St. Albert
GOODWILL HAUNTING
Halloween is a hectic day for Ingrid and Brian Carli as they put up decorations at 64 Embassy Pl., but they say seeing the looks on kids' faces every year makes it worthwhile.
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PULVERIZING PUMPKINS
The BAM! youth group is ready to pulverize a few pumpkins at their second annual Smash ’n’ Bash event Saturday at Seven Hills, which also raises donations for the St. Albert Food Bank.
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NET GAINS
Veteran Canadian national women's soccer team goalkeeper and St. Albert native Erin McLeod says preparations must start now for the Women's World Cup next summer.
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MODEL PARTNERSHIP
A partnership between the local London Drugs store and the St. Albert Food Bank has proven so successful that it's being used as a model for stores to follow across Alberta.
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UNDER THE MICROSCOPE
The expenses of all seven city councillors — not just Mayor Nolan Crouse — will be put under the microscope after a debate at Monday's regular city council meeting.
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2015 budget formally presented to council

St. Albert city council is getting ready to once again set the … Read More...

Council Notes: Oct. 27, 2014

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Meet St. Albert’s newest centenarian

St. Albert got a new centenarian this month. On Saturday, Oct. … Read More...

Local Entertainment

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Brass band kicks off 10th season

As it kicks off its 10th season, the Mission Hill Brass Band is … Read More...

Aja Louden works on a chalk mural.

PHOTOS: Amplify Youth Festival 2014

Youth was served at the Enjoy Centre over the weekend as the … Read More...

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Not-so-secret fundraiser to benefit youth

The Wet Secrets’ latest project is one they hope to keep … Read More...

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OPINION

Artwork: FRED CURATOLO, St. Albert Leader

Editorial Cartoon: Oct. 27, 2014

See more of Fred's work by visiting CuratoloCartoons.com or by following @LeaderCartoon on Twitter … [Read More...]

Editorial: Wildrose wilts in byelections

To paraphrase what a wise man once wrote in another, now-defunct newspaper in St. Albert, the Progressive Conservative party could drop an atomic bomb on Alberta, and the cockroaches would climb out … [Read More...]

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