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April Hudson

April Hudson

April is the editor of the St. Albert Gazette

Recent Work by April

Message from the editor: Struggling for Hope shines a crucial light on mental health

Message from the editor: Struggling for Hope shines a crucial light on mental health

Rankin's story – heartbreaking and familiar – clearly resonated with people across Canada.
Earthship provides off-grid living with a twist

Earthship provides off-grid living with a twist

In an effort to escape the rat race, the Stolz family moved to rural B.C. and built their own sustainable, solar-powered home.
Embrace change, says Mayor Cathy Heron

Embrace change, says Mayor Cathy Heron

Before she ever entered politics, St. Albert Mayor Cathy Heron pursued a career in microbiology. Now, the Paul Kane High grad has some advice for Grade 12s who are preparing for the next chapter of their lives.
A message to parents of our Class of 2020

A message to parents of our Class of 2020

The St. Albert Gazette is partnering with local high schools and businesses to publish a very special commemorative Class of 2020 booklet - a keepsake for our Grade 12s.
Reopening businesses must post COVID-19 mitigation plans: Hinshaw

Reopening businesses must post COVID-19 mitigation plans: Hinshaw

Alberta should know by late next week whether the first stage will bring a “sudden, sharp increase” in cases, Hinshaw said.
Reopening businesses must post COVID-19 mitigation plans: Hinshaw

Reopening businesses must post COVID-19 mitigation plans: Hinshaw

Alberta should know by late next week whether the first stage will bring a “sudden, sharp increase” in cases, Hinshaw said.
Tired of COVID-19 news? Give your brain a break with these positive stories

Tired of COVID-19 news? Give your brain a break with these positive stories

Here are four great local stories to brighten up your day.
How an Alberta text messaging program is helping people cope with COVID-19

How an Alberta text messaging program is helping people cope with COVID-19

The messages are designed to interrupt lines of negative thinking, Dr. Vincent Agyapong says. It gives people something positive to focus on, even if just for a minute.
Alberta reports two more deaths from COVID-19, 106 new cases

Alberta reports two more deaths from COVID-19, 106 new cases

Alberta reports two more deaths from COVID-19, 106 new cases

Alberta reports two more deaths from COVID-19, 106 new cases

In total, 1,181 people in Alberta have been diagnosed with the virus. Two-hundred forty people have recovered, while 42 are currently in hospital, 14 of whom are in intensive care.