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Scott Hayes

Scott Hayes

Scott Hayes joined the St. Albert Gazette in 2008. Scott writes about the arts, entertainment, movies, culture, community groups, and charities. He also writes general news, features, columns and profiles on people.

Recent Work by Scott

At 77 years of age, near-neighbours come full circle

At 77 years of age, near-neighbours come full circle

Two fine gents who met in passing over the summer turned out to have one incredible connection.
At 77 years of age, near-neighbours come full circle

At 77 years of age, near-neighbours come full circle

Two fine gents who met in passing over the summer turned out to have one incredible connection.
The reopening of the Stanley Milner branch: don't judge a library by its cover

The reopening of the Stanley Milner branch: don't judge a library by its cover

The long-awaited Stanley Milner branch of the Edmonton Public Library reopened Thursday.
Art teachers, constant collaborators

Art teachers, constant collaborators

High school art teachers Colleen Hewitt and Teresa Wallsten are frequent collaborators across school divisions and not just during the pandemic.
SAIF seeing more sexual assault reports

SAIF seeing more sexual assault reports

Sexual assaults have increased during the pandemic, a result of the combination of people being physically isolated with their abusive partners combined with not having the same freedom to call in to the police or other agencies for help. As things started to open up again, those calls started to come in and they haven't stopped.
Food drive more important than ever

Food drive more important than ever

The annual fall Food Drive for the St. Albert Food Bank takes place on Saturday, Sept. 19.
A laptop in every child's hands

A laptop in every child's hands

Tech for the Kids aims to put a laptop in every kid's hands by taking people's old, unwanted tech, wiping it clean, and handing it out to those who need it.
St. Albert Rotaract on deck

St. Albert Rotaract on deck

There a new Rotary Club coming to town and it'll be youthful by design. The St. Albert Rotaract Club is having its charter meeting by Zoom next Thursday.
A laptop in every child's hands

A laptop in every child's hands

Tech for the Kids aims to put a laptop in every kid's hands by taking people's old, unwanted tech, wiping it clean, and handing it out to those who need it.
"Tremendous increase" in reports of elder abuse: SAIF

"Tremendous increase" in reports of elder abuse: SAIF

Elder abuse has increased perhaps by 50 per cent in this city and there are multiple complex factors causing that rise.