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Alberta premier says provincial carbon tax will die May 30

Alberta premier says provincial carbon tax will die May 30

EDMONTON — Alberta's premier says the province's carbon tax will no longer exist as of May 30. Jason Kenney says a bill to eliminate the Alberta levy is to be introduced next week when the legislature begins sitting.

St. Albert RCMP and St. Albert Victim Services to celebrate police week

St. Albert RCMP and St. Albert Victim Services are hosting a block party on May 14 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. as part of this year's Police Week. The event will take place in front of the detachment on Bellerose Drive.
Check out this week's photo enforcement locations in St. Albert

Check out this week's photo enforcement locations in St. Albert

City of St. Albert has released its list of expected operating locations for Automated Traffic Enforcement. This list highlights areas that are known photo enforcement locations.
Check out your Monday forecast for St. Albert

Check out your Monday forecast for St. Albert

Sunny skies and a high of 24 C on Saturday in St. Albert. Increasing clouds overnight, with a low of 12 C. St. Albert Today is looking for photos of the latest weather conditions in St. Albert and Sturgeon County.

Fitness fundraiser on track for massive food bank donation

Fit + Fierce is already doing some heavy lifting as the local program is on track to bring in 2,000 pounds to the St. Albert Food Bank.
St. Albert Singers take A Journey Home

St. Albert Singers take A Journey Home

Singing fuels the soul. While most of us were moaning about our long cold winter, the St. Albert Singers Guild stayed toasty warm rehearsing for a concert with a summer-styled theme.
Traffic lights posing problems at Gate and Trail, says former councillor

Traffic lights posing problems at Gate and Trail, says former councillor

Tied-up traffic trying to turn left onto Gate Avenue from St. Albert has driven a former city councillor back to City Hall.

St. Albert's housing market lags

While housing sales are heating up across the region, St. Albert is lagging behind.
Martin Kerr, man of the people

Martin Kerr, man of the people

Folk troubadour hosts a concert at Arden Theatre on May 15
<b>Environment File:</b> Bellerose reps Canada at international climate change conference; local student looks at how heavy metals affect bees

Environment File: Bellerose reps Canada at international climate change conference; local student looks at how heavy metals affect bees

Bellerose Bulldogs to represent Canada at international climate conference, and local student Amplifies talks about heavy metal bees.