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Deficit budget for Protestant school district

Protestant school trustees held their noses while voting in favour of a $1.8-million deficit Wednesday evening during the district’s budget deliberations. The district will spend $62.

Golf Contest

Love to golf? Love to golf for free? Then we have the contest for you. Just answer the golf trivia question each week and you could win a free round of golf. One lucky winner will be headed to Kimberley B.C. for a weekend of free golf.

Fliers honour fallen airmen

It was a black day in the history of the Edmonton Garrison. Master Cpl. Albert Camphuis was there.

Court Briefs

Hurling a glass bottle from a moving vehicle cost a woman $402 in a stunting fine. Lisa Marie Briggs pleaded guilty to the stunting charge May 31, which stemmed from an incident on Oct. 30, 2008.

Local couple killed in motorcycle crash

A St. Albert couple died Sunday when their motorcycle collided with a pickup truck outside Stony Plain.

Basement suites capped at 70 Arlington

Council agreed to put a cap on the total number of basement suites allowed at 70 Arlington Dr., limiting the number at 25 per cent of total development. Coun.


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.

Riel Park costs balloon

A city councillor says he's "appalled" by ballooning cost overruns for the Riel Recreation Park project, which has jumped another $2.3 million. City council on Monday topped up funding to $8.


Hello everyone, they call me Sabrina and I am a spayed female rough collie and I’m looking for a new home. I am about three years old, sweet and gentle and longing to be loved.

Sturgeon Hospital Home boosts bottom line for foundation

A unique community collaboration in Morinville has resulted in big dividends for the fundraising organization that supports the region's major medical centre.