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It could be the only gift that they get

This is the time of year when a group of students at W.D. Cuts School volunteers its time and energy to make a difference for dozens of local seniors they don’t even know.

Council signs off on heritage sites

The first phase of the city’s long-envisioned heritage-themed park on Meadowview Drive will be largely complete in time for St. Albert’s 150th anniversary, officials assured council on Monday.

City budget nears finish line

City residents can expect their municipal property taxes to increase by no more than three per cent, after council on Monday drew budget deliberations to a close.

Local Spotlight

Take a love triangle, an oil and gas tycoon, a climate change refugee and throw in video recorded interviews with real-life politicians and scientists, and presto, you have U: The Comedy of Global Warming.

March target date for North Ridge addition

Future residents of a new seniors lodge will have to wait about three months before they can move into their suites even though the facility could be ready for occupancy before Christmas. The addition at North Ridge Lodge at 21 Mont Clare Pl.
Time to mambo

Time to mambo

There’s a renewed energy at Bellerose Composite High as the jazz band and jazz choir step it up a few notches for Mambos and Mocktails coming this Friday.

Sturgeon man gets house arrest for assaulting officer

Nearly four years after the incident, a Sturgeon Valley man and former council candidate was sentenced last week to a year of house arrest and a year of probation for assaulting a Morinville RCMP officer.

Local researcher gets $10 million

A St. Albert scientist has received about $10 million to grow cells that could treat burns, lungs and diabetes. Gregory Korbutt, a professor of surgery at the University of Alberta (U of A) and St. Albert resident, got about $10.
He's got the 'write' stuff

He's got the 'write' stuff

Thomas Receveur has just received one of the greatest thrills that any aspiring writer can experience — getting published in an international magazine.

Local investment company needs shoppers and 'wrappers'

An Edmonton-based business is borrowing some meeting room space in St. Albert tomorrow to spread some Christmas cheer in more ways than one.