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Jack Farrell

Jack Farrell

Jack Farrell joined the St. Albert Gazette in May, 2022. Jack mainly covers city hall, but also covers community events, business, provincial matters, and more.

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Alberta man facing 21 identity theft and fraud charges: RCMP

Alberta man facing 21 identity theft and fraud charges: RCMP

Mounties have laid 21 charges against a St. Albert resident who allegedly used stolen identity documents and bank cards to make off with about $30,000.
Legal battle brewing over Alberta gender identity, health care policies

Legal battle brewing over Alberta gender identity, health care policies

Government 'not on solid footing,” U of A law professor says
B.C. company fined $400K for unregulated Sturgeon County power plant

B.C. company fined $400K for unregulated Sturgeon County power plant

Green Block Mining Corp., is no longer allowed to do business in Alberta.
St. Albertan facing six charges related to re-VINed cars: RCMP

St. Albertan facing six charges related to re-VINed cars: RCMP

RCMP say they recovered two vehicles which that had been re-VINed.
'A shock grenade': Canada Research Chair on Alberta's new gender identity and healthcare policies

'A shock grenade': Canada Research Chair on Alberta's new gender identity and healthcare policies

“These announcements are a poison pill that will have devastating consequences not only on the lives of vulnerable transgender people, but on the entire 2SLGBTQI+ plus community,” said Dr. Kris Wells.
BREAKING: Alberta to require parental consent to change student pronouns at school

BREAKING: Alberta to require parental consent to change student pronouns at school

“However, in the handful of rare one or both of the parents reject or become abusive to a child who identifies as transgender, we have child protection laws that will be strictly enforced,” Smith says.
St. Albert RCMP charge Edmonton police officer with sexual assault and failure to comply last year

St. Albert RCMP charge Edmonton police officer with sexual assault and failure to comply last year

A constable with the Edmonton Police Service is heading to trial in December after he was arrested and charged by St. Albert RCMP for sexual assault last March, CBC Edmonton reported today . RCMP spokesperson Cpl.
Cash-strapped Canadians eye budget help

Cash-strapped Canadians eye budget help

Financial apps, advisors in focus as poll finds majority aim to cut costs in 2024
Alberta lawyer disbarred nearly six years after killing teen while drunk driving

Alberta lawyer disbarred nearly six years after killing teen while drunk driving

A former St. Albert resident who had previously worked as a corporate lawyer in Edmonton has been formally disbarred by the Law Society of Alberta, nearly six years after he killed a teenaged girl in Edmonton while driving drunk.
St. Albert's Matt Murray earns first NHL shutout

St. Albert's Matt Murray earns first NHL shutout

Former Raiders goalie backstops Dallas Stars to win over Wild
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