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Peggy Garritty a solid bridger as new U of A chancellor

Peggy Garritty a solid bridger as new U of A chancellor

St. Albert communications consultant Peggy Garritty was installed as the U of A's new chancellor last week. She brings a wealth of experience in governance and good public relations to the role.
Repurposed glass crafts are hotter than ever

Repurposed glass crafts are hotter than ever

The Outhouse Mouse promotes artistic innovation
Past and present leaders blast proposed local election finance changes

Past and present leaders blast proposed local election finance changes

Former Morinville mayor Lisa Holmes said these changes could encourage wealthy donors to create partisan slates of candidates – you could donate $10,000 to your own campaign and $5,000 to six like-minded buddies.
Good morning, St. Albert!

Good morning, St. Albert!

The Pig is dead – long live the Pig

The Pig is dead – long live the Pig

Blind Pig Pub faces wrecking ball this summer – but could return in some form.
Movie theatres come to life after COVID-19

Movie theatres come to life after COVID-19

Landmark Cinemas brings back classic faves to St. Albert starting Friday.
UPDATED: St. Albert RCMP asking for help locating missing man

UPDATED: St. Albert RCMP asking for help locating missing man

Dannick Couture, 23, was last seen in Edmonton on June 20.
Art from isolation: the final instalment of with.draw.all

Art from isolation: the final instalment of with.draw.all

The Gazette has been featuring art created by local high school students twice per month as part of with.draw.all, a project championed by art teachers at Bellerose Composite High School, Paul Kane High School and St. Albert Catholic High School.
City delays some capital projects due to COVID-19

City delays some capital projects due to COVID-19

The city will be delaying the assessment of Fire Station 4 construction until Sept. 30 of this year.
Lacombe Park Community Garden a free "edible landscape"

Lacombe Park Community Garden a free "edible landscape"

A bloom of volunteers turned up - and turned up soil - on Saturday for a sunny permablitz to transform the expansive lawn surrounding Grace Family Church on Liberton Drive into a beautiful and edible free food forest for the whole community.