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Jack Farrell

Jack Farrell joined the St. Albert Gazette in May, 2022. Jack covers a bit of everything, including community events, city hall, business, non-profits, crime, sports, education, and more.

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Recent Work by Jack

Local contractor thrilled to build new Co-op grocery store

Local contractor thrilled to build new Co-op grocery store

Johnston Builders has completed more than 20 projects for Co-op, but the new grocery store in Riverside Landing will be the first in the builder's hometown.
Miners alumni win national lacrosse championship

Miners alumni win national lacrosse championship

John Lintz, Josh Sullivan, Erik Turner, and their Mammoth teammates defeated the Buffalo Bandits 10-8 in game three of the three-game final series.
Morinville RCMP seek witnesses to June 16 collision

Morinville RCMP seek witnesses to June 16 collision

The multi-vehicle collision occurred at the intersection of Highway 2 and Township Road 554.
Co-op kicks in $150,000 toward ACA's twin rinks project

Co-op kicks in $150,000 toward ACA's twin rinks project

Nonprofit has now raised more than $4 million for the proposed outdoor recreation hub.
Local ringette player Vail Ketsa chosen for national team

Local ringette player Vail Ketsa chosen for national team

Ketsa has dreamed of playing for the Junior National Ringette team since 2015. This year, her dream came true.
Gazette Readers' Choice: St. Albert Trail at Giroux Road voted longest red light

Gazette Readers' Choice: St. Albert Trail at Giroux Road voted longest red light

It hasn't gotten any longer, but it hasn't gotten any shorter either
Gazette Readers' Choice: Cooper selected as favourite local politician

Gazette Readers' Choice: Cooper selected as favourite local politician

When asked if there was low point in his career, Cooper said the defeat of Wynn's Law stood out. "That particular case had a real profound impact on our community,” he said.
Community groups to collaborate with new youth mental-health funding

Community groups to collaborate with new youth mental-health funding

Two community agencies are formally working together to further address youth suicide with the help of a provincial grant.
Council rejects multiple motions to make reductions to RMR budget

Council rejects multiple motions to make reductions to RMR budget

Three of the motions were defeated, and another was rescinded after council discussion June 7.
Restaurant fights food waste with new ordering app

Restaurant fights food waste with new ordering app

Tokyo Express is the first restaurant in St. Albert to sign-up with Too Good To Go, an app that allows restaurants to sell "surprise bags" containing individual ingredients or a complete dish that's left over at the end of the day.