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Paradise lost for St. Albert couple

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Fallout meets Vice City

To risk or not to risk my life to recover the body of a soldier’s husband? To steal or not to steal from that gun cabinet to make a little extra cash? To seek or not to seek visceral vengeance against those who shot me and left me for dead? The

Feds mull longer Afghan mission

Up to 1,000 Canadian troops might stay in Afghanistan past 2011 to train locals officials say, but that doesn't mean they won't be in combat.

Tomorrow is the time to remember

The skies should be clear tomorrow morning and the streets are going to be packed with people, all standing without speaking at 11 a.m.


The St. Albert Crime Stoppers Association is asking for your assistance in solving the following crime: On Oct. 29, at about 5:50 a.m., witnesses saw three males smash the glass front door of the Makin-Trax pet food store located near Grandin mall.

Former St. Albert officer receives provincial award

A former St. Albert RCMP officer has been recognized as youth officer of the year. Const. Dave Henry was recognized at an awards ceremony in Edmonton on Monday for his work as a school resource officer in St. Albert.

Grey wave focus of government report

Encouraging local seniors to live healthy, active lives well into their golden years is one way the city can prepare for an expected increase in older citizens living in Alberta, says Coun. Len Bracko.

Man killed in head-on crash

A 50 year-old-man was killed Saturday in a head-on crash north of Villeneuve. It was around 7:30 p.m. when RCMP and other emergency responders arrived at the accident on Highway 44, about one kilometre north of secondary highway 633.

Council tackles communication

City council wants to improve the way the city engages and communicates with the public. Council unanimously approved a motion brought forward by Mayor Nolan Crouse Monday evening.

Bill 27 makes police complaints too onerous

Changes to the Police Act introduced in the legislature this week are drawing fire from the Criminal Trial Lawyers’ Association (CTLA), because it will make it much more difficult for them to file complaints about police misconduct.