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Riverbank Landing gets green light

Riverbank Landing gets green light

The public hearing was open for 11 hours and 45 minutes and council began debating the associated bylaws at 9 p.m., 12 hours after the meeting started.
Riverbank Landing public hearing underway; 80 registered speakers

Riverbank Landing public hearing underway; 80 registered speakers

Those in opposition came out to speak against the project, with many residents citing traffic concerns, noise, character of the community, height of the buildings, walling off the river, and making changes to an already established neighbourhood.
Swimming lessons, concerts, indoor fitness on horizon as St. Albert reopens

Swimming lessons, concerts, indoor fitness on horizon as St. Albert reopens

Stage 2 restrictions are expected to be lifted by June 10, although many of the city’s facilities are slated to start to reopen on June 14.
Public hearing for Riverbank Landing today

Public hearing for Riverbank Landing today

The Gazette will be providing updates throughout the day on the public hearing and outcome of the vote.
City, Catholic school board to review naming policy in wake of Kamloops discovery

City, Catholic school board to review naming policy in wake of Kamloops discovery

Coun. Natalie Joly said the city’s naming policy should be updated to reflect the city’s commitment to reconciliation, which could mean changing street and neighbourhood names such as Grandin. 
Good morning, St. Albert!

Good morning, St. Albert!

Happy Wednesday!
Province proposes equalization referendum question

Province proposes equalization referendum question

On Oct. 18 Albertans will be asked: Should the section of the Constitution that commits the Government of Canada to the principle of making equalization payments be removed?
Stage 2 of reopening starts Thursday

Stage 2 of reopening starts Thursday

To hit Stage 3 targets, 70 per cent of Albertans would have to receive their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccination, which would lift all restrictions.
Sturgeon County man gets six-and-a-half years for shooting at cops

Sturgeon County man gets six-and-a-half years for shooting at cops

“There were many police officers present whose lives were put at risk, a police dog was put at risk, multiple shots were fired and the result of the shooting could have been catastrophic."
Two St. Albert teens arrested, charged in drug bust

Two St. Albert teens arrested, charged in drug bust

Drugs, firearms, and cash seized from home on Mission Avenue.