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Hannah Lawson

Hannah Lawson

Hannah Lawson joined the St. Albert Gazette in 2019 after working as editor of the Athabasca Advocate. She writes about city hall.

Recent Work by Hannah

St. Albert photographer fostering community through Porch Project

St. Albert photographer fostering community through Porch Project

Local photographer raising money for charity through physical distancing photo project
St. Albert distillery shifts to crafting hand sanitizer

St. Albert distillery shifts to crafting hand sanitizer

Black Diamond Distillery working around the clock to fill corporate orders for essential oil hand sanitizer province-wide
Stop flushing sanitary wipes, St. Albert mayor says

Stop flushing sanitary wipes, St. Albert mayor says

While residents may not notice a backup on their immediate property, it could cause expensive backups somewhere down the line, said Mayor Cathy Heron.
Making fitness gains from home

Making fitness gains from home

Body weight exercise routines St. Albert trainers compiled that people can do from home
Making fitness gains from home

Making fitness gains from home

Body weight exercise routines St. Albert trainers compiled that people can do from home
Riverside homeowners 'stunned' by council U-turn on school site

Riverside homeowners 'stunned' by council U-turn on school site

Riverside residents react to council reversal on second school site in neighbourhood
Servicing of St. Albert's new rec lands could be expedited

Servicing of St. Albert's new rec lands could be expedited

As city defers some capital projects due to COVID-19, city council looks to get rec lands shovel ready for future stimulus packages
Second Albertan dies from COVID-19 as province confirms 57 new cases

Second Albertan dies from COVID-19 as province confirms 57 new cases

Second Albertan dies from COVID-19

Second Albertan dies from COVID-19

On Tuesday afternoon, Alberta Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Deena Hinshaw announced the death of a woman who lived in the McKenzie Towne Long Term Care. She said the woman appears to have contracted the virus by community transmission.
Morinville shelter still on track to open this spring despite COVID-19

Morinville shelter still on track to open this spring despite COVID-19

As studies show gender-based violence rises in the wake of major disasters, Jessica Martel Memorial Foundation is still available to help.