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Anna Borowiecki

Anna Borowiecki

Anna Borowiecki joined the St. Albert Gazette in 2000. She reports on local people and events in the arts, entertainment and food industry. She also writes general news and features.

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aborowiecki@stalbert.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Anna

Passport To Summer 2022: Tick off these road-trip essentials before hitting the asphalt

Passport To Summer 2022: Tick off these road-trip essentials before hitting the asphalt

According to an Ipsos Reid poll, four out of 10 Canadians will get behind the wheel for a road trip this summer.
Mother-daughter duo create one-of-a-kind birdhouses

Mother-daughter duo create one-of-a-kind birdhouses

A Northern Alberta mother-daughter pair are making sustainable little homes for the birds from nature's scraps.
Smart-home features wave of the future

Smart-home features wave of the future

More homebuyers are interested in homes with built-in smart technology, and it’s expected to grow in popularity.
Keep pets safe from holiday hazards

Keep pets safe from holiday hazards

A home can be filled with hidden dangers to dogs and cats
Hearts for Seniors packs cheerful notes

Hearts for Seniors packs cheerful notes

Volunteers needed to sew, knit, or crochet hearts.
Justice Cheryl Arcand-Kootenay hopes to make a difference on Edmonton's Court of Queen's Bench

Justice Cheryl Arcand-Kootenay hopes to make a difference on Edmonton's Court of Queen's Bench

"I'm hoping that when people come into the courtroom and see an Indigenous judge, they don't feel like an outsider."
Indigenous duo nominated for 2021 Juno Award

Indigenous duo nominated for 2021 Juno Award

Lightning strikes twice for singer-songwriter Jason Burnstick.
Business owners still in the dark after Citadel Mews fire

Business owners still in the dark after Citadel Mews fire

"Security did not permit me to go in for safety reasons."
Can't travel? Escape lockdown boredom with streaming radio

Can't travel? Escape lockdown boredom with streaming radio

Sample an array of international tracks on The Global Groove on Edmonton's newest station: Big E Radio.
Children from Citadel daycare will miss seniors' visits

Children from Citadel daycare will miss seniors' visits

Many kids moved to centres in north Edmonton and away from the friendships with adopted 'Grandmas' and 'Grandpas' at the building destroyed by fire May 6.