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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

St. Paul RCMP provides tips to make it harder for criminals to break into your property

St. Paul RCMP provides tips to make it harder for criminals to break into your property

“It's unfortunate that we live in a day and age where we need to be asked to prevent ourselves from becoming a victim. But that's kind of the reality of today." - RCMP Sgt. Bobby Burgess
Feds to implement Clean Electricity Investment Tax Credit

Feds to implement Clean Electricity Investment Tax Credit

The federal government says this will provide “certainty” to investors by delivering both Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage investment tax credit and the Clean Technology investment tax credit.
St. Paul Canadiens 4-0 at the 2024 Central Canada Cup

St. Paul Canadiens 4-0 at the 2024 Central Canada Cup

Lakeland students heading to Ottawa for Canada-wide science fair

Lakeland students heading to Ottawa for Canada-wide science fair

Lakeland students with winning entries will fly to Ottawa for a nation-wide science fair in May 
Pride St. Paul hosts event to answer questions

Pride St. Paul hosts event to answer questions

On April 8, Pride St. Paul hosted a presentation and information session to discuss the gender and sexuality policies announced by Premier Danielle Smith in February.
St. Paul RCMP Operations NCO moving up the ranks

St. Paul RCMP Operations NCO moving up the ranks

A new RCMP detachment commander in St. Paul is expected to be coming in the next few months. And Sgt. Bobby Burgess, previously the Operations NCO for St. Paul Detachment, has officially accepted a position as a District Advisory NCO (DANCO).
St. Paul volunteer hopes to connect people

St. Paul volunteer hopes to connect people

Lynda Young volunteers for many community groups and events in St. Paul and in the region, hoping to help connect people. “The world is so big... that it is so easy to feel disconnected, isolated and alone,” says Young, but it doesn’t have to be that way. 
Over 50 mini-canvases displayed at St. Paul library

Over 50 mini-canvases displayed at St. Paul library

Artwork on display at the St. Paul Municipal Library's mini-art show is quite literally 'mini.'
St. Paul Education questions provincial proposal to allow candidates to declare political affiliation

St. Paul Education questions provincial proposal to allow candidates to declare political affiliation

During the April 10 St. Paul Education board meeting, trustees discussed a proposal from the Government Alberta that would allow those running for a school board trustee position to declare their political affiliation.
County of St. Paul continues support of St. Paul District 4-H Show & Sale

County of St. Paul continues support of St. Paul District 4-H Show & Sale

With the annual St. Paul District 4-H Show & Sale coming up in June, members of the Goodridge 4-H Club sought sponsorship from the County of St. Paul during a delegation at the April 9 council meeting. 
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