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…

Grateful to Live in St. Albert – Thank you St. Albert Gazette

“Action is needed on all fronts if we are to meet the needs for affordable housing for needy seniors. We can’t wait any longer to address this growing problem.” The Voice of the Editorial Board, St. Albert Gazette I would like to thank the St. Albert Gazette for stating on August 26, 2017, clearly and…

Grateful to Live in St. Albert – Rock’N August

What a weekend! Rock’N August in St. Albert is an event that you don’t want to miss! It’s a week of fun activities with street dances, free BBQs and other gatherings all culminating with a Saturday showcase of classic cars restored to their original glory. Rock’N August is just one of many events held in…

Grateful to Live in St. Albert – Celebrating Our Heritage

St. Albert has a rich history and one worthy of celebration and preservation. Since 1861, when Bishop Tache blessed the original mission site overlooking the Sturgeon River valley, St. Albert has grown into a vibrant community renowned for its ranking as one of the best cities in which to live in Canada. Just like any…