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The St. Albert Community Information & Volunteer Centre has many volunteer opportunities to choose from and can help find the right fit for you.

Riel fish kill completed

City contractors poured pesticide into Riel Pond Friday morning, killing most of the fish within to get at a spiny invader. Contractors with Blueweed Services Ltd. and Focus Corp.

Volunteers

The St. Albert Community Information & Volunteer Centre has many volunteer opportunities to choose from and can help find the right fit for you.

Teen curfew not the answer to crime

A teen curfew and community engagement were the hot topics of conversation at a town hall meeting into crime in the Akinsdale neighbourhood Thursday night.

Volunteers

The St. Albert Community Information & Volunteer Centre has many volunteer opportunities to choose from and can help find the right fit for you.

Bike buses are go in St. Albert

The city is set to roll out its new bike racks for buses today thanks in part to a St. Albert cyclist. As of May 1, all regular St. Albert Transit buses will be equipped with free bike racks. Handibuses will not have them.

Watch out for Cleanup kids on the highways

Keep the roads safe so they can keep the roads clear. The province is asking all motorists use caution when out driving on the highways today. There will be many young citizens doing their parts for a better world.

Candidate steps up to council plate

Lifelong St. Albert resident Cam MacKay threw his hat into the city council election ring on Tuesday night. During a meeting of the St.

Meals on Wheels teams up with River Ridge

A recent shift in local Meals on Wheels operations has improved the service greatly, both from the standpoint of the clients and also that of those who are at the helm, officials say.

Students set to unveil mural

A group of art students at a St. Albert school are eagerly awaiting the unveiling of a new mural they’ve been working on for weeks.