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Student lobbies city for bike racks on buses

Lexi Pendzich loves to ride her bicycle to work and she’s convinced other St. Albertans do too, so much so she’s lobbying the city to get its entire bus fleet equipped with bike racks.
The best of St. Albert

The best of St. Albert

Any market is a vibrant cacophony of sights, sounds, smells and colour with its agricultural bounty of breads, meats, fresh fruits and vegetables. But once the St.

Farmers' market ready for new season

The St. Albert Chamber of Commerce is kicking off its 27th annual farmers’ market this Saturday with an all-day event that’s the first in a series of downtown summer events.

Creative spirit faces test of caregiving

They are invisible people.

Habitat's top volunteer still hard at work

It’s fitting that Habitat for Humanity’s greatest volunteer in the entire country is a St. Albert man. Wouldn’t you know, he’s on site right now for this city’s first project.

Bridge repairs to slow traffic on the Trail

Commuters along St. Albert Trail should expect traffic delays beginning later this month as the city undertakes two major bridge rehabilitations.

Morinville sheds light on domestic violence

In the wake of two tragic murders this year local police and community groups put the spotlight on domestic violence in Morinville last week.
Facing death in numbers

Facing death in numbers

No one who loses a loved one should have to grieve alone. Sheri-Lee Langlois of St. Albert knows that now. Seven years ago this Saturday, she now wishes she had.

Alberta Liberals to host seniors forum

Alberta Liberal leader David Swann will host a seniors’ forum in St. Albert next Tuesday.

Mayor's Walk turning the corner

The event that has always been about taking things one step at a time has come a long, long way since it started. This year's Mayor's Walk is even bigger than last year, says the event's sponsor.