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Council incumbents hold steady in St. Albert's election

Council incumbents hold steady in St. Albert's election

St. Albert's four incumbents all held tight to their seats on council, with Mike Killick and Shelley Biermanski also garnering wins.
Heron wins second term in close race

Heron wins second term in close race

“It’s good to have your blood pumping,” Heron said.
Boersma boots Turner in blowout

Boersma boots Turner in blowout

Wins 64 per cent of vote
West wants federal support for rail, transport of goods

West wants federal support for rail, transport of goods

“The role of municipal governments and the direct financial impact of the net-zero transition on municipal revenue must be a central element of the federal government’s Just Transition strategy," a report from western municipalities read.
Good morning, St. Albert!

Good morning, St. Albert!

Happy Tuesday!
St. Albertans show support to remove equalization from Constitution

St. Albertans show support to remove equalization from Constitution

Results from the two referendum questions and from the Senate election will not be officially announced until 11 a.m. on Oct. 26.
Horner tops Senate ballot in St. Albert

Horner tops Senate ballot in St. Albert

Doug Horner served as MLA for Spruce Grove-St. Albert from 2001 until Jan. 31, 2015.
Incumbents re-elected as St. Albert Catholic trustees

Incumbents re-elected as St. Albert Catholic trustees

Serena Shaw was first elected to the board in 2013 and came in first place with 3,156 votes. 
Armstrong, Haroun back on St. Albert Public board

Armstrong, Haroun back on St. Albert Public board

Kristi Rouse, an autism advocate, chartered professional accountant, and newcomer to the race, came in second place with 4,807 votes. 
All incumbent councillors re-elected to St. Albert city council

All incumbent councillors re-elected to St. Albert city council

MacKay, who has served one term on council, scored the most votes of all council candidates, at 7,791.