While Europe tries to cope with a huge influx of refugees fleeing war in the Middle East, Canadians appear torn as to the direction the nation should take in the fight against the Islamic State and how to respond to refugees.
In 1967, the community of St. Paul was recognized as a centennial star as people rallied to celebrate the country’s 100th birthday. In a lead-up to the 150th anniversary in 2017, locals are now working to gather some of the history around the previous celebrations, and do some follow-up on centennial projects that have been mostly …
Last week, the provincial government continued to move forward with Bill 6, the Enhanced Protection for Farm and Ranch Workers Act, as it was introduced in the Alberta Legislature on Wednesday, but the bill did get mixed reactions.
The Town of St. Paul is seeking the golf course club's executive to pay from its personal resources, $36,900 to the town, based on what it describes as "blatantly false" representations of the club's finances.
The location for a proposed St. Paul BMX and Skatepark was discussed at the Nov. 9 town council meeting, with those spearheading the project putting forward their proposal that the concrete structure should be in Lagasse Park.
After responding to three calls in only six hours on Sunday, St. Paul Fire Chief Trevor Kotowich is reminding motorists that extra caution is needed on the roads now that the first snowfall of the season has arrived.
The board operating the St. Paul Golf Course is back in charge of the keys to its facility and is opening the doors this Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. for the public to come find out more about what is happening with the course.