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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.

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jhuser@stpaul.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Janice

Staff shortages force bed closures at Northern Alberta health centre

Staff shortages force bed closures at Northern Alberta health centre

Closing beds will allow Cold Lake Healthcare Centre staff to “focus on providing quality care to our patients.”
Ground penetrating radar search set to take place in August at Blue Quills university site

Ground penetrating radar search set to take place in August at Blue Quills university site

A team of researchers and graduate students from the University of Alberta will be conducting a search for unmarked graves at the UnBQ site, which was once a residential school. Results from the search will not be available for several months.
Salt plant set to close permanently as of August 1

Salt plant set to close permanently as of August 1

After more than 70 years, a salt plant in Northern Alberta is shutting down and the future of the nearby 'plant town' of about a dozen homes is unknown.
Lawyers give closing arguments, jury begins deliberations

Lawyers give closing arguments, jury begins deliberations

Jury deliberating in double murder case after Crown and defence argue whether father and son charged with second-degree murder acted in self-defence.
Fawn Wood and Brett Kissel win big at Junos

Fawn Wood and Brett Kissel win big at Junos

For Northern Alberta singer, Fawn Wood, attending her first Juno Awards event was nothing short of surreal.
Investigation work moves ahead at former Blue Quills Sacred Heart site

Investigation work moves ahead at former Blue Quills Sacred Heart site

Records point to at least 212 students dying at a residential school that operated from 1898-1931 in Saddle Lake, in Northern Alberta, according to those leading an investigation.
ASIRT releases findings on July 2018 police shooting of Frog Lake man

ASIRT releases findings on July 2018 police shooting of Frog Lake man

An ASIRT report concluded police were preserving their lives when they shot and killed a man who shot at them with a rifle out of the window of home in Northern Alberta.
Four marathons, 176,000 steps and thousands of dollars raised

Four marathons, 176,000 steps and thousands of dollars raised

An Alberta man ran four marathons in less than two days, and has so far raised $5,800 for the Red Cross to support relief efforts in Ukraine.
Ultra marathon runner ready to run 168.8 km to raise funds for Ukraine

Ultra marathon runner ready to run 168.8 km to raise funds for Ukraine

An Alberta long distance runner is going to take on whatever mother nature throws at him this weekend to raise funds for the Red Cross to support their efforts in Ukraine.
Province announces staggered implementation of new K-6 curriculum

Province announces staggered implementation of new K-6 curriculum

Alberta students will be learning some of the new K-6 curriculum this fall, Education Minister announces, drawing criticism from the Alberta Teachers' Association president.