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April Hudson

April Hudson

April is the editor of the St. Albert Gazette

Recent Work by April

Former city manager urges caution on St. Albert's plans for utility corporation

Former city manager urges caution on St. Albert's plans for utility corporation

No spending increase on education in Alberta budget

No spending increase on education in Alberta budget

“Like every ministry, we're seeking greater efficiency and less management costs, less overhead costs in the way we deliver services and any resources we can find."
Alberta budget cuts spending by $1.3 billion over four years

Alberta budget cuts spending by $1.3 billion over four years

Cuts of 2.8 per cent over four years could deepen if no pipeline gets built
No spending increase on education in Alberta budget

No spending increase on education in Alberta budget

Grants repurposed to help cover enrolment growth
Alberta budget cuts spending by $1.3 billion over four years

Alberta budget cuts spending by $1.3 billion over four years

“We have made projections based on what we believe are very realistic assumptions. But we've also pointed out the fact that if that egress doesn't occur, if we don't see additional pipeline access, that in fact there will be a $3-billion effect ... to the government fiscal scenario. That would require additional spending restraint.”
Alberta budget cuts spending by $1.3 billion over four years

Alberta budget cuts spending by $1.3 billion over four years

Cuts of 2.8 per cent over four years could deepen if no pipeline gets built
Alberta budget cuts spending by $1.3 billion over four years

Alberta budget cuts spending by $1.3 billion over four years

Alberta budget cuts spending by $1.3 billion over four years

Alberta budget cuts spending by $1.3 billion over four years

Cuts of 2.8 per cent over four years could deepen if no pipeline gets built
Mycological mysteries

Mycological mysteries

Urban foraging can be hugely rewarding

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.