Grateful to Live in St. Albert: Seniors Classic Christmas Luncheon

Christmas is a wonderful time of year when friends and families come together to create special memories. Christmas is also a time when loneliness and need are more deeply felt. The difference between these two extremes is an outcome of many influences, but one thing is certain, living within a compassionate community gives hope and…

Grateful to Live in St. Albert – Remembering Paul Chalifoux

  On November 10, 2017, St. Albert said good-bye to an honoured servant of our fair community, Former Mayor Paul Chalifoux. Paul Chalifoux fostered a spirit of collaboration and faithfully served St. Albert with enthusiasm and dignity.  His legacy of building an inclusive community will continue to be felt in the years to come. Rest…

Thank you, St. Albert

Thank you, St. Albert, for placing your trust in me and returning me to the office of Councillor for another 4-year term. The 2017 Campaign was pivotal in bringing our community together to seek positive outcomes for St. Albert, now and for future generations.  I appreciated the many comments that I received over the past…

Grateful to Live in St. Albert – Organic Recycling

Often, we do not recognize how progressive life is within St. Albert. We simply take for granted the basic services our city provides to keep our community operating efficiently. Over the years, these services have been embedded within our daily routines so it is easy not to give them a second thought. Our houses are…

Grateful to Live in St. Albert – St. Albert Public Library

  Today we found treasure! Where you might ask?  At the St. Albert Public Library! The library was a buzz of activity when my wife and I  visited this morning. People came with a purpose.  Many searched the meticulously organized bookshelves for recreational reading material and videos; others accessed internet facilities, or read local newspapers…

Grateful to Live in St. Albert – Celebrating Civic Volunteers

It was a spectacular St. Albert evening. The warm and inviting atmosphere along the banks of the Sturgeon River outside of City Hall added elegance and beauty to the evening festivities. As a community, we came together to celebrate the generous St. Albertans who volunteer to serve on civic boards and agencies. Members of the…

Grateful to Live in St. Albert – Remembering Len Bracko

Yesterday, St. Albert said good-bye to one of its true sons. Len Bracko, an honourable man, husband, uncle, great-uncle, politician, teacher and athlete was loved by many and revered by all.  He brought his best to whatever form of service he chose to support and executed his duties with dignity and grace. Len Bracko was…