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April Hudson

April Hudson

April is the editor of the St. Albert Gazette

Recent Work by April

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.
Drowning in COVID-19 news? Give your brain a break with these good news stories

Drowning in COVID-19 news? Give your brain a break with these good news stories

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