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Alberta seeks oil refinery - St. Albert Gazette
Alberta seeks oil refinery St. Albert GazetteAlberta Premier Rachel Notley wants another oil refinery built in the province, and is asking for proposals from the private sector. On Tuesday afternoon,
Alberta spending habits measured - St. Albert Gazette
Alberta spending habits measured St. Albert GazetteAlberta beats out other provinces when it comes to fun shopping. According to ATB Financial, the province ranked second for most money spent on.
MP condemns feds for oil crisis - St. Albert Gazette
MP condemns feds for oil crisis St. Albert GazetteThe federal government is not doing enough to help with the Alberta oil price crisis, St. Albert's MP says. Edmonton-St. Albert Conservative MP Michael.
The ‘Alberta way’ needs changing - St. Albert Gazette
The ‘Alberta way’ needs changing St. Albert GazetteI write because of a recent ill-informed letter to the editor from Mr. Tony Gull about federal equalization payments being unfair to Albertans, and.
White Spruce and climate change - St. Albert Gazette
White Spruce and climate change St. Albert GazetteAn Alberta Agriculture researcher hopes that seeds from St. Albert's White Spruce Forest will help Canadians adapt to climate change. Alberta Agriculture and ...
Alberta carries an unfair burden - St. Albert Gazette
Alberta carries an unfair burden St. Albert GazetteNext to my last letter in the St. Albert Gazette are two more people trying to wrongly explain how the equalization system works (Gazette, Your Views,
Volunteer’s Star for Qaderi - St. Albert Gazette
Volunteer’s Star for Qaderi St. Albert GazetteSt. Albert's Sophia Qaderi has been recognized with a provincial award for volunteerism.
Celebrate the Season at the Alberta Legislature - St. Albert Gazette
Celebrate the Season at the Alberta Legislature St. Albert GazetteFor more than 30 years the Legislative Assembly has celebrated the holiday season by inviting musical ensembles from all over the province to perform festive ...
Weekend results for Raiders, Flyers, Sharks and Royals - St. Albert Gazette
Weekend results for Raiders, Flyers, Sharks and Royals St. Albert GazetteRaiders fall short The first loss in five games dropped the St. Albert Nektar Raiders into fourth place in the north division of the Alberta Midget AAA.
Team Alberta hockey selections for Canada Winter Games, upcoming basketball games and Royals play at home - St. Albert Gazette
Team Alberta hockey selections for Canada Winter Games, upcoming basketball games and Royals play at home St. Albert GazetteTeam Alberta The Lajoie siblings of St. Albert made their respective provincial hockey teams for the Canada...
Updates on stick curling, Mission ringette and bantam AAA Sabres - St. Albert Gazette
Updates on stick curling, Mission ringette and bantam AAA Sabres St. Albert GazetteThe Select Rentals Stick Stakes is good to go Thursday morning at the St. Albert Curling Club. The St. Albert 50-plus Mixed Curling League is hosting the...
Wynn fatality inquiry this week - St. Albert Gazette
Wynn fatality inquiry this week St. Albert GazetteWynn fatality inquiry begins An inquiry into the 2015 deaths of Const. David Wynn and the man who shot him, Shawn Rehn, is slated to begin this week. From.
There’s no question Alberta is a huge contributor to equalization - St. Albert Gazette
There’s no question Alberta is a huge contributor to equalization St. Albert GazetteI see there are still NDP apologists out there, namely Mr. Traynor (St. Albert Gazette, Your Views, Nov. 10). Sorry, but your argument is lost when...
Slash honoured as Hockey Alberta’s 2018 Team of the Year headlines Rinkside Report - St. Albert Gazette
Slash honoured as Hockey Alberta’s 2018 Team of the Year headlines Rinkside Report St. Albert GazetteThe St. Albert Slash were honoured by Hockey Alberta as the 2018 Team of the Year. The inaugural Hockey Alberta award recognizes a...
Local woman looks to community for kidney - St. Albert Gazette
Local woman looks to community for kidney St. Albert GazetteOne St. Albert woman is turning to the public for a new kidney. Margaret Mackevic, 78, has been receiving dialysis three times a week for over a year.
Bring back the Alberta Provincial Police? - St. Albert Gazette
Bring back the Alberta Provincial Police? St. Albert GazetteAlberta should consider having its own police force in order to help protect its countryside from rural crime, a Conservative Party report suggests. Federal ...
Big Solar – Alberta's Utility Scale Solar Projects - St. Albert Gazette
Big Solar – Alberta's Utility Scale Solar Projects St. Albert GazetteA presentation and panel discussion with solar farm developers. Alberta has installed its first 17 MW solar farm. The Alberta Electric System Operator's ...
Equalization payments should go directly to Canadians - St. Albert Gazette
Equalization payments should go directly to Canadians St. Albert GazetteRe: letters to the editor from Tony Gull and Roger Lecuyer (St. Albert Gazette, Your Views, Nov. 21). Equalization payments have a constitutional.
Don’t judge by appearances - St. Albert Gazette
Don’t judge by appearances St. Albert GazetteI've been living in St. Albert over one and a half years. At 50-plus, I am still trying to find a place, which would be only the third time I rented.
Balancing Alberta’s budget not as simple as UCP’s Kenney claims - St. Albert Gazette
Balancing Alberta’s budget not as simple as UCP’s Kenney claims St. Albert GazetteBlaming the NDP for the debt is ignoring one important fact. Ralph Klein's government slashed taxes and replaced them with windfall oil and gas revenues.
Tournament results and metro Edmonton league games - St. Albert Gazette
Tournament results and metro Edmonton league games St. Albert GazetteBasketball at PK Today's doubleheader for the Paul Kane Blues is also the metro Edmonton league home opener for the senior men's and women's teams. The.
Facts matter - St. Albert Gazette
Facts matter St. Albert GazetteFacts matter – apparently not to the Political Action Committee (PAC) Shaping Alberta's Future. Its recent political advertisements in Alberta's daily and.
Will Christmas be merry or not? - St. Albert Gazette
Will Christmas be merry or not? St. Albert GazettePREVIEW Oh! Christmas Tree Blunt Entertainment and Theatre of the New Heart Dec. 13 to Dec. 23 Roxy at the Gateway 8529 Gateway Blvd. Tickets: $22 ...
Crude “crisis” focus of fiscal update - St. Albert Gazette
Crude “crisis” focus of fiscal update St. Albert GazetteOne St. Albert MLA says he is concerned about low Alberta oil prices but finds the growth in other sectors of the economy a positive sign. Spruce.
Owners hope for Christmas business boost - St. Albert Gazette
Owners hope for Christmas business boost St. Albert GazetteAlbertan entrepreneurs are becoming a little more optimistic about the future. Small business confidence in Alberta rose by 0.7 points to 53.8 last month,
A great gift to Canada’s first mosque for its 80th - St. Albert Gazette
A great gift to Canada’s first mosque for its 80th St. Albert GazetteThe Al-Rashid Mosque, Canada's first and one of the earliest in North America, was established in Edmonton against all odds and has become an enduring ...
Celebrating the spirit of Christmas in Canada - St. Albert Gazette
Celebrating the spirit of Christmas in Canada St. Albert GazetteChristmas will be here shortly. TV and flyer ads abound. Businesses urge everyone to spend till it hurts. Credit card companies will bump your limit to.
Notley cuts oil production - St. Albert Gazette
Notley cuts oil production St. Albert GazetteThe Alberta government's decision to cut oil production in response to rock-bottom prices is earning accolades from both sides of the political aisle. On.
Alberta Ballet shares The Story of the Nutcracker - St. Albert Gazette
Alberta Ballet shares The Story of the Nutcracker St. Albert GazetteFamilies are invited for a one-of-a-kind storytime reading of The Nutcracker, presented by the Alberta Ballet, as they transform the Centre Court near Santa's ...
Check out On Tap for weekend home games - St. Albert Gazette
Check out On Tap for weekend home games St. Albert GazetteRaiders at home Today's north division contest between the St. Albert Nektar Data Systems Raiders and the Canadian Athletic Club starts at 1:45 p.m. at.
Midget AAA Raiders past and present highlight Rinkside Report - St. Albert Gazette
Midget AAA Raiders past and present highlight Rinkside Report St. Albert GazetteInvite for Mitchell Ian Mitchell of Calahoo is among 12 defencemen invited to the Canadian junior hockey team selection camp. Overall, 34 players will.
Sabres start to sharpen up - St. Albert Gazette
Sabres start to sharpen up St. Albert GazetteThe St. Albert Gregg Distributors Sabres are playing with a competitive edge by putting the nose to the grindstone. “We're practicing harder and we're.
Alberta Ballet: Reilley McKinlay Meet & Greet - St. Albert Gazette
Alberta Ballet: Reilley McKinlay Meet & Greet St. Albert GazetteVisitors to Manulife Place are invited to meet real-life ballerina Reilley McKinlay for a meet and greet opportunity on Saturday! Reilley will be available for photos ...
Environment File: air conference and solar talk - St. Albert Gazette
Environment File: air conference and solar talk St. Albert GazetteAlberta's environment minister will be in Edmonton on Tuesday to talk about the state of the St. Albert region's air. The Alberta Capital Airshed is hosting its ...
Cunningham in select company - St. Albert Gazette
Cunningham in select company St. Albert GazetteNoah Cunningham is a rising star on the Canadian soccer scene. The St. Albert Impact product and 2018 second team All-Canadian defender with the Alberta.
Freezing rain headed for Edmonton, St. Albert and Sherwood Park - Toronto Star
Freezing rain headed for Edmonton, St. Albert and Sherwood Park Toronto StarEDMONTON—Environment Canada announced a freezing rain warning for a swath of central Alberta, urging anybody walking or driving in those areas to ...
Ice Chips: hockey updates - St. Albert Gazette
Ice Chips: hockey updates St. Albert GazetteThe third win of the season for the St. Albert Gregg Distributors Sabres was against the nitro north division leader in the Alberta Major Bantam Hockey League.
Roberts best of the best - St. Albert Gazette
Roberts best of the best St. Albert GazetteActions speak louder than words for Jordan Roberts. His play on the pitch for the St. Albert Rugby Football Club spoke volumes as the modest and.
Exercise caution in the upcoming provincial election - St. Albert Gazette
Exercise caution in the upcoming provincial election St. Albert GazetteI also would like to respond to Tony Gull's letter to the editor (St. Albert Gazette, Your Views, Oct. 31). If he thinks Alberta's fiscal woes began three.
Minister drops hammer on Sturgeon school - St. Albert Gazette
Minister drops hammer on Sturgeon school St. Albert GazetteAlberta's education minister threatened to cut off funding to a Sturgeon County private school this week unless it followed the law on gay-straight.
That’s a wrap! - St. Albert Gazette
That’s a wrap! St. Albert GazetteFall session at the provincial legislature has wrapped with both St. Albert MLAs feeling very pleased with the work their party has done. St. Albert MLA.
Petro's injury puts Parayko in spotlight for Blues - STLtoday.com
Petro's injury puts Parayko in spotlight for Blues STLtoday.comColton Parayko has been accustomed to big minutes for a while. But once fellow defenseman Alex Pietrangelo was sidelined with a hand injury Nov.
Future spending worries mayor - St. Albert Gazette
Future spending worries mayor St. Albert GazetteLast week, St. Albert councillors debated motions for the 2019 budget, which resulted in a 0.4-per-cent tax increase, subsidized by the introduction of.
Thousands in community grants approved - St. Albert Gazette
Thousands in community grants approved St. Albert GazetteCompetition grants awarded St. Albert athletes and not-for-profit organizations are getting a helping hand from the city. City council approved more than.
Regulation dreams in reach for local counsellor - St. Albert Gazette
Regulation dreams in reach for local counsellor St. Albert GazetteWhen Nicole Imgrund became a hospital chaplain over a decade ago, she was alarmed to find the profession wasn't regulated. Anyone could waltz into the.
Environment File: bird count and climate change - St. Albert Gazette
Environment File: bird count and climate change St. Albert GazetteChristmas is coming, and that means it's census time for St. Albert's birds. The 28th annual St. Albert Christmas Bird Count is this Dec. 28. The seasonal event is ...
Blues hooping for winning season - St. Albert Gazette
Blues hooping for winning season St. Albert GazetteA bounce back season is underway for the Paul Kane Blues in high school men's basketball. The metro Edmonton division two team is on the upswing after.
Is water killing the White Spruce Forest? - St. Albert Gazette
Is water killing the White Spruce Forest? St. Albert GazetteA University of Alberta team is working this winter to find out what's killing the White Spruce Forest. U of A forestry student Riccardo Baldini and his.
Skyhawks huddle up in north final - St. Albert Gazette
Skyhawks huddle up in north final St. Albert GazetteThe fourth time is hopefully the charm for the St. Albert High Skyhawks. After three losses in a row to the Holy Rosary Raiders in the Tier III provincial.
On Tap hockey games - St. Albert Gazette
On Tap hockey games St. Albert GazetteFemale hockey Today's female hockey exhibition game between the bantam A St. Albert Blades and a team from Harbin, China, starts at 12:30 p.m. at ...
STARSkate weekend in St. Albert and Wood Tournament info for U19AA Mission - St. Albert Gazette
STARSkate weekend in St. Albert and Wood Tournament info for U19AA Mission St. Albert GazetteStars on ice The Edmonton Region STARSkate Invitational returns to Servus Credit Union Place this weekend. STARSkate, co-ordinated by the.
Mini paintings a message of hope and endurance - St. Albert Gazette
Mini paintings a message of hope and endurance St. Albert GazetteThe world of art can be a challenging one, but for Arlene Webber, the sky is the limit. Webber's intricate miniature paintings of vast skies and Prairie.
Tax matters - St. Albert Gazette
Tax matters St. Albert GazetteHomeowners are expecting a 0.4-per-cent property tax increase now that St. Albert councillors are done with their budget deliberations. Council members.
John Reid Memorial Tournament info and Movember rugby fundraiser - St. Albert Gazette
John Reid Memorial Tournament info and Movember rugby fundraiser St. Albert GazetteReid tournament The 16-team lineup for the 41st annual John Reid Memorial Tournament has been finalized. The host St. Albert Gregg Distributors Sabres.
Rangoli Design Performance: BMO All Day Sunday - St. Albert Gazette
Rangoli Design Performance: BMO All Day Sunday St. Albert GazetteJoin us for an all day celebration of the vibrant colours, folklore and spirituality radiating from our two current exhibitions Goddesses of Creation and Vision ...
City OKs $26K in eco-grants - St. Albert Gazette
City OKs $26K in eco-grants St. Albert GazetteWounded animals will get more ambulance *service* in St. Albert now that city council members have approved their latest round of environment grants.
St. Albert businesses race ahead in national ranking - St. Albert Gazette
St. Albert businesses race ahead in national ranking St. Albert GazetteTwo St. Albert businesses have been named among 500 of Canada's fastest growing companies. B-Line Tire & Auto Supply placed 368 and Techni-Craft.
Willan scores major milestone - St. Albert Gazette
Willan scores major milestone St. Albert GazetteThe first midget AAA player in the Alberta Female Hockey League to rack up 100 career points is humbled by the accomplishment. “To achieve that milestone.
Pot shop approvals stop - St. Albert Gazette
Pot shop approvals stop St. Albert GazetteSt. Albert won't be seeing any new pot shops for awhile. The Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis Commission (AGLC) has suspended issuing any more ...
Vader’s case goes before Court of Appeal - St. Albert Gazette
Vader’s case goes before Court of Appeal St. Albert GazetteTravis Vader's lawyers have appeared before a judge to ask for a new trial in the deaths of two St. Albert seniors. Vader, who is currently serving a life.
New writer in res announced - St. Albert Gazette
New writer in res announced St. Albert GazetteAs current regional writer in residence Michael Hingston tackles his last few weeks on duty, program organizers have announced the names of both his.
Jeff Wedman earns St. Albert UCP nomination - St. Albert Gazette
Jeff Wedman earns St. Albert UCP nomination St. Albert GazetteJeff Wedman has earned the nod from local conservatives to represent the St. Albert riding's United Conservative Party (UCP) members in the upcoming.
Bridge work snarls U of A bus route - St. Albert Gazette
Bridge work snarls U of A bus route St. Albert GazetteSt. Albert transit riders will soon have to catch the LRT to get to the University of Alberta due to construction on the Groat Road Bridge. St. Albert.
Junior B results lead off Rinkside Report - St. Albert Gazette
Junior B results lead off Rinkside Report St. Albert GazetteJunior B coverage Four points separate the fourth-place Morinville Jets and sixth-place St. Albert Merchants in the west division of the Capital Junior B.
High expectations for Skyhawks - St. Albert Gazette
High expectations for Skyhawks St. Albert GazetteThe sky is the limit for the St. Albert Skyhawks after going farther than expected in high school women's basketball. The 2018 metro Edmonton division one.
Equalization payments a misunderstood topic - St. Albert Gazette
Equalization payments a misunderstood topic St. Albert GazetteLike many Canadians, Tony Gull has a misunderstanding of Canada's equalization program (St. Albert Gazette, Your Views, Oct. 31). It is one of many.
Province bans mandatory high heels in the workplace - St. Albert Gazette
Province bans mandatory high heels in the workplace St. Albert GazetteStarting in January, waitresses and bartenders will no longer be forced to wear heels on the job. Under the Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) code,
Weekend hockey preview coverage - St. Albert Gazette
Weekend hockey preview coverage St. Albert GazetteMerchants at Jets The St. Albert Merchants and Morinville Jets renew their rivalry tonight in the Capital Junior B Hockey League. Hall of Fame netminder.
At Morinville Council: net-zero affordable homes and photo radar - St. Albert Gazette
At Morinville Council: net-zero affordable homes and photo radar St. Albert GazetteMorinville is getting a net-zero affordable housing complex, and will keep photo radar for at least a few months more.
Money problems - St. Albert Gazette
Money problems St. Albert GazetteThousands of St. Albertans might have a rough Christmas season ahead, but they can now rest easy knowing the salaries of their city council members are.
Blues back in business - St. Albert Gazette
Blues back in business St. Albert GazetteSFX Sports Centre – Class is now in session for the Paul Kane Blues. The 21st annual Mike Dea Classic signals the start of the academic basketball season.
NDP inherited a broken system - St. Albert Gazette
NDP inherited a broken system St. Albert GazetteThe NDP did not start our financial mess, as Tony Gull has stated – it inherited a broken system of false promises and corporate and big business.
Alexander lawyer named judge - St. Albert Gazette
Alexander lawyer named judge St. Albert GazetteAlexander woman makes history as first female Treaty 6 judge.
New app helps cancer patients stay informed - St. Albert Gazette
New app helps cancer patients stay informed St. Albert GazetteWhen Doris Stapleton learned in 2001 the brown lines growing under her left thumb nail were cancer, she was in shock. “First of all, I'm numb in shock.
Chef’s Table - St. Albert Gazette
Chef’s Table St. Albert GazetteSt. Albert is enjoying a resurgence of good restaurants, however it has a shortage of top-tier pastry chefs. For that reason this year's opening of.
Jim Brenan 11 “50/50” from Edmonton and Calgary - St. Albert Gazette
Jim Brenan 11 “50/50” from Edmonton and Calgary St. Albert GazetteBest of Alberta series. Jim Brenan – composer, arranger, saxophones and clarinet; Sean Craig – alto saxophone and flute; Mike Gardner – alto saxophone and ...
The flu has arrived - St. Albert Gazette
The flu has arrived St. Albert GazetteThe Edmonton zone, which includes St. Albert, has been hit with the flu bug. As of Nov. 8, there have been 86 confirmed cases of influenza A across the.
Province to regulate counsellors - St. Albert Gazette
Province to regulate counsellors St. Albert GazetteAfter more than a decade of advocating for better mental health and addictions support, one local counsellor's dreams are on the verge of coming true thanks to ...
Deficit looms at Morinville council - St. Albert Gazette
Deficit looms at Morinville council St. Albert GazetteMorinville council still needs to drain an ocean of red ink as it heads into the home stretch of its budget debate, since it's swimming in a $777,000 deficit.
‘Full ride’ scholarship courtesy of wheelman alum - St. Albert Gazette
‘Full ride’ scholarship courtesy of wheelman alum St. Albert GazetteThere's a bit of a buzz at Sturgeon Composite High School over a new scholarship that won't even be awarded this year. School officials recently announced.
Portfolio: weekly art listings - St. Albert Gazette
Portfolio: weekly art listings St. Albert GazetteArt Gallery of St. Albert Guilded: Around the Block features works by artists from all of the guilds represented by the St. Albert Place Visual Arts.
Raiders picking up points - St. Albert Gazette
Raiders picking up points St. Albert GazetteEvery point counts for the St. Albert Nektar Data Systems Raiders. Sunday's 2-2 draw with the Calgary Buffaloes marked the fifth game out of eight in.
School Notes: Gish Global junior high program to end, says board - St. Albert Gazette
School Notes: Gish Global junior high program to end, says board St. Albert GazetteAkinsdale parents were up in arms this week over reports that St. Albert Public planned to end the Global junior high program at Elmer S. Gish School....
Downsized recital, upsized music - St. Albert Gazette
Downsized recital, upsized music St. Albert GazetteWhen Paul Schiemann, founder of Alberta Baroque Ensemble, conducts, it turns into a sensuous experience for the audience. However at the next concert,
Why is “booby” funny? - St. Albert Gazette
Why is “booby” funny? St. Albert GazetteA University of Alberta researcher has scientifically determined that “upchuck” may be the funniest word in the English language. U of A psychologist.
Roy Versus The Red Baron - St. Albert Gazette
Roy Versus The Red Baron St. Albert GazetteIn April 1918, the most feared and famous fighter pilot ever – The Red Baron was shot down over France. The man credited with ending Baron von Richthofen's ...
Slow start stops Skyhawks - St. Albert Gazette
Slow start stops Skyhawks St. Albert GazetteThe Tier III north final was over in a blink of an eye for the St. Albert High Skyhawks. Saturday's provincial qualifier slipped away from Skyhawks while.
The many names in Sturgeon County - St. Albert Gazette
The many names in Sturgeon County St. Albert GazetteRoots of History wraps up with a look at place names in Sturgeon County.
A hand up - St. Albert Gazette
A hand up St. Albert GazetteWith a looming election, Premier Rachel Notley's plan to boost assistance payments for Albertans with disabilities who are unable to work might be seen by.
Morinville, county councillors poised for pay cut - St. Albert Gazette
Morinville, county councillors poised for pay cut St. Albert GazetteSturgeon and Morinville councillors are poised to take a pay cut after disagreeing on how to handle next year's changes to federal tax laws. Sturgeon County ...
On the passing of a poet - St. Albert Gazette
On the passing of a poet St. Albert GazetteThe local and national arts community is reeling in sorrow with the Blodgett family upon the news of the passing of prominent poet E.D. (Ted) Blodgett on Nov.
Roger Reid wins in Livingstone-Macleod riding - Crowsnest Pass Herald
Roger Reid wins in Livingstone-Macleod riding Crowsnest Pass HeraldANNA KROUPINA. Pass Herald Reporter. Roger Reid, the fifth-generation farm kid from Claresholm, has won the United Conservative Party (UCP) nomination ...
Calgary-hosted Midget AA hockey tourney to feature stars-in-waiting - Calgary Herald
Calgary-hosted Midget AA hockey tourney to feature stars-in-waiting Calgary HeraldA new tournament developed by the Calgary Royals Athletic Association and Global Sport Academy Group will provide Midget AA hockey players with a chance ...
Midget AA hockey showcase hits the ice in Calgary - Calgary Herald
Midget AA hockey showcase hits the ice in Calgary Calgary HeraldA new tournament developed by the Calgary Royals Athletic Association and Global Sport Academy Group will provide Midget AA hockey players with a chance ...
Threatening letter that says ‘this isn’t a reserve’ prompts Alberta family to move - Global News Lethbridge
Threatening letter that says ‘this isn’t a reserve’ prompts Alberta family to move Global News LethbridgeA wife and mother of three pre-teen children says her family is moving from their St. Albert, Alta., condo because they don't...
How does Alberta hold its liquor? In this mammoth new warehouse in St. Albert - CBC.ca
How does Alberta hold its liquor? In this mammoth new warehouse in St. Albert CBC.caA new $142-million liquor distribution centre in St. Albert is large enough to hold 70000 pallets of alcohol products.
Alberta boy catches 16-pound koi in St. Albert lake: ‘That’s way breaking my record’ - Global News Edmonton
Alberta boy catches 16-pound koi in St. Albert lake: ‘That’s way breaking my record’ Global News EdmontonAn 11-year-old boy who was out fishing in St. Albert earlier this week managed to reel in a 16-pound carp. The massive fish...
St. Albert rallies around family threatened by racist letter - APTN News
St. Albert rallies around family threatened by racist letter APTN NewsJohn Murray APTN News The people of St. Albert, Alta., are determined to shake off the stain of a racist letter aimed at an Indigenous family. The family is still ...
St. Albert community shows support for family that received racist letter | Watch News Videos Online - Globalnews.ca
St. Albert community shows support for family that received racist letter | Watch News Videos Online Globalnews.caAfter a family in the St. Albert community of Grandin received a racist, threatening letter in the mail, community members...
Community rallies behind St. Albert family after hateful letter | Watch News Videos Online - Globalnews.ca
Community rallies behind St. Albert family after hateful letter | Watch News Videos Online Globalnews.caThe St. Albert family who received a racist letter in their mailbox last week was surprised last night by an outpouring of support....
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