance of the Stereos last Monday at the Starlite Room, rest easy. Capital Ex just announced the local fivesome will open for Marianas Trench on July 21 at the ED Fest stage.

Inflation index questioned

The city is touting a new method to track the inflation of its expenses, but one expert suggests such methods can be a way for municipalities to defend tax increases at budget time.
Local grad hits high notes

Local grad hits high notes

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Production delivers spooks and humour

Andrew Lloyd Webber is the quintessential 21st century composer, and it’s a pretty safe bet his name will live on in the pantheon of music alongside Stephen Sondheim and The Beatles. Webber’s music is challenging.
Locals oppose power line

Locals oppose power line

City and county residents mobbed an open house on the Heartland Transmission Project this week as they lobbied hard to keep a proposed power line out of their backyards.