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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 book to help young children set clear boundaries in social situations

New book to help young children set clear boundaries in social situations

Author Jennifer Becker said she was inspired to write the book when she realized resources to help younger kids potentially avoid abusive situations were lacking.
St. Albert city council releases strategic plan to guide current term

St. Albert city council releases strategic plan to guide current term

Coun. Natalie Joly said the process this has been “the most challenging strategic planning process” she has been involved with in any organization.
St. Albert, Morinville sign modern fire services agreement

St. Albert, Morinville sign modern fire services agreement

The Mutual Assistance Agreement updates a long-standing regional arrangement between 24 Alberta municipalities.
Planning for rec site in city's west to centre on aquatics facility

Planning for rec site in city's west to centre on aquatics facility

A future recreation site in the city's west will include an aquatics facility at minimum following a survey where swimming ranked as the top indoor recreation activity in St. Albert.
Some mayors skeptical of St. Albert's hike in non-resident rec fees

Some mayors skeptical of St. Albert's hike in non-resident rec fees

St. Albert is the first municipality in the greater Edmonton region to decide to increase fees for non-residents, according to city administration.
City celebrates Fowler Athletic Park improvements

City celebrates Fowler Athletic Park improvements

Daniele Podlubny, interim director of recreation and parks, said the improved park is fit to potentially host future provincial games.
Gazette Readers' Choice: 'Natural medicine quarterbacks' carry home win

Gazette Readers' Choice: 'Natural medicine quarterbacks' carry home win

The St. Albert Naturopathic Clinic has been chosen by readers of the St. Albert Gazette as number one in the category of holistic health care for the fifth year in a row. 
City briefs

City briefs

Councillors voted to put $5,000 towards displaying real-time solar data from by city facilities such as Servus Place.
Council votes against rezoning residential site for health clinic

Council votes against rezoning residential site for health clinic

Councillors said they wanted to refrain from approving one-off commercial projects in residential areas before city-wide strategies are developed.

Municipalities' move away from print advertising could impact transparency: media advocates

St. Albert is currently pursuing its own advertising bylaw, which will come before council for final approval on Aug. 15.