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Bokenfohr wants more parcels on agricultural lands

Bokenfohr wants more parcels on agricultural lands

Would keep more families in county, he says
Good morning, St. Albert!

Good morning, St. Albert!

Happy Tuesday!
Liberal minority government called by CBC

Liberal minority government called by CBC

In Alberta, Conservatives held strong in rural regions, with every riding called for the party, except for Peace River-Westlock, where Conservative incumbent Arnold Vierson is leading with 60.9 per cent of the vote with 24 per cent of polls reporting.
Conservative Dane Lloyd wins third term in Sturgeon River-Parkland

Conservative Dane Lloyd wins third term in Sturgeon River-Parkland

Just after 9 p.m. Lloyd had 59.8 per cent of the vote in the riding, with 6,538 votes cast in his favour.
Conservative Michael Cooper wins third term in St. Albert

Conservative Michael Cooper wins third term in St. Albert

Just before 9 p.m. Cooper had 45.5 per cent of the vote, with 6,156 votes cast in his favour.
CBC, Canadian Press call election for the Liberals

CBC, Canadian Press call election for the Liberals

It is unknown if the Liberals will have a majority or minority government.
Sturgeon County council postpones mask bylaw indefinitely

Sturgeon County council postpones mask bylaw indefinitely

Could return if needed, says administration
Sturgeon Valley area structure plans approved

Sturgeon Valley area structure plans approved

Lays out vision for next 20 years
Advanced poll estimates show increase in voter turnout

Advanced poll estimates show increase in voter turnout

Preliminary numbers from advanced polls show around 5,780,000 voters across the country cast an early ballot, an increase of 18.46 per cent compared to the last election.
Bridging the Municipal Funding Gap series: Problems on the horizon

Bridging the Municipal Funding Gap series: Problems on the horizon

With the pressure increasing to provide more services and replace aging infrastructure with a shrinking pot of cash, Paul McLauchlin, president of the Rural Municipalities of Alberta, said there is every possibility rural communities will have to dissolve at a higher rate.