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Rachel Narvey

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.

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Recent Work by Rachel

New chamber chair Garry Wetsch steps into role

New chamber chair Garry Wetsch steps into role

Wetsch takes over the role from 2021 chair Curtis Crouse.
New boat dock set for Kingswood Park

New boat dock set for Kingswood Park

Work on the project is scheduled to begin in Spring of 2022, with procurement and installation scheduled for later in the summer. 
St. Albert puts cash toward infill strategy

St. Albert puts cash toward infill strategy

The strategy would set parameters for how much redevelopment is acceptable in older neighbourhoods.
Schools request removal of off-leash designation for Willoughby Park

Schools request removal of off-leash designation for Willoughby Park

The city will hold a virtual workshop Wednesday evening to gather feedback on how the park is used, and brainstorm a way forward.
Cold snap sees cat rescues under pressure

Cold snap sees cat rescues under pressure

One rescue worker said the past two years — since the pandemic began — have been extremely difficult.
St. Albert RCMP in search of missing boy last seen in Woodlands

St. Albert RCMP in search of missing boy last seen in Woodlands

UPDATE: KAYETAN HAS BEEN FOUND
Council votes to keep arts-and-heritage funding despite motion to trim due to salaries

Council votes to keep arts-and-heritage funding despite motion to trim due to salaries

When asked why the salary amounts for full-time equivalent employees seem substantial, Ramsden said the foundation’s salaries are in line with other non-profits, museums, and galleries.  
Edmonton suspects charged in kidnapping of woman from Alexander First Nation: RCMP

Edmonton suspects charged in kidnapping of woman from Alexander First Nation: RCMP

The victim in the March incident sustained life-threatening injuries.
St. Albert plans to redeploy employees should COVID cases rise

St. Albert plans to redeploy employees should COVID cases rise

Redeployment would be a final effort to try and maintain essential services.
Review of grant process to come before council

Review of grant process to come before council

The first stage will be presented on Feb. 7.