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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

Can't travel? Escape lockdown boredom with streaming radio

Can't travel? Escape lockdown boredom with streaming radio

Sample an array of international tracks on The Global Groove on Edmonton's newest station: Big E Radio.
Can't travel? Escape lockdown boredom with streaming radio

Can't travel? Escape lockdown boredom with streaming radio

Sample an array of international tracks on The Global Groove on Edmonton's newest station: Big E Radio.
Proactive landscaping can reduce crime

Proactive landscaping can reduce crime

St. Albert RCMP encourage residents to employ gardening tactics to thwart criminals
Online map a self-guided tour of Sturgeon County greenhouses

Online map a self-guided tour of Sturgeon County greenhouses

"One greenhouse might not be enough motivation to come, but if you can see a variety of greenhouses in the area, it’s more motivation," says Deb's Greenhouse owner and regional map creator.
Children from Citadel daycare will miss seniors' visits

Children from Citadel daycare will miss seniors' visits

Many kids moved to centres in north Edmonton and away from the friendships with adopted 'Grandmas' and 'Grandpas' at the building destroyed by fire May 6.
Children from Citadel daycare will miss seniors' visits

Children from Citadel daycare will miss seniors' visits

Many kids moved to centres in north Edmonton and away from the friendships with adopted 'Grandmas' and 'Grandpas' at the building destroyed by fire May 6.
Northern Light Theatre to stream Something Unspoken online

Northern Light Theatre to stream Something Unspoken online

Edmonton theatre group explores new interpretation of Tennessee Williams' play exploring a same-sex relationship in the Deep South.
Morinville market a lifeline to vendors, shoppers

Morinville market a lifeline to vendors, shoppers

The outdoor farmers' market opened with 29 vendors and more than 400 shoppers.
Citadel Village businesses a haven for elderly evacuees during St. Albert fire

Citadel Village businesses a haven for elderly evacuees during St. Albert fire

“They were very calm. I was surprised how calm they were. They kept thanking me and I really wasn’t doing anything.” 
Vehicle catches fire after colliding with trailer in St. Albert crash

Vehicle catches fire after colliding with trailer in St. Albert crash

The 80-year-old driver of the Subaru and his passenger were not injured in the collision in Campbell Park Wednesday afternoon.