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Mario Cabradilla

Mario Cabradilla

Mario Cabradilla graduated from the Digital Communications and Media program at Lethbridge College. He joined the St. Paul Journal in July 2022 following his internship at Lethbridge News Now. Mario has a special interest in writing long-form feature stories.

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Recent Work by Mario

Province to establish two new surveillance teams to address rural crime

Province to establish two new surveillance teams to address rural crime

The Government of Alberta is spending $4.3 million to establish two new plainclothes surveillance teams led by the Alberta Sheriffs to support police in northern and southern rural Alberta.
Town of St. Paul passes new water and sewer service bylaw

Town of St. Paul passes new water and sewer service bylaw

The Town of St. Paul passed the new water and sewer service bylaw during the regular council meeting on July 7. The changes will likely see the average homeowner paying more under the new rate program which comes into effect in 2025. 
Concerns expressed over revised map for proposed carbon capture project

Concerns expressed over revised map for proposed carbon capture project

Residents in the St. Paul region are expressing concerns regarding a new updated map of Pathways Alliance’s hub distribution line showing the pipeline’s close proximity to residential properties. 
St. Paul Regional FCSS hosts bereavement camp for youth

St. Paul Regional FCSS hosts bereavement camp for youth

Every year, there are about 200,000 children in Canada who experiences the death of someone in their extended family.
County of St. Paul declares Level 3 Fire Restriction

County of St. Paul declares Level 3 Fire Restriction

On July 16, the County of St. Paul declared a Level 3 Fire Ban due to ongoing heat waves.
Town of St. Paul holds open house on proposed off-leash dog park

Town of St. Paul holds open house on proposed off-leash dog park

On July 9, the Town of St. Paul held an open house at the Recreation Centre to identify the location of a proposed dog park. 
St. Paul Jr. B Canadiens set to host the 2025 Central Canada Cup

St. Paul Jr. B Canadiens set to host the 2025 Central Canada Cup

The Central Canada Cup is a Jr. B hockey tournament that pits top teams in the Jr. B. hockey leagues from across central Canada including Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, British Columbia, and Alberta. 
Provincial playdowns held in St. Paul

Provincial playdowns held in St. Paul

Promising growing season in the Lakeland

Promising growing season in the Lakeland

Early seeded crops, including forage crops like hay are thriving, while those seeded later are starting to bounce back. The cattle sector is also faring well, with high prices, decent pastures and good hay yields contributing to positive conditions for ranchers. 
Rifle tournament held in St. Paul a homage to the past

Rifle tournament held in St. Paul a homage to the past

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