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Election night live blog

St. Albert and area voters cast ballots for their new municipal councils today. Join the Gazette as we blog live from St. Albert Place and Morinville as the results come in. Coverage starts at 7:30 p.m. Election live blog

Polls open from 8 to 8 today

St. Albert voters head to the polls today to select one of two mayoral candidates and up to six of 13 candidates vying for council. Because St.

Charitable gaming model sent back to the drawing board

The Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission (AGLC) has been handed the task of reviewing an MLA advisory committee report released last week that looked at how profits earned at casino events are distributed among eligible charities across the province.

Your next car is electric

Electric cars are the future of automobiles, says a Vancouver advocate — but good luck finding one today. About 60 Edmonton and St.

Environment File

City crews and ball players took to the field this week to polish up two local baseball diamonds. Workers resumed digging at the Mosquito diamond in Legion Memorial Ball Park Thursday in an attempt to remove its contaminated soil.

Protestant candidates weigh in on School Act

The School Act: it's one of the most important laws governing education in Alberta, and it's up for revision this year.

Mayor asks for another term

A polite but responsive crowd saved its most enthusiastic approval for the waning moments of a political forum at the St. Albert Inn Tuesday evening.

Toast our mayors

It will be a star-studded affair next Saturday evening when a veritable who's who of St. Albert's political scene gathers together for an event completely unrelated to Monday's election.

Grassroots campaigns stir the pot

Here's a question that didn't come up at any of the municipal election forums held in St.

Big brains discuss zero-based budgeting

Zero-based budgeting has generated some buzz on the campaign trail during St. Albert’s municipal election but a current and former city manager say it’s a practice that’s already largely in place.