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City seeks to open up audit findings

The city wants to increase the transparency of its annual audit findings.
Bellerose loosens up

Bellerose loosens up

With school, homework, part-time jobs and extra-curricular activities taking up most of their time, many Grade 12 students at Bellerose Composite High School are more than happy to have a 70-minute “flex block” in the middle of the day, f

Marriage seminar aims to bring couples closer

Why wait until Valentine’s Day to tell that special someone in your life how much they mean to you? Saint Peter Lutheran Church is hosting a marriage enrichment seminar on the weekend.

Parents' Place helps you pinch pennies

Did holiday gift purchases make too much of a dent in your wallet? Were you hoping for a year-end bonus or raise that never came? Do you find the new calendar year makes you always leap ahead to when income taxes are due? We’re all in the same

City communications director resigns

The City of St. Albert will have to recruit a new head of corporate communications at the same time that council reviews its engagement practices with residents.

Incoming chamber chair trumpets youth

New volunteer chair of the St. Albert Chamber of Commerce wants to see more youth involved in the business community so owners can help them become more aware of the opportunities that exist here in St. Albert.
Organics program a work in progress

Organics program a work in progress

The city plans to offer two sizes of plastic container for the new curbside organic waste program that will take effect in June. The program will see every detached home in St.
St. Albert digs out from winter storm

St. Albert digs out from winter storm

Snow shovellers got a workout this week after a snowstorm dropped a month's worth of weather on St. Albert in one weekend.
St. Albert abandons Guinness record attempt

St. Albert abandons Guinness record attempt

Setting a Guinness World Record is no picnic, St. Albert's Rendezvous 2011 organizers have discovered.

Parents' Place puts its focus on fathers

Father’s Day is still six months away but local dads will have their moment to shine in 10 days. St.