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Arden packed for all-candidates forum

Taxes were the dominant issue at the first all-candidates forum of St. Albert's civic election. About 500 people packed the Arden Theatre Tuesday evening as St. Albert residents gathered to quiz the candidates running for city council.

Annexed area key to St. Albert's future

It's long been a goal in St.

Two candidate events scheduled for Morinville

Morinville candidates will face the scrutiny of the voting public twice this election season. Two forums are being held for prospective candidates to present their positions and answer questions.

Special meeting called for Arlington

The future of an affordable housing project in Akinsdale will be the topic of a special city council meeting Wednesday afternoon.

Sculptures staying put

The city will spend about a quarter of a million dollars to purchase five aboriginal sculptures that have been displayed outside St. Albert Place since the spring.

Council candidates share vision for annexed lands

St. Albert residents have until Oct. 18 to decide who should fill the city's six available council chairs.

Catholic trustee candidates ponder relevancy of school boards

School boards lost their ability to tax in 1994, which has limited their ability to operate on their own. This factor, combined with low public interest in school board affairs, has caused some people to wonder if school boards are still relevant.

Taxpayers host forum: replay

Candidates seeking public office will make their cases to voters tonight during a forum hosted by the St. Albert Taxpayers Association. You can follow the discussion live at www.stalbertgazette.com with our live blog, starting at 7 p.m.

Blog post: Put the public in public art

Every three years St. Albert's electorate casts ballots for the seven people they think will best represent their collective interests.

Candidates hold different visions on housing, infill

St. Albert's mayoral candidates have different views on affordable housing.