St. Albert city councillors are set to decide on Tuesday whether they want to take the next step toward creating a city-owned utility company.
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A Morinville councillor says her town should consider setting up a one-stop-shop for charities to help its non-profit groups thrive.
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Most retirement parties don’t cost $21.7 million – unless you are talking about an essential piece of St. Albert’s water distribution system.
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Residents are split when it comes to pot shops opening in St. Albert. While some say it’s a good move, others aren’t as convinced.
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St. Albert city council has opted against putting half the city’s liquor stores at odds with the land use bylaw.
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Eyewash stations, a refrigeration consultant and personal ammonia monitors are some of the safety equipment St. Albert’s arenas are getting after city council approved $67,000 for ammonia safety enhancement.
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One java business has decided to make roots more permanent in St. Albert. Black Rifle Coffee Company has expanded from an online-only business to a storefront in the Campbell Business Park.
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If it’s time to move and you don’t know where, the solution could lie right in your own back yard.
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Homeowners and business owners in St. Albert can expect a 1.6-per-cent property tax increase this year instead of the 2.4 per cent originally expected in December.
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Critics of a proposed franchise fee on electricity say they want St. Albert city council to address the effects the fee would have on residents who pay rent and businesses who lease store space.
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