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Dogs and photogs team up tomorrow for love of charity

Charity fundraising has never had it so rough but one local dog trainer wants make it much more “ruff.
Students step up for winter

Students step up for winter

Elmer S. Gish students will take to the streets next week as part of a province-wide winter walk. Feb. 9 is Winter Walk Day in Alberta.
City demands more ambulance service

City demands more ambulance service

The city is pressing the province to put another ambulance on St. Albert streets as it looks forward to providing contract services for another year.
South Campbell plans unveiled

South Campbell plans unveiled

Box stores, townhouses and an urban village could be in the future of South Campbell Park according to a draft plan for its development. About 45 people visited Apex Casino Wednesday night for an open house on plans to develop South Campbell Park.

Court Briefs

A man pleaded guilty to his seventh impaired driving conviction this week, landing him a four-month jail sentence and three-year driving prohibition.
High-level ringette player shares the importance of sport with students

High-level ringette player shares the importance of sport with students

For Keenoshayo School's new phys-ed teacher Chelsea Stone, sport is more than just a pastime. It's a lifestyle that has enabled her to make lifelong friendships and travel extensively throughout North America and Europe.

Some seniors working past retirement age

Every morning Robert McDonald gets up just after 4 a.m. in order to get to work as a delivery truck driver in downtown Edmonton for 6:30.
Horner enters leadership race

Horner enters leadership race

Doug Horner resigned as deputy premier and minister of advanced education and technology early Friday morning to run as a candidate in the upcoming Tory leadership race.

Electric cars to hit Alberta roads

Electric cars could make driving cheaper and cleaner, say experts, but also could put some Albertans out of work. A panel of experts will meet Tuesday in Edmonton for a public forum on electrifying transportation.
Building starts fall in 2010

Building starts fall in 2010

St. Albert was one of only two municipalities in the Capital region to record fewer housing starts in 2010 than the previous year but local industry players are touting the virtues of stability in the market.