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Rachel Narvey

Rachel Narvey

Rachel Narvey joined the St. Albert Gazette as a city hall reporter in 2021 after graduating from the University of Alberta with an MA in english and film studies.

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rnarvey@stalbert.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Rachel

Some former residents seek legal action a year after seniors' home fire

Some former residents seek legal action a year after seniors' home fire

In the wake of the devastating May 6, 2021, fire at Citadel Mews West seniors’ complex, former residents and their families are speaking out about substantial sums subtracted from their now-returned life leases.
Cold snap sees Central Alberta cat rescues under pressure

Cold snap sees Central Alberta cat rescues under pressure

Kitten found in St. Albert dumpster one of many abandoned or surrendered during the last few week.
No increase in traffic injuries following cannabis legalization, study shows

No increase in traffic injuries following cannabis legalization, study shows

The study reviewed Alberta and Ontario emergency department data.
Alberta Municipalities vote favours new tobacco levy

Alberta Municipalities vote favours new tobacco levy

The resolution was put forward by the City of Airdrie and seconded by St. Albert.
St. Albert council hears COVID-19 update following newly announced provincial health measures

St. Albert council hears COVID-19 update following newly announced provincial health measures

The meeting was originally called to discuss a municipal mask mandate. Hours before, Alberta’s premier announced, effective Sept. 4, masking will be mandatory in indoor public spaces province-wide.
University students campaign for stronger health measures

University students campaign for stronger health measures

After a period of quiet, three Albertan universities have adopted new face-mask and self-isolation requirements.
University students campaign for stronger health measures

University students campaign for stronger health measures

After a period of quiet, three Albertan universities have adopted new face-mask and self-isolation requirements.
St. Albert joins Airdrie in support of five-per-cent tobacco tax

St. Albert joins Airdrie in support of five-per-cent tobacco tax

Funds collected under the levy would be redirected to support programs and strategies to reduce and prevent tobacco use in Alberta.