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Anna Borowiecki

Anna Borowiecki

Anna Borowiecki joined the St. Albert Gazette in 2000. She reports on local people and events in the arts, entertainment and food industry. She also writes general news and features.

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Recent Work by Anna

Record-breaking 2023 brings warm temperatures, plenty of smoke to Alberta

Record-breaking 2023 brings warm temperatures, plenty of smoke to Alberta

Alberta saw major warming trends, with El Niño predicted to introduce more in 2024
Canada's Drag Race Tour struts its way to Edmonton and Calgary

Canada's Drag Race Tour struts its way to Edmonton and Calgary

Tickets on sale for Feb. 25 Jubilee Auditorium show
Alberta singer wins Sirius XM competition

Alberta singer wins Sirius XM competition

Put her on your playlist!  St. Albert country songstress Hailey Benedict has won $25,000 in the Sirius XM Top of the Country competition.
Musée Heritage Museum curator takes a bow

Musée Heritage Museum curator takes a bow

Joanne White left her mark by promoting wider discussions of St. Albert culture and history
Musée Heritage Museum exhibit focuses on early transportation

Musée Heritage Museum exhibit focuses on early transportation

Perpetual Motion uses photos and artifacts to convey the region’s gradual expanding capabilities
Young St. Albert writer's first book carries important message

Young St. Albert writer's first book carries important message

Margaret Alexander, 7, penned Different Angel, a book bearing a message of acceptance and inclusion
Edmonton Jazz Fest introduces eclectic mix

Edmonton Jazz Fest introduces eclectic mix

St. Albert's Chandelle Rimmer teams up with Tom Van Seters for a gig at Bellamy Lounge on June 29
New book reveals triumph, tragedy of a Canadian racing dynasty

New book reveals triumph, tragedy of a Canadian racing dynasty

Author Curtis Stock recreates the lives of five New Brunswick brothers who vaulted to the top of the horse racing world
St. Albert Farmers' Market a sure sign of summer

St. Albert Farmers' Market a sure sign of summer

St. Albert Farmers' Market runs June 10 to Oct. 7 with increased vendors, food trucks, buskers, a bouncy castle and programs for children.
Comic Strippers uncover humour in the raw

Comic Strippers uncover humour in the raw

Four of Canada's best improvisors bare not quite all in their quest for laughs
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