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St. Albert residents mistakenly charged twice on property taxes

St. Albert residents mistakenly charged twice on property taxes

More than 9,000 tax accounts potentially affected, city says; rectifying the situation is the city's "top priority."
St. Albert mayor welcomes $7.8 million in provincial support

St. Albert mayor welcomes $7.8 million in provincial support

The city was expecting to see some money for capital infrastructure projects, and Mayor Cathy Heron said was also "cautiously optimistic" of financial support to offset operating and public transit impacts due to COVID-19.
City to reopen front counter facilities Tuesday

City to reopen front counter facilities Tuesday

Business licensing, property tax and utility payments can be processed in-person again.
UPDATED: Masks mandatory on St. Albert public transit, city facilites Saturday

UPDATED: Masks mandatory on St. Albert public transit, city facilites Saturday

Rules for transit and city-owned facilities come into effect before council's Aug. 4 meeting to vote on mask bylaw
High Sturgeon River levels being monitored

High Sturgeon River levels being monitored

Don't blame the beavers, says North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance
Province announces billion-dollar boost to municipalities

Province announces billion-dollar boost to municipalities

Province matching federal funding for municipal operating costs, public transit
St. Albert drafting bylaw on mandating masks in public transit, city facilities

St. Albert drafting bylaw on mandating masks in public transit, city facilities

Bylaw to come back to council Aug. 4
A salute to St. Albert hospice workers

A salute to St. Albert hospice workers

Staff worked tirelessly to overcome COVID-19 challenges while caring for people in palliative care
St. Albert housing market on path to recovery

St. Albert housing market on path to recovery

Sales for single-family homes jumped around 26 per cent in June, report shows
Federal money a "promising start" to mending city's COVID-19 budget wounds

Federal money a "promising start" to mending city's COVID-19 budget wounds

"I would hope we would get our fair share of that money,” said St. Albert Deputy Mayor Ken MacKay.