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Mayor wants city to help attract doctors

With St. Albert suffering from a serious shortage of family doctors, Mayor Nolan Crouse wants to strike a committee to formulate an attraction strategy.

City reacts to LRT route

St. Albert city councillors are thrilled about plans to build a $1.1-billion LRT line to St. Albert, yet remain skeptical about when it will happen. “What a fantastic situation for St. Albert to have,” said Coun. James Burrows.

City partnership tackles graffiti

Residents who have the misfortune of seeing their property fall victim to graffiti now have help to get rid of it.

Province delivers $2M cataract blitz

The province will spend $2 million on an extra 1,400 cataract surgeries over the next four months. Most of the additional surgeries — 1,000 — will be done in Calgary where wait-lists are the longest.

Cabinet tour hits St. Albert

St. Albert had its turn hosting a provincial government cabinet tour on Wednesday. The series of flesh-pressing tours has had the government sending its ministers and MLAs to all corners of the province since April 26. Hosted by St.

City picks dog park design

St. Albert dogs have cleared one more hurdle to getting their own park.

St. Albert council thrilled with LRT route

St. Albert city councillors are thrilled about plans to build a $1.1-billion LRT line to St. Albert, yet remain skeptical about when it will happen. “What a fantastic situation for St. Albert to have,” said Coun. James Burrows.

Crews turn back wildfire

Firefighters battling a huge wildfire northeast of the city got help from Mother Nature and enjoyed some good fortune late Tuesday, allowing evacuated residents in Sturgeon County to return to their homes.

LRT to St. Albert unveiled

The City of Edmonton has unveiled a $1.1-billion plan to bring LRT to St. Albert's doorstep. Officials announced today an alignment that would extend the northwest LRT from NAIT to a future park and ride located just south of St.

Council sets density limits for Habitat project

Emotions ran high at St. Albert Place Monday night, when city council set limits that nearly cut in half the number of units for a controversial affordable housing development at 70 Arlington Dr.