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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

Local stylist made the cut

Local stylist made the cut

Contender Kristen Grieve of Rose & Onyx is vying for gold – with a few other colour highlights.
Portfolio: weekly art listings

Portfolio: weekly art listings

VASA The Visual Arts Studio Association is back in business and the first order is Welcome Back : the VASA resident artists' exhibition. The show features works from the 13 artists whose studios can be found in the Peter Hemingway Centre.
Indigenous history book a wild ride

Indigenous history book a wild ride

Wild Waters is a great new book of fiction based on true people, including the author's four-times great-grandfather: a true voyageur in 1828.
Portfolio: weekly art listings

Portfolio: weekly art listings

Musée Héritage Museum Generations Lost: Healing the Legacy of Residential Schools is an in-depth look at residential schools from why they began to what resulted from them.
Public art gets a major touch-up

Public art gets a major touch-up

The memorial now has an extra touch of significance. Just look at the goalie mask.
On the path to healing

On the path to healing

The healing vibration of that drum and the footsteps all of those people joined in a cross-cultural round dance was unlike anything the city had experienced before.
Faith and Light about families, love

Faith and Light about families, love

Group for people with developmental disabilities and their families celebrates 40 years in St. Albert.
Faith and Light about families, love

Faith and Light about families, love

Group for people with developmental disabilities and their families celebrates 40 years in St. Albert.
Canine training during COVID gone to the dogs

Canine training during COVID gone to the dogs

A lack of clear direction from the province during the pandemic on whether dog training is or should have been an essential service will lead to greater difficulties with dogs, say local trainers. The problem is compounded by the rise in dog ownership during the last year-and-a-half.
Portfolio: weekly art listings

Portfolio: weekly art listings

Musée Héritage Museum Generations Lost: Healing the Legacy of Residential Schools is an in-depth look at residential schools from why they were begun to what resulted from them.