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Volunteer and enrich your own life and your community. The St. Albert Community Information & Volunteer Centre has many volunteer opportunities to choose from and can help find the right fit for you.

Business Beat

A campaign to support Canada’s Olympic athletes has garnered the St. Albert Centre a prestigious marketing award from the International Council of Shopping Centres (ICSC) in New York. The St.

Explore the hidden island of Hawaii

Have you been to Hawaii previously and wish to experience a different aspect of the islands? Kauai is a natural alternative. The island, which is the shape of a circle and the oldest of the chain, is 552 sq. miles with a population of around 62,000.

Morinville forum draws all candidates

With just five days to go before election day, Morinville candidates brought their positions to the public at an open forum Wednesday.

School Notes

The amount of money the St. Albert Protestant school board spends on combating vandalism at its schools is way up according to the board’s annual vandalism report, released on Wednesday.

Little fire chief raises to new heights

Oct. 14 will likely be a day that Alex Stoyko will never forget. That was the day that the Ă©cole Father Jan student held the esteemed title of St. Albert fire chief for a day. Stoyko, 5, was one of many students throughout St.

Health Monitor

A team based at the University of Athens, after reviewing several studies on the subject, has concluded that there appears to be a link between antibiotic use and increased risk of breast cancer.

Wildrose names constituency president

Legislation passed by the Alberta Government last year that granted the province more control over which power lines are built and when, has St. Albert resident Bill Whitney a little worried these days, and he’s not alone.

Guilty plea in domestic homicide

A Morinville man entered a surprise plea Thursday, pleading guilty to second-degree murder in the death of his common-law wife.

Win Gazette bucks by entering our Small Business Week Contest

The St. Albert Gazette is handing out $1,000 in Gazette bucks to be used at selected retailers in St. Albert. Just name the businesses from the slogans that are provided