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Jennifer Henderson

Jennifer Henderson

Jennifer Henderson joined the St. Albert Gazette in 2016. She writes about municipal, provincial and federal politics; court and crime; general news and features.

Recent Work by Jennifer

Business community gets peek a federal candidates

Business community gets peek a federal candidates

Six candidates spoke at St. Albert and District Chamber of Commerce lunch on Wednesday.
Three reports this week of thieves targeting catalytic converters

Three reports this week of thieves targeting catalytic converters

There were 11 thefts in September and five thefts or attempted thefts so far in October.
Questions remain on driver training

Questions remain on driver training

Broncos families met with provincial minister to push for stricter driving regulations
Six candidates face off for votes

Six candidates face off for votes

Six candidates battled it out for votes in St. Albert just days before voters head to the polls to cast their votes. All six candidates came to the St. Albert and District Chamber of Commerce forum fat the St.
Advance voting up 29 per cent from 2015

Advance voting up 29 per cent from 2015

Some 4.7 million voters turned out to vote in the four day advance voting period
Parents frustrated with ticket after daughter struck by van

Parents frustrated with ticket after daughter struck by van

An eight-year-old girl struck by a car in Sept. 16 is recovering in the Glenrose
Man charged with mischief following lockdown at Legal School

Man charged with mischief following lockdown at Legal School

Man arrested after causing a disturbance in the Legal School.
Youth struck by minivan in Morinville crosswalk

Youth struck by minivan in Morinville crosswalk

Victim in hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries
Letter carrier and union rep running for NDP

Letter carrier and union rep running for NDP

Federal candidate for St. Albert-Edmonton is Kathleen Mpulubusi
'A huge step backwards'

'A huge step backwards'

Broncos families disappointed with government's decision to relax safety rules