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Morinville outdoor Farmers' Market returning for a new season

Morinville outdoor Farmers' Market returning for a new season

Plans are underway to make the market a destination spot
Provincial budget could mean higher taxes for St. Albert, pressure to find new revenue

Provincial budget could mean higher taxes for St. Albert, pressure to find new revenue

Cuts to provincial grants, expanding responsibilities impacting city's ability to fund growth projects
Good morning, St. Albert!

Good morning, St. Albert!

Happy Wednesday!
County woman remembers family lost in Nova Scotia shooting

County woman remembers family lost in Nova Scotia shooting

Crystal Mendiuk, who lives in Cardiff, lost her sister, niece and brother-in-law last year during the shooting rampage that took 23 lives. Now, the Sturgeon County resident is bringing a remembrance walk held in their memory back to their home province of Alberta.
Active cases in St. Albert drop by 12 on Tuesday

Active cases in St. Albert drop by 12 on Tuesday

Another five COVID-19 cases were diagnosed in the city overnight, while 17 more people recovered.
Students test Skills at provincials

Students test Skills at provincials

Winners could get scholarships and shot at nationals
In-school COVID transmission rare, says premier

In-school COVID transmission rare, says premier

"Virus had a 100 per cent attack rate" at Athabasca birthday party
Don't wait to create an advance care plan, resident says

Don't wait to create an advance care plan, resident says

It’s not an easy topic to talk about, but talking about it might make it easier for yourself, your loved ones and health care professionals to make decisions about your care if you are no longer able to.
Good morning, St. Albert

Good morning, St. Albert

Happy Tuesday!
Another 53 COVID-19 cases diagnosed in St. Albert over the weekend

Another 53 COVID-19 cases diagnosed in St. Albert over the weekend

On Monday, the province released new data showing active cases for St. Albert climbing from 141 on Friday to 159 on Monday. Thirty-five more people recovered.