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Dayla Lahring

Dayla Lahring

Dayla Lahring joined the St. Albert Gazette in 2017. She writes about business, health, general news and features. She also contributes photographs.

Recent Work by Dayla

Healthy habits lead to healthier lives for youth

Healthier habits make happier kids, according to a new study published by the University of Alberta.

Health Monitor: Mental health run, measles update

Women’s mental health run On May 25 runners will be tying their shoelaces for mental health.

First cycling event in several decades a bust

After much planning, Sunday’s Perron District Criterium was scrapped. According to Velocity Cycling Club’s website, the City of St. Albert cancelled the event due to “safety concerns,” although the organization didn’t say what those concerns were.
Hirsch shines light on mental health

Hirsch shines light on mental health

For Mazina Ammar, hearing ex-goalie Cory Hirsch open up about his mental health was a powerful moment.

Edmonton Airshow off to the races

Villeneuve Airport could soon be turned into a racetrack for aircraft. Richard Skermer, president and CEO of the annual Edmonton Airshow, said the concept is going through final safety and regulatory approvals.
Townhouse development hits on St. Albert's "missing middle"

Townhouse development hits on St. Albert's "missing middle"

As the shovels sunk into the ground, one developer broke way for a new type of housing seldom seen in St. Albert.
Kenney outlines corporate tax cut

Kenney outlines corporate tax cut

The United Conservative government has set its sights on cutting corporate taxes from 12 per cent to eight per cent over the next four years.
Caelin Porter remembered through annual mental health awareness walk

Caelin Porter remembered through annual mental health awareness walk

As around 150 people gathered in Lions Park on Friday, they had mental health on their minds.

St. Albert's housing market lags

While housing sales are heating up across the region, St. Albert is lagging behind.

Canada Blood Services changes deferral period for bisexual and gay men

A local MLA is disappointed over new Canadian Blood Services guidelines surrounding blood donations from bisexual and gay men.