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Scott Hayes

Scott Hayes

Scott Hayes joined the St. Albert Gazette in 2008. Scott writes about the arts, entertainment, movies, culture, community groups, and charities. He also writes general news, features, columns and profiles on people.

Recent Work by Scott

Portfolio: weekly art listings

Portfolio: weekly art listings

Art Gallery of St. Albert And All of Everything by Brad Necyk and Gary James Joynes has been postponed until 2022. Differentiated Reality/Realidad Diferenciada is an online exhibit by Pepe Hidalgo. Exhibition runs until May 8.
At Your Service: Masks for the Bomberos

At Your Service: Masks for the Bomberos

In this roundup of fundraisers and charitable events in the St. Albert area, CAFSA is still hard at work sending firefighting equipment to those who need it most.
Stollery gets a boost from fun, driving fundraiser

Stollery gets a boost from fun, driving fundraiser

Thanks to the stellar team of health professionals at at the Stollery Children’s Hospital, Collin Beaton is filled with energy, even after three heart surgeries. His parents are hosting the third annual Collin's Carventure to raise money for the Stollery.
Brian Cyr now #3 realtor in the West

Brian Cyr now #3 realtor in the West

St. Albert's market hot for sales, just one of the many factors that helped Cyr to achieve more and better sales in 2020.
The horrors of genocide dramatized brilliantly

The horrors of genocide dramatized brilliantly

There's nothing pleasant about genocide but studying it and remembering it happened means that lives are not taken in vain. Jasmila Žbanić's film Quo Vadis, Aida? should be required viewing.
City's financial reporting meets gold standard for 19th year

City's financial reporting meets gold standard for 19th year

Maybe you don't always agree on how taxes are spent or how the city reports spending in its annual reports, but one thing that we can all agree on is that everything the city does financially is golden, according to the GFOA.
Putting fresh eyes on organ donation

Putting fresh eyes on organ donation

Local psychotherapist wouldn't be able to see any of his clients without the beautiful gifts he was given. New cornea transplants gave him new sight after keratoconis threatened to take it all away, starting when he was a teenager.
A community of empowered women, that's Kaleo

A community of empowered women, that's Kaleo

Kaleo's work is important to nurturing single moms and their children throughout St. Albert, and even beyond. It's just as important to help Kaleo through volunteering and otherwise. An upcoming fundraiser will support this non-profit's work as the pandemic has provided a surge in its client base.
Hilarious and horrific, that's Shiva Baby

Hilarious and horrific, that's Shiva Baby

Take some time this long weekend to fire up Shiva Baby on VOD, and don't forget to call your mother, not text her.
'A little bit of extra light into the darkness'

'A little bit of extra light into the darkness'

This is the last weekend of the big HOPE message illuminating St. Albert Place in the evenings.