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Hannah Lawson

Hannah Lawson

Hannah Lawson joined the St. Albert Gazette in 2019 after working as editor of the Athabasca Advocate. She writes about city hall.

Recent Work by Hannah

At committee: St. Albert councillors talk rec collaboration, Sidekicks plan

At committee: St. Albert councillors talk rec collaboration, Sidekicks plan

Getting the ball rolling on rec

Getting the ball rolling on rec

Decision coming Monday on where a new recreation facility could go up
Birth centre given green light by committee

Birth centre given green light by committee

City council committee recommends making exception to rules around not having businesses in residential areas
Examining the merits of free rides for all

Examining the merits of free rides for all

Committee recommends free transit pilot for seniors as Mayor Heron suggests free transit for all
City looks to restructure transit routes

City looks to restructure transit routes

With opening of Campbell Transit Centre, costs could soar $1.12 million unless routes adjusted
Domestic violence support group reveals "it's complicated"

Domestic violence support group reveals "it's complicated"

New 10-week group for women in unsafe relationships to provide non-judgmental support
Heron prioritizing homelessness in 2020

Heron prioritizing homelessness in 2020

Mayor Cathy Heron sits down with Gazette to talk priorities in the new year
The cost of catching up on stigma

The cost of catching up on stigma

Mental injuries contributing to high overtime costs for city firefighters
A warm place for everyone

A warm place for everyone

Community Village and City of St. Albert ensuring warm food and shelter available to homeless during "arctic outbreak"
Birthing new ideas?

Birthing new ideas?

Council committee set to debate whether to permit midwife birthing centres in residential areas