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At some point, all musicians slow down touring. But if you're Pete Turland, you keep pumping out the swing, rockabilly and blues grooves simply because you love it.
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But with the Amazing Race Canada moving along in its second season, a couple of summer interns at the local visitor centre and the farmers' market have thought up their own scavenger hunt.
Strolling along St. Anne Street on a busy farmers' market Saturday might give the appearance of a busy, thriving Perron District for St. Albert.
Singer Julia Nicholson is among a number of local artists who will be vying for a prize at the K-Days Talent Search.
Mayor Nolan Crouse released a letter about the project from Alberta Infrastructure and had motions on Monday night's council meeting agenda regarding the funding structure of the project.
Amendments to the land use bylaw and the community standards bylaw adding boarding house as a definition and implementing a $5,000 fine for running one in St. Albert passed third and final reading on Monday night.
The Feast & Lounge is located in the former location of Trendy Home at 150 - 15 Perron St., beside Jack's Burger Shack.
The smoky haze left over St. Albert by forest fires up north should clear over the weekend, says Alberta Environment.
Wednesday night is the big finale for the Bourbon Idol, which will see one vocalist walk away with a $1,000 prize.
In her Marketplace series, Gazette reporter Anna Borowiecki profiles interesting vendors she's turned up at the St. Albert Farmers' Market.
Following recent comments made by Employment Minister Jason Kenney, local MP Brent Rathgeber said he's 'a little more optimistic' regarding the minister's stance on Canada's foreign worker policy.
Thank you St. Albert Gazette for the courage to stand up for Canada. You and the Sun News are the only media that care enough about Canadians and our country to challenge the so-called 'environmental celebrities' who criticize our country and our oilsands developments.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 04:37 am
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