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Janice Huser

Janice Huser

Janice Huser has been with the St. Paul Journal since 2006. She is a graduate of the SAIT print media journalism program, is originally from St. Paul and has a passion for photography.

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Recent Work by Janice

Council defeats second reading of bylaw for transitional housing rezoning

Council defeats second reading of bylaw for transitional housing rezoning

After two hours of speakers, most speaking against the proposed bylaw that would see a property located at 5130-45 Avenue rezoned from residential to Institutional, Town of St. Paul council defeated second reading of the bylaw, halting the rezoning.  
Canadiens take 2-0 lead in series against Border Chiefs

Canadiens take 2-0 lead in series against Border Chiefs

ST. PAUL - The St. Paul Canadiens have taken a 2-0 lead in the first series of NEAJBHL playoffs against the Onion Lake Border Chiefs. The Canadiens skated away with a 14-1 win on Saturday night, following their 6-0 win on Thursday night.
St. Paul area high school teams get medals at zone curling

St. Paul area high school teams get medals at zone curling

Students from across the Northeast Alberta Schools' Athletic Association (NEASAA) gathered in Lloydminster Feb. 12 and 13 to take part in this year's zone curling championship.
St. Paul Affordable Community Housing seeking support for next project

St. Paul Affordable Community Housing seeking support for next project

It’s been almost 20 years since the St. Paul Affordable Community Housing (SPACH) society did its first successful home build. The group was established in 2003 with the goal of facilitating home ownership for people in the community. 
Bonnyville Curling Club hosts men's and ladies' bonspiel

Bonnyville Curling Club hosts men's and ladies' bonspiel

This year's men's and ladies' bonspiel hosted by the Bonnyville Curling Club drew in 16 men's teams and nine ladies' teams to the rink.
St. Paul Canadiens finish regular season at the top of league

St. Paul Canadiens finish regular season at the top of league

The St. Paul Canadiens have made local history and finished the 2023-24 season in the number one spot of the North Eastern Alberta Junior B Hockey League (NEAJBHL).
Bonnyville, Cold Lake curling teams earn spots at zones

Bonnyville, Cold Lake curling teams earn spots at zones

District curling competition took place in Bonnyville earlier this month, with teams vying for spots at the Northeast Alberta School's Athletic Association (NEASAA), which is set to bring curlers from across the region this week.
Junior high curlers compete for SPAA banners in St. Paul

Junior high curlers compete for SPAA banners in St. Paul

This year, teams from Racette and FG Miller would claim the junior high curling banners.
Lakeland Yellowjackets set personal bests and shine at indoor track meets

Lakeland Yellowjackets set personal bests and shine at indoor track meets

The Bonnyville based Lakeland Yellowjackets track and field club is having a strong indoor season, with some athletes bringing home medals from the most recent competition held in Edmonton, Feb. 3 and 4.
Police respond to incident at Energy Centre Friday, mayor expresses concern

Police respond to incident at Energy Centre Friday, mayor expresses concern

“We are looking at ways of providing more security for patrons, but we’re struggling to keep up with this escalation of potential violence in our community," says Mayor Craig Copeland.
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