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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

All the biz in one book

All the biz in one book

Many small businesses need more help hiring, managing and retaining better employees. Local author Lloyd Kenney wants to show you the book about it.
AYS: 5 days for the homeless ... from the comfort of your own home

AYS: 5 days for the homeless ... from the comfort of your own home

Also, there was a slow start to the St. Albert Firefighters' Fill the Boot effort but the fundraising is still on.
The mosaic in the mall that means so much

The mosaic in the mall that means so much

OutLoud collaborated with local mosaic artist Carol Donald to create the piece
Divorce now more about the kids with changes to federal act

Divorce now more about the kids with changes to federal act

A brand new day in Canadian divorce law, Legal Aid says
At Your Service: Tax time, now less taxing

At Your Service: Tax time, now less taxing

"Last year we had over 500 participants which was a true testament to how important it is when folks came in even though COVID-19 had thrown a bit of a monkey wrench into the process," explained food bank director Suzan Krecsy.
Portfolio: weekly art listings

Portfolio: weekly art listings

Jori Warren's Pocket Change won first place in the Federation of Canadian Artists' latest exhibit.
Midtown is Hype-town, Future-Town, Green-Town

Midtown is Hype-town, Future-Town, Green-Town

Midtown is just around the corner, though it took several years to get there. With sustainability as its driving principle, home builder Averton says that the longer a good thing takes, the better it will be and the longer it will last.
Chill out, Tim Caulfield says, nicely

Chill out, Tim Caulfield says, nicely

Don't worry, be well informed, says Tim Caulfield, in advance of his upcoming presentation on your health in the modern world and ultramodern decision-making.
Save the art, save the culture, stop the Nazis

Save the art, save the culture, stop the Nazis

The Last Vermeer beats The Monuments Men handily with its hands down, hands tied behind its back, and its eyes blindfolded. Need I say more?
It's The Croods 2, doods!

It's The Croods 2, doods!

Yes, I enjoyed the Croods, but don't tell anybody.