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Anna Borowiecki

Anna Borowiecki

Anna Borowiecki joined the St. Albert Gazette in 2000. She reports on local people and events in the arts, entertainment and food industry. She also writes general news and features.

Recent Work by Anna

St. Albert man charged with murder makes first court appearance

St. Albert man charged with murder makes first court appearance

Hunter Alexander Duncan's lawyer had his matters adjourned until July 31 in order to review the file.
Farmers' Market vendors go back to the land

Farmers' Market vendors go back to the land

A success story at St. Albert Farmers' Market
Street performers go digital

Street performers go digital

In this new wave of virtual festivals, the Street Performers Festival has pitched a tent that not only covers performances, but also teaches new skills through a series of online workshops.
Virtual Indigenous Artist Hub wheels out the best

Virtual Indigenous Artist Hub wheels out the best

Alberta artists showcase their work and vision
Eight Edmonton-area artists unite for a message of hope

Eight Edmonton-area artists unite for a message of hope

Local artists R.J. Cui and Josh Classen contribute to "Feel This"
Repurposed glass crafts are hotter than ever

Repurposed glass crafts are hotter than ever

The Outhouse Mouse promotes artistic innovation
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.
'Shocking': Residents describe seeing police takedown

'Shocking': Residents describe seeing police takedown

Three suspects well-known to police face 45 charges for an armed carjacking in Sturgeon County last week.
Parents, educators express concerns over education cuts

Parents, educators express concerns over education cuts

“We’re shedding teachers, support staff and psychologists at a time when we should be increasing them,” said Marty McKeever.
Happy Canada Day! We're going virtual

Happy Canada Day! We're going virtual

Fort Saskatchewan, Devon, Leduc, Beaumont, Strathcona County, Stony Plain, Spruce Grove and St. Albert have pitched in to organize and share a single digital Canada Day 2020 celebration.