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Cameron calls for oilsands slowdown

Hollywood film director James Cameron called on the provincial government and industry to consider slowing the pace of oilsands development and to do more to protect the environment.

Volunteers

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.

Future of district debated

The School Act, sexual education and Arlington Drive were just some of the hot topics debated at Bellerose this week at the Protestant school board forum.

Volunteers

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.

Campaign aims to spread birthday cheer

No cake, no candles. That’s the reality faced by many children in the community whose parents can’t afford to host even a modest birthday party. That’s also the objective to overcome for a young St.

St. Albert Trail construction ready to wrap

The summer of construction on St. Albert Trail should be over soon, but crews will be back to complete some work next spring.

Library unveils new search system

The St. Albert Public Library is getting set to celebrate its annual Patron Appreciation Day on Monday and it has a few special treats for the party.

Government launches workplace safety database

Workers in Alberta can now look up the health and safety record of their employers online, but critics aren’t convinced the information tells the full story. The government launched the new website Thursday.

Changing face of neighbourhoods

Something is going on across the street from Doris Harvey and she doesn't like it one bit.

Gold Dust unwraps dining area with Vintage vibe

The interior of Gold Dust Casino's new restaurant and lounge has no shortage of chic design finishes, but the vibe is distinctly Vintage.