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Lakeland hospital workers impacted by privatization of laundry services

Lakeland hospital workers impacted by privatization of laundry services

AUPE claims it’s the ‘edge of the wedge’ in the government’s plan to eliminate upwards of 11,000 health sector jobs
Council denies rezoning on west end of St. Paul

Council denies rezoning on west end of St. Paul

A public hearing on May 5 included a variety of voices, speaking to the proposed rezoning of a piece of residential land to commercial.
Two or more cases confirmed at St. Paul Regional High School

Two or more cases confirmed at St. Paul Regional High School

St. Paul's largest high school has at least two active cases of COVID-19 connected to the school.
New assistant superintendents hired as part of succession planning within St. Paul Education

New assistant superintendents hired as part of succession planning within St. Paul Education

Red ribbons and red dresses honour missing and murdered

Red ribbons and red dresses honour missing and murdered

Steven Jeffery hopes to provide continued 'cohesiveness' in new role as Town of St. Paul CAO

Steven Jeffery hopes to provide continued 'cohesiveness' in new role as Town of St. Paul CAO

Current CAO Kim Heyman is heading for retirement, as of July 1.
St. Paul Education dealing with COVID cases heading into two-week at-home learning

St. Paul Education dealing with COVID cases heading into two-week at-home learning

Mallaig School confirms active cases of virus.
County struggles to resolve fire rate issue

County struggles to resolve fire rate issue

'Are they going to start charging me now every time a grader goes past my place?'
Maintaining services a priority for Town of St. Paul budget, mill rate increases slightly

Maintaining services a priority for Town of St. Paul budget, mill rate increases slightly

Slight increases in the residential and non-residential mill rates were included in the 2021 Town of St. Paul budget.
Community pasture fire started as a controlled burn

Community pasture fire started as a controlled burn

ST. PAUL - A controlled burn at the community grazing pasture southeast of Lac Bellevue quickly became an out of control fire over an estimated 16 quarters of Crown land April 16.