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Janice Huser

Janice Huser

Janice Huser has been with the St. Paul Journal since 2006. She is a graduate of the SAIT print media journalism program, is originally from St. Paul and has a passion for photography.

Recent Work by Janice

St. Paul Education added to list of school divisions that will not pilot new curriculum

St. Paul Education added to list of school divisions that will not pilot new curriculum

The K-6 draft curriculum continues to be a topic of conversation, with St. Paul Education announcing today it would not pilot the curriculum next school year. Check out our website for more coverage of the draft curriculum, and vote in our weekly poll. Let us know what you think.
Francophone education representatives speak out against draft curriculum

Francophone education representatives speak out against draft curriculum

Francophone education representatives are among the many groups that have come forward, speaking out against the draft K-6 curriculum released by the Government of Alberta March 29.
First case of virus confirmed in March within francophone school division

First case of virus confirmed in March within francophone school division

St. Paul region dips below 10 active cases

St. Paul region dips below 10 active cases

The Lac La Biche region has four active cases of COVID-19, and the St. Paul region is now reporting nine cases.
Hospital foundation laying low during pandemic

Hospital foundation laying low during pandemic

The St. Paul & District Hospital Foundation is waiting out the pandemic, with very little fundraising taking place this year.
Province takes a step back in reopening, amid increase in COVID-19 cases

Province takes a step back in reopening, amid increase in COVID-19 cases

Restaurants, indoor fitness, retail affected by Tuesday's announcement.
County encourages residents to complete tasks to keep their homes fire safe

County encourages residents to complete tasks to keep their homes fire safe

Online Bingo game offers prices and tips for rural residentsĀ 
'We need to speak up'

'We need to speak up'

While area school divisions and teachers are taking their time to look at the draft K-6 curriculum that was released on March 29, there has already been much discussion around the contents of the curriculum, including an education rally held in St. Paul last Thursday.
OPINION: We are the most stressed Canadians

OPINION: We are the most stressed Canadians

A survey shows Albertans are the most stressed Canadians during the pandemic.
Busy season ahead for campgrounds

Busy season ahead for campgrounds

Municipal and provincial campground reservations appear to be busier than usual for 2021.