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Rachel Narvey

Rachel Narvey joined the St. Albert Gazette as a city hall reporter in 2021 after graduating from the University of Alberta with an MA in english and film studies.

Recent Work by Rachel

Sweet, slightly awkward, ride

Sweet, slightly awkward, ride

"Whether e-scooters end up making a permanent stay in St. Albert remains to be seen, but for now I know I had a good time."
Transparency hot-button issue with late-comer candidates in St. Albert

Transparency hot-button issue with late-comer candidates in St. Albert

Candidates joining the race last minute pinpointed transparency and trust as key issues they would prioritize if elected.
Telecom tech Leonard Wilkins to run for council

Telecom tech Leonard Wilkins to run for council

Wilkins said he has a strong belief in community, and would like to use his experience to help attract more business to St. Albert.
Former Morinville councillor Joseph Trapani enters St. Albert race

Former Morinville councillor Joseph Trapani enters St. Albert race

Trapani said conversations with neighbours and friends have helped inform his platform, and he hopes to address the issues that matter most to them.
Marketing manager, new resident Rachel Jones to run for council

Marketing manager, new resident Rachel Jones to run for council

Jones said, if elected, she would want to be a “positive voice” on council, and work toward pursuing accountability, inclusivity, and plan for the long term.
City councillor Sheena Hughes to run for re-election

City councillor Sheena Hughes to run for re-election

Unlike her other council counterparts, Hughes waited until the Sept. 20 deadline before declaring her intention for the Oct. 18 municipal election.
Civil engineer Gilbert Cantin to run for council

Civil engineer Gilbert Cantin to run for council

He previously ran for council in 2017. He said the issues he pursued in the previous election are still relevant this time around.
St. Albert man meets newly discovered family in N.S.

St. Albert man meets newly discovered family in N.S.

Over two years ago, Rick Boyd discovered his four siblings due to a match from a DNA test. Because of the pandemic, he was only able to travel to meet them recently.
St. Albert to require vaccine passports in city facilities Sept. 20

St. Albert to require vaccine passports in city facilities Sept. 20

Vaccine passports will be required at all recreational and cultural facilities in St. Albert starting Monday, but will not be required to vote at Servus Place.
St. Albert releases COVID-19 task force report amid rising case count

St. Albert releases COVID-19 task force report amid rising case count

Councillors noted their disappointment at the ongoing pandemic, but highlighted the report's continuing importance for the city going forward.