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Wellness Centre construction to begin this fall

Wellness Centre construction to begin this fall

The Town and County of St. Paul are planning to begin construction on the new Wellness Center mid-September or early October, said Town CAO Ron Boisvert at a presentation to Town employees at an information session held Monday morning.

Championing Canada Day

Canada Day celebrations will roar back to life in St. Paul this weekend, thanks to Champions for Change and the Town of St. Paul. Fireworks will light up the sky at 11 p.m. on Thursday.

VIDEO: Doug Horner campaigns for leadership in St. Paul

Doug Horner toured the Lakeland on June 15 and stopped at the Ag Corral in St. Paul.

UFOs alive with the sound of music

The sound of beautiful music filled the Town of St. Paul on June 12 as Nova Musica Community Orchestra, conducted by Bill Dimmer, presented a benefit concert to raise funds for the Ride to Conquer Cancer at École du Sommet.
Local students show support

Local students show support

Students and other local community members came out to enjoy a musical performance Friday at the St. Paul Regional High School, put on by students who wanted to make a difference.

Former PC colleague shuns leadership election

Whether or not the Progressive Conservative (PC) leadership race can reinvigorate the party depends on whom they select, according to former cabinet colleague and Bonnyville Mayor Ernie Isley.
Feds expected to force union back to work

Feds expected to force union back to work

The union for striking postal workers called Canada Post’s locking out of workers “irresponsible” in a press release delivered via email last week.
VIDEO: Horner sounds call to unite PCs

VIDEO: Horner sounds call to unite PCs

Progressive Conservative Party leadership candidate Doug Horner traveled through the Lakeland last week to rally support for his bid to become party leader and Alberta's next premier.
RCMP lays immigration, criminal code charges

RCMP lays immigration, criminal code charges

The RCMP charged three individuals from Goodfish Lake and St. Paul under the Immigration Refugee Protection Act on Monday.

PC leadership race heats up

Minister of Infrastructure Ray Danyluk announced last week his support for Progressive Conservative leadership candidate Doug Horner. Horner will be on hand in St. Paul on Wednesday to answer questions at the Ag Corral from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
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