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Mario Cabradilla

Mario Cabradilla

Mario Cabradilla graduated from the Digital Communications and Media program at Lethbridge College. He joined the St. Paul Journal in July 2022 following his internship at Lethbridge News Now. Mario has a special interest in writing long-form feature stories.

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Recent Work by Mario

St. Paul RCMP officer charged with child exploitation denied release

St. Paul RCMP officer charged with child exploitation denied release

Alberta RCMP charged with child porn, luring offences denied bail
Celebration of healing held for residential school survivors

Celebration of healing held for residential school survivors

On June 21, a Saddle Lake family held a memorial celebration of healing for survivors of Indian residential schools.
Alberta brain Injury survivor finds new purpose through art

Alberta brain Injury survivor finds new purpose through art

It was Dec. 21, 2017. Cynthia Carson just returned to work after a year-long maternity leave, when her memory cut out like a poorly edited film - right after she got up from her desk. One moment, she stood with some purpose in mind, and the next? Darkness. 
Two Albertans talk about living with a traumatic brain injury

Two Albertans talk about living with a traumatic brain injury

Two Northern Alberta residents share their experiences living with a traumatic brain injury.
Northern Alberta Sony-signed singer shoots music video in Saddle Lake

Northern Alberta Sony-signed singer shoots music video in Saddle Lake

Tia Wood recently filmed a music video in her hometown at Saddle Lake. The video is for her debut single with Sony Music called “Dirt Roads,” a song about longing for home.
Ecojustice wants environmental assessment on Northern Alberta carbon capture project

Ecojustice wants environmental assessment on Northern Alberta carbon capture project

Ecojustice says that an EIA is essential to the project as a whole than in segments – called project splitting – because it would consider all impacts of the project together.
Firefighters revive pet cat in Northern Alberta apartment fire

Firefighters revive pet cat in Northern Alberta apartment fire

Gravely ill cat affected by smoke given oxygen by firefighters in St. Paul Alberta
Groundfire in County of St. Paul contained as crews continue to work

Groundfire in County of St. Paul contained as crews continue to work

Twenty four Alberta Forestry wildland firefighters are helping to fight a wildfire that is burning above and below ground in the County of St. Paul.
About 65 people evacuated at Whitefish Lake First Nation due to uncontrolled fire

About 65 people evacuated at Whitefish Lake First Nation due to uncontrolled fire

Emergency services are currently on scene of an uncontrolled fire in the community of Whitefish Lake First Nation and are evacuating people.
Family Resource Networks funding in Alberta increasing by $6.6 million

Family Resource Networks funding in Alberta increasing by $6.6 million

The Government of Alberta will increase funding to Family Resource Networks (FRN) by $6.6 million over two years.
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