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Campus Saint-Jean to receive $13.3M in funding

Campus Saint-Jean to receive $13.3M in funding

The funding will be spread out over three years as a part of the Canada-Alberta Agreement on Minority Language Education and Second-Language Instruction.
Three Alberta parties launch their search for a leader

Three Alberta parties launch their search for a leader

As of June 30, nine UCP members announced their leadership bids. Members of the party have until July 29 to enter the race.
Impaired driver gets prison sentence for crash that killed woman

Impaired driver gets prison sentence for crash that killed woman

James Dean Novosel pleaded guilty to one count of impaired driving causing death, and one count of impaired driving causing bodily harm, and was sentenced to five years in prison.
Province reports another COVID death in St. Albert; cases decline

Province reports another COVID death in St. Albert; cases decline

The June 29 update on COVID-19 numbers in the province shows a decline in cases in St. Albert and around the province. The Auditor General of Alberta also released a report on the need for the government to improve reporting results for COVID-19 programs.
Cooper calls on Ottawa to act against top court ruling

Cooper calls on Ottawa to act against top court ruling

The Supreme Court decision would see parole time decreased for convicted killers with multiple murder convictions
Cooper announces dissenting interim report on MAiD, asks Ottawa for more time

Cooper announces dissenting interim report on MAiD, asks Ottawa for more time

On June 22, the special joint committee on medical assistance in dying presented an interim report to the House of Commons. Conservative members on the committee presented an alternate report asking the federal government to slow down on the implementation of MAiD where mental illness is the sole underlying factor.
Fist fight in family restaurant results in suspended sentence, $1,200 fine

Fist fight in family restaurant results in suspended sentence, $1,200 fine

Bradley Werhun was sentenced to a 12-month suspended sentence; a no-contact order with the victims and an Earls restaurant employee; $1,200 fine in restitution for a damaged phone; and a condition that Werhune take medications as prescribed.
Grade 9 PAT answers leaked on social media

Grade 9 PAT answers leaked on social media

Provincial achievement test results will likely still be used as final assessments by some school divisions despite the breach.
In court

In court

Recent cases heard in St. Albert Provincial Court
St. Albert COVID cases drop

St. Albert COVID cases drop

St. Albert had 15 new COVID cases between June 14-20, according to the province.