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Provinces push back on 30-per-cent fertilizer cut

Provinces push back on 30-per-cent fertilizer cut

Paul McLauchlin, president of the Rural Municipalities of Alberta, said farms will fold as a result of the ban.
A look at projects St. Albert might fund through borrowing in the coming years

A look at projects St. Albert might fund through borrowing in the coming years

The city has five large capital projects it will have to consider funding in coming years.
Good morning, St. Albert!

Good morning, St. Albert!

Happy Wednesday!
Surprising, unsurprising winners at Sturgeon Valley Club Championships

Surprising, unsurprising winners at Sturgeon Valley Club Championships

The Sturgeon Valley Golf and Country Club had some new and repeat trophy winners at the annual Club Championships.
St. Albert among municipalities stockpiling street sand for landfill

St. Albert among municipalities stockpiling street sand for landfill

The city's operations manager said St. Albert is “continuously networking” with other municipalities to discuss ideas on how to reuse the street sand. 
City hears concerns around language use on Founders' Walk sign

City hears concerns around language use on Founders' Walk sign

Language used on a St. Albert Founders' Walk sign describing the history of residential schools has one local teenager advocating for change.
St. Albert teen reported missing

St. Albert teen reported missing

UPDATE: Rutendo "Rue" Mushonga has been safely located, according to an RCMP statement released Aug. 4.
Golf and a simulation lab: Annual tournament raises funds for two St. Albert organizations

Golf and a simulation lab: Annual tournament raises funds for two St. Albert organizations

Teams and individual spots for the tournament are sold out, but certain sponsorships are still available
Good morning, St. Albert!

Good morning, St. Albert!

Happy Tuesday!
SHAVA bringing back the bookstore

SHAVA bringing back the bookstore

The Sturgeon Hospital Auxiliary Volunteer Association (SHAVA) has plans to open a new bookstore in St. Albert Centre this September, seven years after the beloved Grandin Mall location closed down.