Despite the economic turmoil faced by the province, St. Albert has continued to thrive, with major commercial and residential developments forging ahead or readying to break ground in 2017.
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Last week I told you about gold’s long-term prospects: $5,000 at least.
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Although he’s only been on the job two weeks, St. Albert’s new city manager Kevin Scoble already has an idea of a direction in which to take the city.
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Country Living Magazine clearly has exceptional taste.
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Amid heightened angst that protectionist measures proposed in the United States could punish Alberta’s oilpatch, two analysts said Wednesday the feared border tax is unlikely to be implemented.
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“Excruciating” is a good word to describe the renovations at Sturgeon Composite High School, jokes student Evelyn Kostiniuk. Now in Grade 11, she and her friend Megan Bleau haven’t known a moment when the school wasn’t a construction zone.
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Fort Air Partnership is planning to build a portable air monitoring station.
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The pieces are being put into place at Lethbridge College for what will soon become the largest trades and technologies facility south of Calgary.
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Residents in the Red Deer Lake area can expect to see changes coming along Highway 22X in the next year.
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Rockpointe Church was filled with the murmur of discontent on Monday.
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