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Suspect timing

Considering recent provincial activity in the St. Albert area, it seems more likely than ever that an election call is imminent. On Monday, Pembina Pipeline Corp. announced it is proceeding with a proposed $4.

Food for thought

Canada’s revamp of the national food guide is long on feel-good phrases but woefully short on practical advice for the thousands of Canadians who don’t have the financial resources to adequately feed their families daily – a hardship known as food in

Forever changed

The fate of the man responsible for the deadly Humboldt Broncos crash is now in the hands of a Saskatchewan judge.

No game

How far should the provincial government wade into the realm of online gambling? If the Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis Commission (AGLC) has anything to say about it, the province won't just wade in – it will become a major player.

Put down that phone

Another jump in the number of St. Albertans nabbed for distracting driving shows motorists are not yielding a bad and dangerous habit while behind the wheel.

Living language

It wasn’t too long ago that Canada’s Indigenous children were beaten, discriminated against and abused for speaking their traditional languages. Now, at one St.

Recycling retreat

It’s a no-go for a plastic bag ban in St. Albert, after city councillors this week decided to instead focus on a reduction strategy.

Put to rest

A year and a half after St. Albert city council approved a $21.9-million borrowing bylaw for a new branch library, the issue has finally been put to bed.

Driving change

Albertans eager to earn their much-coveted driver's licences could face more roadblocks if the conflict between driver examiners and the province gets any worse.

Civic duty

St. Albert has long prided itself on being a city with a small-town feel. That small-town feel is no wishful thinking: neighbours helping neighbours is such a common sight in St. Albert it borders on routine.