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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.

Email
jhuser@st.paul.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Janice

St. Paul Education commits $10,000 to address racism

St. Paul Education commits $10,000 to address racism

In response to a social media post that involved youth from the St. Paul area saying racial slurs, the board of trustees has approved an initial amount of $10,000 in order to provide resources to educate students and staff about a variety of topics, including racism and digital citizenship.
Geothermal energy growing in Alberta

Geothermal energy growing in Alberta

The use of geothermal energy is becoming more popular, including in the Lakeland.
GALLERY: St. Paul Canadiens U13-1 win on home ice

GALLERY: St. Paul Canadiens U13-1 win on home ice

ST. PAUL - The St. Paul Canadiens U13-1 team hosted a tournament in St. Paul over the weekend, with finals taking place on Sunday afternoon at the Clancy Richard Arena.
Preliminary talks to revitalize OTJ area could begin soon

Preliminary talks to revitalize OTJ area could begin soon

St. Paul Education administration has been directed to begin preliminary talks with the Town of St. Paul about revitalizing an area that was historically used for outdoor recreation.
Public reminded to stay away from open water on Upper Therien Lake

Public reminded to stay away from open water on Upper Therien Lake

Delineators have been set up near open water on Upper Therien Lake, toward the east side of Lagasse Park. The public is being reminded that the lake does not freeze in the area and residents need to be cautious.
New artwork proposed for main street in St. Paul

New artwork proposed for main street in St. Paul

A sculpture designed by local artist Eric Spoeth called 'Be the Light' could soon be installed on main street in St. Paul. The project would be funded by St. Paul's Champions for Change.
St. Paul Education works to clear up misconceptions around mask non-compliance

St. Paul Education works to clear up misconceptions around mask non-compliance

Superintendent Glen Brodziak said he received calls from parents concerned about a disruption in learning taking place due to the actions of others.
St. Paul Canadiens win battle for second place in NEAJBHL

St. Paul Canadiens win battle for second place in NEAJBHL

The St. Paul Canadiens beat the Killam Wheat King Saturday night, and moved up to second place in the NEAJBHL.
St. Paul fire crews battle house fire Monday afternoon

St. Paul fire crews battle house fire Monday afternoon

An investigation into the fire has yet to begin due to the structure being unsafe to enter.
Fire department responds to large number of false alarms

Fire department responds to large number of false alarms

St. Paul's Fire Chief is asking residents to ensure they take precautions to reduce the number of false alarms that happen. Repeated false alarms can have a financial cost to residents and business owners.