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Alberta announces $100 million, five-year investment in artificial intelligence - St. Albert Gazette
Alberta announces $100 million, five-year investment in artificial intelligence St. Albert GazetteCALGARY — The Alberta government plans to spend $100 million over five years to attract investment from artificial intelligence-focused...
Previews of Canada Winter Games and Curling Alberta senior men’s championship - St. Albert Gazette
Previews of Canada Winter Games and Curling Alberta senior men’s championship St. Albert GazetteCanada Games The 14th edition of the Canada Winter Games starts with Friday's opening ceremonies in Red Deer and day one of competition is...
Filling up? Gas sitting at 95.9 around St. Albert - St. Albert Gazette
Filling up? Gas sitting at 95.9 around St. Albert St. Albert GazetteGas in St. Albert is available for 95.9 at most gas stations in the city, according to GasBuddy.com. The least expensive gas in the city is 95.9 at.
Alberta Industrial Heartland Association looks at advocacy - St. Albert Gazette
Alberta Industrial Heartland Association looks at advocacy St. Albert GazetteThis year, the Alberta Industrial Heartland Association (AIHA) has set its sights on advocacy. Mark Plamondon, executive director for AIHA, said the.
St. Albert has the cheapest gas today in Alberta - St. Albert Gazette
St. Albert has the cheapest gas today in Alberta St. Albert GazetteExpect to pay 89.9 in St. Albert today, according to GasBuddy.com. Most gas at St. Albert Trail is priced at 89.9, but Costco is as low as 86.9. Shell.
Alberta Party’s Mandel, barred from running, says staffer missed key deadline - St. Albert Gazette
Alberta Party’s Mandel, barred from running, says staffer missed key deadline St. Albert GazetteEDMONTON — Alberta Party Leader Stephen Mandel, disqualified from running in the upcoming provincial election, says his chief financial...
Indigenous pro-oil rally in Alberta stresses energy industry is vital for them - St. Albert Gazette
Indigenous pro-oil rally in Alberta stresses energy industry is vital for them St. Albert GazetteLAC LA BICHE, Alta. — Indigenous supporters of Canada's oil and gas industry turned out here in force Sunday to make the point that the...
Upcoming hockey games - St. Albert Gazette
Upcoming hockey games St. Albert GazetteJunior B playoffs Game two between the St. Albert Merchants and Edmonton Mustangs in the Capital Junior B Hockey League playoffs starts 8 p.m. Sunday at.
Police say Illinois man arrested in bomb threats made to Alberta schools - St. Albert Gazette
Police say Illinois man arrested in bomb threats made to Alberta schools St. Albert GazetteTABER, Alta. — Police in a southern Alberta town say a man in the U.S. has been charged in connection with alleged bomb threats made to schools...
Alberta honours former premier Jim Prentice, unveils official portrait - St. Albert Gazette
Alberta honours former premier Jim Prentice, unveils official portrait St. Albert GazetteEDMONTON — Jim Prentice, the last premier of Alberta's 44−year Progressive Conservative dynasty, was honoured Monday as a man of courage and...
Updates for Special Olympics St. Albert, basketball and midget AAA Raiders - St. Albert Gazette
Updates for Special Olympics St. Albert, basketball and midget AAA Raiders St. Albert GazetteSpecial Olympics The Sport, Strength and Spirit of the 2019 Special Olympics Alberta Winter Games brought out the best from local athletes at...
Korotash to stand for Alberta Party - St. Albert Gazette
Korotash to stand for Alberta Party St. Albert GazetteFormer St. Albert city councillor and current teacher Neil Korotash has been selected as the Alberta Party candidate for the Morinville-St. Albert riding.
Some stations offering gas as high as 105.9 in St. Albert - St. Albert Gazette
Some stations offering gas as high as 105.9 in St. Albert St. Albert GazetteMost gas stations are offering gas for 95.9 in St. Albert, according to GasBuddy.com. The most expensive gas in St. Albert is 105.9 at multiple locations.
Getting Married in Alberta - St. Albert Gazette
Getting Married in Alberta St. Albert GazetteLove is in the air and St. Albert is a prime location for people wanting to get married! On Thursday, Feb. 7 from 7 to 8:30 p.m., Marriage Commissioner Mary ...
Losses few and far between for Slash - St. Albert Gazette
Losses few and far between for Slash St. Albert GazetteA rare loss for the St. Albert Slash wasn't so bad after all. The team to beat in the Alberta Female Hockey League as the two-time defending Esso Cup.
Fentanyl deaths on the rise - St. Albert Gazette
Fentanyl deaths on the rise St. Albert GazetteAfter losing her daughter to a drug overdose in 2015, a St. Albert mother is shaken after learning fentanyl-related deaths are continuing to climb in.
Between the sheets: world juniors, senior men’s provincials and high school curling - St. Albert Gazette
Between the sheets: world juniors, senior men’s provincials and high school curling St. Albert GazetteWorld juniors Abby Marks of St. Albert rocks the house at the U21 world junior women's curling championship starting Sunday in...
St. Albert man in hospital after shooting in Lacombe Park neighbourhood - Global News
St. Albert man in hospital after shooting in Lacombe Park neighbourhood Global NewsRCMP and EMS responded around 10:30 p.m. Tuesday to a firearms complaint in the Lacombe Park neighbourhood, on the north side of the town.
Fowler Classic hoops, junior B rivalry game and Alberta Female Hockey League action - St. Albert Gazette
Fowler Classic hoops, junior B rivalry game and Alberta Female Hockey League action St. Albert GazetteThe crossover playoffs in the Fowler Classic tip off today at Richard S. Fowler School. The junior high basketball tournament features...
Political challenge - St. Albert Gazette
Political challenge St. Albert GazetteThe immediate future and stability of the Alberta Party is up in the air pending a court decision. This past week, news broke that Alberta Party Leader.
Rinkside Report weekend coverage - St. Albert Gazette
Rinkside Report weekend coverage St. Albert GazetteStrong D by Slash The St. Albert Slash continues to play staunch defence in the Alberta Female Hockey League. The fourth shutout in a row and 13th of the.
Casting Notice: Open Auditions - St. Albert Gazette
Casting Notice: Open Auditions St. Albert GazetteSt. Albert Dinner Theatre presents: Barely Heirs by David Lassig, by special arrangement with Heuer Publishing. Synopsis: This is the story of Jane, who stands ...
No easy fix - St. Albert Gazette
No easy fix St. Albert GazetteEfforts to combat the ongoing opioid crisis in the province, including the setup of controversial safe injection sites, have yet to yield overwhelming.
Marks curls to worlds - St. Albert Gazette
Marks curls to worlds St. Albert GazetteAbby Marks is a Canadian champion. The St. Albert curler celebrated the crowning achievement at the U21 nationals as the Alberta rink skipped by Selena.
Graduated minimum wage an unpopular idea - St. Albert Gazette
Graduated minimum wage an unpopular idea St. Albert GazetteA graduated minimum wage, which could see alcohol servers and youth making a lower wage than others, has taken some flak from St. Albertans. The idea was.
Blues tuning it up - St. Albert Gazette
Blues tuning it up St. Albert GazetteGoing forward instead of backwards has the Paul Kane Blues headed in the right direction in high school women's basketball. The winners of five games in.
Bakos good to go for Games - St. Albert Gazette
Bakos good to go for Games St. Albert GazetteA St. Albert skipper will steer the ship for the Alberta women's curling team at the Canada Winter Games. Calling the shots is Julia Bakos for the U18.
Doing it like animals - St. Albert Gazette
Doing it like animals St. Albert GazetteBefore you go cry in your beer, why not try some dating advice from the animal kingdom. Animals have been mating and dating for millions of years, and are full ...
GIFT gala gets girls in film - St. Albert Gazette
GIFT gala gets girls in film St. Albert GazetteGirls In Film and Television has a party planned for its big launch event on Tuesday, even though it's already been fighting gender disparity in film from.
Hometown hockey for Raiders, Sharks and Royals - St. Albert Gazette
Hometown hockey for Raiders, Sharks and Royals St. Albert GazetteRaiders at home The last weekend homestand before the playoffs for the St. Albert Nektar Raiders starts today at Akinsdale Arena. The Raiders (16-11-4)
Tournament results for Mission teams - St. Albert Gazette
Tournament results for Mission teams St. Albert GazetteU16AA Mission The U16AA St. Albert Mission returned home from the 44th annual Gloucester Cumberland Invitational with two wins in four games last ...
City part of study on shifting recycling costs - St. Albert Gazette
City part of study on shifting recycling costs St. Albert GazetteSt. Albert will be joining other Alberta municipalities in researching ways to shift the costs of managing recyclable materials back to those who produce.
Extreme cold into Thursday in St. Albert - St. Albert Gazette
Extreme cold into Thursday in St. Albert St. Albert GazetteEnvironment Canada's extreme cold warning is still in effect for St. Albert: The coldest wind chill values will be near minus 40. A multi-day episode of.
St. Albert man faces charges after dog kicked multiple times - Edmonton Journal
St. Albert man faces charges after dog kicked multiple times Edmonton JournalA man is facing charges after a dog was taken to the 24-hour veterinarian hospital in critical condition.An RCMP news release issued Thursday said the St.
AGLC plans to offer online gambling - St. Albert Gazette
AGLC plans to offer online gambling St. Albert GazetteSt. Albert MLA Marie Renaud says the prospect of a regulated online gambling option and more provincial revenue is a positive move. The Alberta Gaming,
Violent sex offender released in Edmonton after murder charges stayed by Crown - St. Albert Gazette
Violent sex offender released in Edmonton after murder charges stayed by Crown St. Albert GazetteEDMONTON — A violent sex offender who was once dubbed Edmonton's "Mill Woods Rapist" has been released from custody after a murder charge...
Weekend hockey games - St. Albert Gazette
Weekend hockey games St. Albert GazetteSt. Albert Slash are undefeated in eight home games when the midget AAA team hosts the Rocky Mountain Raiders today in the Alberta Female Hockey League ...
Junior B hockey, U18 curling and 7s rugby coverage - St. Albert Gazette
Junior B hockey, U18 curling and 7s rugby coverage St. Albert GazetteMerchants update The St. Albert Merchants have two games remaining before the playoffs after hosting the Capital Junior B Hockey League champion.
We are the Roots: Special Screening - St. Albert Gazette
We are the Roots: Special Screening St. Albert GazetteCelebrate Black History Month by learning more about Alberta's past with a screening of the award-winning documentary We are the Roots followed by Q&A with ...
Your Monday gas price is 88.9 in St. Albert - St. Albert Gazette
Your Monday gas price is 88.9 in St. Albert St. Albert GazetteMost gas stations are still offering gas at 88.9 in St. Albert, according to GasBuddy.com. Most locations in St. Albert on Monday are sitting at 88.9, but.
A love story for the ages - St. Albert Gazette
A love story for the ages St. Albert GazetteA year after Bill Brandenbarg arrived in Canada in 1951, he found the love of his life. Originally from Holland, Brandenbarg found himself in Calgary.
‘It’s a huge step forward’ - St. Albert Gazette
‘It’s a huge step forward’ St. Albert GazetteAfter advocating for new school policies for students with Type 1 Diabetes, Deanna Emberg stood beaming next to elected officials as they announced new.
The Recipients - St. Albert Gazette
The Recipients St. Albert GazetteThis celebratory exhibition features the work of the four 2018 recipients of the 2018 Alberta Craft Awards. The Alberta Craft Awards honour individuals and ...
Gas for 88.9 in St. Albert - St. Albert Gazette
Gas for 88.9 in St. Albert St. Albert GazetteMost gas stations are offering gas at 88.9 in St. Albert, according to GasBuddy.com. Most locations along St. Albert Trail have dropped their prices back.
$4.5-billion plastics plant confirmed for Heartland - St. Albert Gazette
$4.5-billion plastics plant confirmed for Heartland St. Albert GazetteSturgeon County is getting a new plastics plant – one that will bring thousands of jobs and $4.5 billion in investment with it. Pembina Pipeline Corp.
Opening up about clubroot - St. Albert Gazette
Opening up about clubroot St. Albert GazetteFarmers need to speak up about clubroot if they want to halt its spread, FarmTech hears.
Raiders at home - St. Albert Gazette
Raiders at home St. Albert GazetteThis weekend marks the last home games before the playoffs for the St. Albert Nektar Raiders in the Alberta Midget AAA Hockey League. The Raiders host the.
Popularity not a guarantee for good leadership - St. Albert Gazette
Popularity not a guarantee for good leadership St. Albert GazetteThere must be worse things than finding yourself stuck in an elevator with a politician, especially during an election campaign. It's just difficult to.
The Danny Hooper Cabin Fever Tour - St. Albert Gazette
The Danny Hooper Cabin Fever Tour St. Albert GazetteShake off the winter blues with this fun-filled two-and-a-half hour concert featuring the songs, stories, and stockyard memories from one of Alberta's favourite ...
More gas at 88.9 in St. Albert - St. Albert Gazette
More gas at 88.9 in St. Albert St. Albert GazetteMore gas is available today at 88.9 in St. Albert, according to GasBuddy.com. Most locations offering gas for 100.9 along St. Albert Trail have dropped.
Extreme cold warning still in Wednesday’s forecast - St. Albert Gazette
Extreme cold warning still in Wednesday’s forecast St. Albert GazetteExtreme cold warning in the forecast: The coldest wind chill values will be near minus 40. Under mainly clear skies, extreme cold wind chills are expected.
Hockey news and notes - St. Albert Gazette
Hockey news and notes St. Albert GazetteElson inks deal St. Albert hockey product Turner Elson signed a two-year contract with the Detroit Red Wings on Tuesday. The deal, with a reported cap hit.
Family fun: Things to do on Family Day in and around Edmonton - Edmonton Journal
Family fun: Things to do on Family Day in and around Edmonton Edmonton JournalMonday marks Family Day and there is no shortage of events to participate in as many venues around the city have scheduled a little something special.
Environment File: spiders and solar - St. Albert Gazette
Environment File: spiders and solar St. Albert GazetteLike spiders? Like green power? Two free talks this Thursday have you covered.
Oake rink students of the game - St. Albert Gazette
Oake rink students of the game St. Albert Gazette“Everybody seems to know,” said skip Nic Oake of the undefeated St. Albert Skyhawks in the metro Edmonton league. “They were all mentioning it (in ...
Rinkside Report - St. Albert Gazette
Rinkside Report St. Albert GazetteSabres rolling The St. Albert Gregg Distributors Sabres streak into Monday's game undefeated in five as winners of four in a row. Faceoff is 6:45 p.m..
Fill up for 88.9 Monday in St. Albert - St. Albert Gazette
Fill up for 88.9 Monday in St. Albert St. Albert GazetteGas is still available at 89.9 in St. Albert today, according to GasBuddy.com. Several gas stations on St. Albert Trail are priced at 100.9, but a few.
Sweeping curling coverage - St. Albert Gazette
Sweeping curling coverage St. Albert GazetteJunior nationals Abby Marks of St. Albert is curling at her second nationals and the first in the U21 division. Marks is the third for the Alberta junior.
Rural crime strategy working, says superintendent - St. Albert Gazette
Rural crime strategy working, says superintendent St. Albert GazetteAlberta's cops are making a dent in rural crime, says an RCMP superintendent, but they need backup from country residents if they are to catch more.
Body of Alexander man recovered from Yukon lake - St. Albert Gazette
Body of Alexander man recovered from Yukon lake St. Albert GazetteUPDATE A previous version of this story described Jason Keith as a Morinville resident based on information from the Yukon RCMP and coroner's *service*.
Separatism not the elixir to province’s problems - St. Albert Gazette
Separatism not the elixir to province’s problems St. Albert GazetteThe United Kingdom's withdrawal from the European Union, called “Brexit” for short, shambles on with no end in sight. U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May's.
Frigid weather wreaks havoc - St. Albert Gazette
Frigid weather wreaks havoc St. Albert GazetteThe cold snap that's been gripping Alberta for the past week is keeping the city's utility department on its toes. With temperatures dipping well past -25.
No game - St. Albert Gazette
No game St. Albert GazetteHow far should the provincial government wade into the realm of online gambling? If the Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis Commission (AGLC) has ...
Saturday sees more cold wind chills - St. Albert Gazette
Saturday sees more cold wind chills St. Albert GazetteA multi-day episode of very cold wind chills continues. The coldest wind chill values will be between minus 40 and minus 45. Most of Alberta will see.
RCMP seek suspects after violent robberies at cellphone store, beauty store in St. Albert - Global News
RCMP seek suspects after violent robberies at cellphone store, beauty store in St. Albert Global NewsThe RCMP are seeking suspects in connection with a pair of violent robberies at a cellphone store and a beauty store in St. Albert over...
Group of Alberta seniors granted longtime dreams - Global News
Group of Alberta seniors granted longtime dreams Global NewsAn Edmonton Oilers game, a teddy bear drive and an anniversary performance are a few of the wishes being granted this year.
What's on in Edmonton this Family Day weekend? - CBC.ca
What's on in Edmonton this Family Day weekend? CBC.caYou may have an extra day in your weekend, but what to do with it?
Saskatchewan, Manitoba strike first in Canada Winter Games play - Western Hockey League
Saskatchewan, Manitoba strike first in Canada Winter Games play Western Hockey LeagueThe male hockey competition at the 2019 Canada Winter Games began Saturday in Red Deer, Alta., with Saskatchewan and Manitoba striking back at two ...
American Board of Veterinary Practitioners - American Veterinary Medical Association
American Board of Veterinary Practitioners American Veterinary Medical AssociationThe American Board of Veterinary Practitioners welcomed 32 new diplomates following the board certification examination it held Oct. 10 in Tampa, Florida.
Feb. 12 Once Out Of The League, Keegan Bal Now Among Warriors' Top Scoring Options - National Lacrosse League
Feb. 12 Once Out Of The League, Keegan Bal Now Among Warriors' Top Scoring Options National Lacrosse LeagueVancouver Warriors forward Keegan Bal is third on his team both in points (31) and goals (13) this year. Playing with top players...
Tuesday's letters: NDP's mandate isn't mudslinging - Edmonton Journal
Tuesday's letters: NDP's mandate isn't mudslinging Edmonton JournalI was shocked and saddened to see Brian Mason's press release announcing the “Truth about Jason Kenney” partisan website. I was shocked that a sitting ...
Oh Cold Snap! Edmonton set to break its 21-year-old weather record - Global News
Oh Cold Snap! Edmonton set to break its 21-year-old weather record Global NewsIt's been 11 long, cold days for Edmontonians. The last time we went longer with temperatures falling below -20 C daily was 15 days in January 1998.
ITU World Championship qualifying races in Alberta - Triathlon Magazine Canada
ITU World Championship qualifying races in Alberta Triathlon Magazine CanadaAt the end of 2018, Triathlon Alberta announced the qualifying venues for the 2020 ITU World Multisport Championships (Almere, Netherlands) and ITU World.
'SuperFan' back in Vernon cheering on teams - Vernon Morning Star
'SuperFan' back in Vernon cheering on teams Vernon Morning StarSteve Guinther-Plank loves cheering on hockey players at all levels.
Local talent scooped up in RMLL draft - Spruce Grove Examiner
Local talent scooped up in RMLL draft Spruce Grove ExaminerPlayers from the Parkland Posse organization are taking their game to the next level.A total of 13 former Posse were selected in either the Rocky Mountain ...
Albertans shouldn't be 'paying twice' for recycling: councillor - Calgary Herald
Albertans shouldn't be 'paying twice' for recycling: councillor Calgary HeraldA Calgary city councillor says Albertans are “paying twice” for recycling, while most other Canadian jurisdictions are increasingly shifting the financial...
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...
Meet SiriusXM's 2019 Top of the Country Contestants - Radio Facts
Meet SiriusXM's 2019 Top of the Country Contestants Radio FactsIt's that time of the year again! Sarah Burke here from SiriusXM Country. Perhaps you've heard one of my interviews with a Canadian country artist on SiriusXM ...
NDP MLAs Jansen, Cortes-Vargas announce they're not running again - CBC.ca
NDP MLAs Jansen, Cortes-Vargas announce they're not running again CBC.caTwo NDP MLAs announced Monday that they won't be running for re-election this spring: Strathcona-Sherwood Park MLA Estefania Cortes-Vargas and ...
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...
Friday's letters: Frequent shops near construction zones - Edmonton Journal
Friday's letters: Frequent shops near construction zones Edmonton JournalElise Stolte's column in regard to the potential closure of 95 Avenue for LRT construction was interesting. I decided to do what I could to help out one of those ...
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 70,000 pallets of alcohol products. The just-completed mammoth...
CAFF announces nominees for best films - Todayville.com
CAFF announces nominees for best films Todayville.com19 films nominated for awards at Central Alberta Film Festival (CAFF). Central Alberta Film Festival (CAFF) announces nominees for best films 19 out of.
Edmonton weather: Something colder this way comes - Edmonton Journal
Edmonton weather: Something colder this way comes Edmonton JournalA look at today's Edmonton weather by Environment Canada.Strong winds swept across the capital region early Sunday, prompting a wind warning for ...
Workers debate merits of proposed oilsands camp moratorium - CBC.ca
Workers debate merits of proposed oilsands camp moratorium CBC.caCity councillors in Fort McMurray will begin debate Monday on the future of the fly-in, fly-out work camps that house oilsands workers. Fort McMurray Mayor Don ...
A list of those killed and injured in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash - CityNews
A list of those killed and injured in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash CityNewsA sentencing hearing is to begin Monday for the driver of a transport truck involved in a deadly crash with the Humboldt Broncos hockey team bus. Jaskirat...
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...
Your letters for Feb. 6 - Calgary Herald
Your letters for Feb. 6 Calgary HeraldReader's got a beef with new food guideRe: Does the future of Alberta lie in lentils and peas? Jan. 28Clearly, the new Canadian Food Guide is a blow to our ...
St. Albert bans consuming cannabis in public - CBC.ca
St. Albert bans consuming cannabis in public CBC.caWhen cannabis becomes legal in the fall, people won't be allowed to consume the drug in public in St. Albert.
Erie County Real Estate Transactions - Buffalo News
Erie County Real Estate Transactions Buffalo NewsFollowing are real estate transactions over $5000 as listed in records of the Erie County clerk's office for the week ending Jan. 11. AKRON • 28 Marshall A…
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....
Edmonton's 23rd police chief lays out vision at swearing-in ceremony - CBC.ca
Edmonton's 23rd police chief lays out vision at swearing-in ceremony CBC.caAt Friday's swearing-in ceremony, Dale McFee said his vision includes reducing Edmonton's crime rate and holding criminals accountable while finding ...
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