Canada 150 in the City of St. Albert celebrates local people that have made a difference in our City.
Mosaic Mural Team
Lewis Lavoie, Paul Lavoie and Phil Alain (The Mosaic Mural Team) have taken their Canada 150 project across our great country!
Lee Royer, St. Albert resident and Team Canada Junior Ice Dancer, speaks about life in St. Albert and representing Canada. His hopes are to help inspire other youths in our city.
Legion Branch 271
St. Albert Legion Branch 271 Veteran’s share their thoughts about Canada during this special year of Canada 150. Retired Capt. Bill Dickson, Retired Col. Bill Fletcher, Retired Sgt. Art Brochu and Retired Capt. Gord Carter.
Brian Bachynski, Publisher of the St. Albert Gazette
Brian Bachynski, Publisher of the St. Albert Gazette shares with us his thoughts about out city during this milestone year of Canada 150.
Tupelo Honey: Dan Davidson and Greg Williamson
St. Albert band, Tupelo Honey, talks about St. Albert’s community support through their musical careers.
Billie Jo Grant
Billie Jo Grant, a local Metis woman, shares her thoughts about Canada 150. “ I am Metis and it has taken me a long time to say that proudly.”
Mayor Nolan Crouse
St. Albert Mayor Nolan Crouse speaks about the significance of Canada 150 in the City of St. Albert. “St. Albert and Canada grew up together”.
St. Albert Resident, Husband, Father and 2010 Olympic Gold Medalist. Marc Kennedy talks about the crowd at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics starting to sing the Canadian National anthem. "It was so loud that they had to stop every game".
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Last edited: September 18, 2017