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A family reunion 69 years in the making

A family reunion 69 years in the making

St. Albert's Rick Boyd found out about his siblings thanks to DNA test
Feedback open on Riverbank Landing proposal

Feedback open on Riverbank Landing proposal

Residents can weigh in on the second proposal until Feb. 2
A family reunion 69 years in the making

A family reunion 69 years in the making

St. Albert's Rick Boyd found out about his siblings thanks to DNA test
St. Albert moves forward on traffic speed changes

St. Albert moves forward on traffic speed changes

Public hearing set for Feb. 16
Coun. Jacquie Hansen on keeping focus on the greater good

Coun. Jacquie Hansen on keeping focus on the greater good

Hansen reflects on highlights of 2020 while looking ahead to opportunities in the future
Industrial expansion proposed for Anthony Henday Business Park

Industrial expansion proposed for Anthony Henday Business Park

Proposed rezoning offers more space for St. Albert's growing industrial industry
Coun. Natalie Joly on elevating the voice of St. Albertans

Coun. Natalie Joly on elevating the voice of St. Albertans

"This last year has really shown us the best parts of our community," Joly said
Five deaths linked to Youville Home COVID-19 outbreak

Five deaths linked to Youville Home COVID-19 outbreak

"Our residents and their families are part of the community at Youville Home. Our teams mourn the loss of each resident. We offer our deepest condolences to the families, friends and caregivers of those we’ve lost during this pandemic," wrote Cecilia Marion, senior director of operations at the Youville Home, in an email to the Gazette on Tuesday.
Vaccinations begin for St. Albert Chartwell residents, staff

Vaccinations begin for St. Albert Chartwell residents, staff

Jenny Maier's grandmother lives at St. Albert Chartwell, and she said the 92-year-old "can hardly wait" to get the vaccine.
City lays out investigation process for Coun. Hughes' Mexico trip

City lays out investigation process for Coun. Hughes' Mexico trip

In October, council voted to not renew its contract with its integrity commissioner after concerns about whether investigations done in the past were valid and worth the money. Instead, city staff and council will determine whether an independent investigation against a councillor is necessary.