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Tag Archives: St. Paul

St. Paul Education Assistant Superintendent Appointments

The Board of Trustees and administration are pleased to announce the appointment of two Assistant Superintendents, Karol Cabaj- Martin and Keith Gamblin, commencing September 1, 2021.   Given the retirement of the current Assistant Superintendent in late 2021 and the anticipated retirement of the current Superintendent, hiring two Assistant Superintendents …

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Fire response fees to be discussed at Public Works

The County of St. Paul intends to discuss fees for fire calls at an upcoming Public Works meeting after reviewing the charges for two separate fires during the April 13 regular council meeting. Council is frequently asked to reduce the fees charged to property owners after the fire department is …

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Wheel Fit bows to pressure from AHS

One local fitness club has closed and another has pivoted to outdoor classes following an announcement last week that they would stay open in defiance of health restrictions announced by the province April 6. Wheel Fit Co. is an indoor cycling club with franchise locations in Cold Lake, Bonnyville, and …

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NHL alumni to play in St. Paul

The St. Paul Junior Canadiens Alumni Foundation made big strides this year despite the pandemic and hope to see that momentum continue through increased participation by alumni and increased support of the local hockey club. Opportunities for that participation are coming in the form of hockey games against Montreal Canadiens …

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Centrefield Music Festival postponed to 2022

St. Paul’s annual Centrefield Music Festival is on hold for another year thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. In a release April 15, organizer Keynon Ternovoy said that because of the current health restrictions and crowd-gathering protocols in place in Alberta, the fifth anniversary of the festival would need to wait …

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St. Paul Chamber welcomes new executive director

Diane Ellis is taking over as the executive director of the St. Paul and District Chamber of Commerce, following the departure of Linda Sallstrom for the STEP (St. Paul Elk Point) Economic Development Alliance. Ellis is coming out of retirement for the position. While she’s already started at the Chamber, …

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Ropers ready for St. Paul High School Rodeo

More details have been released about how the upcoming St. Paul High School Rodeo will be managed in light of COVID-19 restrictions. The Alberta High School Rodeo Association was granted an exemption for their events several weeks ago. According to St. Paul Ag Society President Doug Drolet, they plan to …

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Local fitness club plans to open despite restrictions

The owner of at least one local fitness centre plans to stay open despite yesterday’s announcement of renewed COVID-19 restrictions by Alberta Premier Jason Kenney. As of 11:59 p.m. April 6, indoor adult fitness activities are once again limited to one-on-one training, with no drop in activities, no unsupervised individual …

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