The Healing Garden in St. Albert

 WORKING TOGETHER TO EDUCATE AND REMEMBER.  The Musée Héritage Museum has been working alongside the United Church and City staff planning a place to remember the children that were taken from their families and placed residential schools. There were two residential schools in the region, the Youville Home on Mission Hill and the Edmonton Industrial […]


June 21, 2015 food truck event at the St. Albert Grain Elevator park

On Sunday June 21, 2015 the St. Albert Grain Elevator Historic site hosted eleven local food trucks and more than 3000 people!   Father’s Day, National Aboriginal Day and the longest day of the year were all celebrated as our visitors enjoyed sunshine and a variety of food choices. A lot of four legged family […]


More summer student introductions-Meet Jia Jia!

Hello! My name is Jia Jia. I’m the Project Archivist this summer at the Musée Héritage Museum in St. Albert.  My job is partially funded by the Federal Young Canada Works grant program which assists students to gain work experience, related to their degree programs, during the summer months.  I’m currently working towards my Master […]


Father Lacombe Chapel Provincial Historic Site 2015

An invitation and introductions from the 2015 summer interpretive staff of the Father Lacombe Chapel in St. Albert, Alberta, Canada…We are looking forward to another great season at the Father Lacombe Chapel and invite you to drop in and see us this summer for a tour or on one of our special event days! Meet our summer staff […]


Introducing the St. Albert Grain Elevator site summer staff!

The St. Albert Grain Elevator Park (SAGE) heritage site opened on the Victoria Day long weekend in May.  We hope you will drop by this summer season to check out some of the coolest buildings in all of St. Albert!  Each week, the site will be open to the public from Wednesday to Sunday, and […]