St. Albert, Alberta

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; Southeast Bon Accord (Bon Accord, Alberta) South Morinville (Morinville, Alberta) St. Albert (St. Albert, Alberta) Edmonton Southwest Onoway (Onoway, Alberta) Northeast Legal (Legal, Alberta) East


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(provincial electoral district) St. Albert -PC (Progressive Conservative Association of Alberta)) Doug Horner (Spruce Grove-St. Albert-PC (Progressive Conservative Association of Alberta)) time_zone MST (Mountain Standard Time) (UTC-7) postal_code T8N (List of T Postal Codes of Canada) postal_code_type Postal code span area_code +1-780 (Area code 780) website


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subdivision_name1 Alberta subdivision_type2 Region (List of regions of Canada#Alberta) subdivision_name2 Edmonton Region (Edmonton Capital Region) subdivision_type3 Census division (List of census divisions of Alberta) subdivision_name3 11 (Division No. 11, Alberta) established_title Founded established_date 1861 established_title2 Incorporated 

leader_title Mayor leader_name Nolan Crouse leader_title1 Governing body leader_name1 St. Albert City Council leader_title2 Manager leader_name2 Patrick Draper leader_title3 MP (Members of the Canadian House of Commons) leader_name3 Brent Rathgeber (Edmonton—St. Albert-Ind (Independent (politician))) leader_title4 MLA (Legislative Assembly of Alberta) leader_name4 Stephen Khan ( St. Albert


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) before heading north again along '''St. Albert Trail''' as it exits Edmonton and passes northwest through St. Albert (St. Albert, Alberta). ''(Future extension of Ray Gibbon Drive in the northwest Edmonton region will bypass St. Albert from Anthony Henday Drive to Highway 2 north.)'' postscript Its exact words were undisclosed, but school officials described it as "a student's intention to shoot others, as well as possibly taking their own life

and 137 Avenue, east by Ray Gibbon Drive, southeast by Anthony Henday Drive (Highway 216), south by Yellowhead Trail (Highway 16 (Alberta Highway 16)), and west by 231 Street (Hillview Road). The City of St. Albert (St. Albert, Alberta) and Parkland County (Parkland County, Alberta) are located beyond 137 Avenue and 231 Street respectively. This does not include the Big Lake Estates subdivision at the northeast corner of Yellowhead Trail and 231 Street. ref name BigLakeASP>

St. Albert (St. Albert, Alberta) Edmonton (Edmonton, Alberta) Southeast Spruce Grove (Spruce Grove, Alberta) rural_municipalities Strathcona County (Strathcona County, Alberta) cities Edmonton, St. Albert (St. Albert, Alberta), Sherwood Park system On the northern section of Anthony Henday Drive, construction of the interim segment from Highway 16 in the west to 137 Avenue was partially completed as part of St. Albert (St. Albert, Alberta)'s Ray Gibbon


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residents and visitors, including lending materials such as books, CDs and DVDs, providing digital resources such as downloadable eBooks and eAudiobooks, databases and streaming products, providing services such as public computing and WiFi access and presenting learning opportunities such as children's storytimes, adult programs and educational sessions including technology training. Sports and recreation thumb right 250px RCAF jet mounted by Millenium Park (File:Millennium-Park-St-Albert-Alberta-Canada-01A.jpg) thumb right 250px Historic Alberta Wheat Pool (File:Grain Elevators St Albert Alberta Canada 02A.jpg) and an Alberta Grain Co. Elevator by the rail line in St. Albert, Alberta. Both saved from demolition and are now Provincial Historic Sites of Alberta. Now known as the St. Albert Grain Elevator Park birth_place St. Albert, Alberta, Canada birthname Jason Craig Thompson DATE OF BIRTH November 20, 1976 PLACE OF BIRTH St. Albert, Alberta, Canada DATE OF DEATH


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operates 17 schools and serves approximately 7600 students. In St. Albert, GSACRD's high school students attend ESSMY or St. Albert Catholic High School. Greater St. Albert Catholic Schools * St. Albert Public Schools #5565: Serving over 6000 students taught in a non-denominational setting. In St. Albert, St. Albert Public Schools' high school students attend Bellerose Composite High School or Paul Kane High School. '' Constitution Act


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gen_inf.html title General Information publisher St. Albert Further Education accessdate 2012-01-06 The STAR Literacy Program matches volunteer tutors with adults who wish to improve their reading and writing skills. Media There are two distributed newspapers published in St. Albert, the ''St. Albert Gazette'' and the "St. Albert Leader". In 2011 a previous newspaper in St. Albert, the ''Saint City News'', closed after 13 years of activity. birth_place St. Albert, Alberta, Canada birthname Jason Craig Thompson DATE OF BIRTH November 20, 1976 PLACE OF BIRTH St. Albert, Alberta, Canada DATE OF DEATH


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of the province is included in separate school jurisdictions and there are two Protestant Separate School Districts, in the City of St. Albert (St. Albert, Alberta) (St. Albert Protestant Separate School District) and in the Town of St. Paul (St. Paul, Alberta) (Glen Avon Protestant Separate School District). One anomaly of the system is that the town of Morinville, Alberta has only a public Catholic high school (part of the Greater St. Albert Catholic Regional Division), and no secular or Protestant high schools of any kind. http: www.theglobeandmail.com news national in-an-alberta-town-parents-fight-for-a-secular-education article1931158 http: www.edmontonjournal.com life Parents+want+secular+school 4393217 story.html Sports The Fort Saskatchewan Traders, of the Alberta Junior Hockey League, were long a part of the city. After the 2006-07 season, the team relocated to St. Albert (St. Albert, Alberta) and was renamed the St. Albert Steel. * Edmonton - CFBR (CFBR-FM), CFRN (CFRN (AM)) * St. Albert (St. Albert, Alberta) - CFMG (CFMG-FM) ETS provides service on buses and light-rail transit within the City of Edmonton limits, in addition to Fort Saskatchewan (Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta), Spruce Grove (Spruce Grove, Alberta), and the Edmonton Garrison at Namao. It also provides connections to suburban transit services operated by the City of St. Albert (St. Albert, Alberta) and Strathcona County (Strathcona County, Alberta). Another trial service to Beaumont (Beaumont, Alberta) in 2003-2004 was discontinued due to low ridership. Beginning in 2011, ETS will also provide service to Leduc (Leduc, Alberta). Long range LRT plans City council in the past has looked at creating long range transportation plans that include the LRT reaching St. Albert (St. Albert, Alberta) to the northwest, Lewis Estates (Potter Greens, Edmonton) in the west (with West Edmonton Mall en route), the Edmonton International Airport and Leduc (Leduc, Alberta) to the south, Mill Woods in the southeast, and Fort Saskatchewan to the northeast. Despite his good relations with the natives, Father Lacombe had, by 1861, been unsuccessful in persuading the Cree near Lac Ste. Anne to abandon their nomadic lifestyle. He therefore sought out a new mission site more suitable for agriculture, and in 1861 a settlement was established along the Sturgeon River (Sturgeon River (Alberta)) at Saint Albert (St. Albert, Alberta), Rupert's Land. The CNoR maintained other subsidiary companies, such as the Alberta Midland Railway (Vegreville, Alberta, to Drumheller, Alberta), the Canadian Northern Alberta Railway (CNoAR) (St. Albert, Alberta, to the Alberta–British Columbia border) and the Edmonton, Yukon, and Pacific Railway which ran from Strathcona, Alberta, to Edmonton, and later to Stony Plain, Alberta. In 1864, the Roman Catholic Church in Canada tasked Father Albert Lacombe with evangelizing the Plains Indians, which he had some success with. Several Alberta towns and regions were first settled by French missionary activity, such as St. Albert (St. Albert, Alberta), and St. Paul (St. Paul, Alberta). The Anglican Church of Canada and several other Protestant denominations also sent missions to the Natives. History The electoral district was formed when the province was first created and named Saint Albert. The district stretched from St. Albert (St. Albert, Alberta) all the way to the British Columbia border. The riding was renamed in 1909 and has shrunk many times since eventually becoming an urban riding contained to the city itself. Geography The riding (Riding (division)) includes the city of St. Albert (St. Albert, Alberta) and the neighbourhoods of Elsinore (Elsinore (Edmonton)), Baturyn (Baturyn (Edmonton)), Canossa (Canossa (Edmonton)), Lorelei (Lorelei (Edmonton)), Beaumaris (Beaumaris (Edmonton)), Dunluce, Oxford (Oxford (Edmonton)), Griesbach (Griesbach, Edmonton), Carlisle (Carlisle (Edmonton)), Caernarvon (Caernarvon (Edmonton)), Baranow, Cumberland (Cumberland (Edmonton)), The Palisades (The Palisades (Edmonton)), Pembina (Pembina (Edmonton)), Mooncrest Park, Wellington (Wellington (Edmonton)), Athlone (Athlone (Edmonton)), Kensington (Kensington (Edmonton)), Calder (Calder (Edmonton)), Rosslyn (Rosslyn (Edmonton)) and Lauderdale (Lauderdale (Edmonton)) in the City of Edmonton (Edmonton, Alberta). When the highway enters Edmonton, it becomes '''Gateway Boulevard''' (northbound; it is '''Calgary Trail''' in the opposite direction), then '''Whitemud Drive''' to the southwest part of the city. It then shares roadbeds with '''Anthony Henday Drive''' (Highway 216 (Alberta Highway 216)) and '''Yellowhead Trail''' (Highway 16 (Alberta provincial highway 16)) before heading north again along '''St. Albert Trail''' as it exits Edmonton and passes northwest through St. Albert (St. Albert, Alberta). ''(Future extension of Ray Gibbon Drive in the northwest Edmonton region will bypass St. Albert from Anthony Henday Drive to Highway 2 north.)'' postscript Its exact words were undisclosed, but school officials described it as "a student's intention to shoot others, as well as possibly taking their own life, on December 20." A district official responded, "at this point in time we're not planning to install metal detectors. We feel that we're taking the precautions by having a police presence." Extra staff members and local police officers patrolled the school's hallways for the week of December 17–21. Only days earlier, the words "December 18, 2007 Massacre (Wiktionary:massacre)" were found in a washroom at Paul Kane High School in St. Albert, Alberta. Officials at that school said "extraordinary security measures" were to be taken, but it was believed to be a hoax. It is unknown if the LCI incident was simply a copycat (copycat crimes) of the Paul Kane incident, but school officials in both cities requested that the perpetrators step forward; neither has done so. Both schools also made counseling staff available for any students who felt apprehensive about their safety. birth_place St. Albert, Alberta, Canada birthname Jason Craig Thompson DATE OF BIRTH November 20, 1976 PLACE OF BIRTH St. Albert, Alberta, Canada DATE OF DEATH


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Institute of Technology (Diploma in Radio & Television). Goh worked briefly as a waitress. Her father is Malaysian and her mother is French. Her whole family is employed in the Medical industry. Northeast Morinville (Morinville, Alberta) East St. Albert (St. Albert, Alberta) Edmonton Southeast (Spruce Grove, Alberta) '''Scott Pfeifer''' (born January 5, 1977 in St. Albert, Alberta) is a Canadian (Canada) curler from Sherwood Park who plays


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Institute of Technology (Diploma in Radio & Television). Goh worked briefly as a waitress. Her father is Malaysian and her mother is French. Her whole family is employed in the Medical industry. Northeast Morinville (Morinville, Alberta) East St. Albert (St. Albert, Alberta) Edmonton Southeast (Spruce Grove, Alberta) '''Scott Pfeifer''' (born January 5, 1977 in St. Albert, Alberta) is a Canadian (Canada) curler from Sherwood Park who plays

St. Albert, Alberta

'''St. Albert''' is a city in Alberta, Canada on the Sturgeon River (Sturgeon River (Alberta)) northwest of the City of Edmonton. It was originally settled as a Métis (Métis people (Canada)) community, and is now the second-largest city in the Edmonton Capital Region. St. Albert first received its town status in 1904 and was reached by the Canadian Northern Railway in 1906. Edmonton Bulletin, September 27, 1906.

Originally separated from Edmonton by several miles of farmland, the 1980s expansion of Edmonton's city limits placed St. Albert immediately adjacent to the larger city on St. Albert's south and east sides.

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