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Good morning, St. Albert!

Good morning, St. Albert!

Happy Tuesday!
Gazette Readers' Choice: SAIF the choice for healthy families

Gazette Readers' Choice: SAIF the choice for healthy families

SAIF director Areni Kelleppan thanked the community for being so supportive. Without that backup, she said, SAIF couldn't do the work it does.
Fist fight in family restaurant results in suspended sentence, $1,200 fine

Fist fight in family restaurant results in suspended sentence, $1,200 fine

Bradley Werhun was sentenced to a 12-month suspended sentence; a no-contact order with the victims and an Earls restaurant employee; $1,200 fine in restitution for a damaged phone; and a condition that Werhune take medications as prescribed.
City celebrates Fowler Athletic Park improvements

City celebrates Fowler Athletic Park improvements

Daniele Podlubny, interim director of recreation and parks, said the improved park is fit to potentially host future provincial games.
Business Buzz

Business Buzz

Endeavour Brewing, Birdhouse a Painting Company, Forest Convenience Store
Grade 9 PAT answers leaked on social media

Grade 9 PAT answers leaked on social media

Provincial achievement test results will likely still be used as final assessments by some school divisions despite the breach.
Good morning, St. Albert!

Good morning, St. Albert!

Happy Monday!
Gazette Readers' Choice: DanceCo named best dance studio

Gazette Readers' Choice: DanceCo named best dance studio

"I couldn't do it without the teachers, but the reality is I couldn't do it with the dancers."
Keeping carbon underground goal of new research project

Keeping carbon underground goal of new research project

“Based on global estimates, grasslands are estimated to hold about 30 per cent of soil organic carbon. So, it's a staggering amount of carbon and that's because of how vast and large these ecosystems were,” said Cameron Carlyle, a University of Alberta rangeland ecologist.
Rural communities aging, shrinking: paper

Rural communities aging, shrinking: paper

Many towns and communities further away from big centres, such as in the north and east of the province, are facing population stagnation struggles.