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The first meeting of the Morinville Arena/Recreation Facility Project Steering Committee took place at the cultural centre Nov. 26 with 11 of the 12 community members appointed by Council in attendance.
With food bank use increasing in Canadian communities, and no more so than in Alberta, they can use all the help they can get in feeding the hungry. Morinville Food Bank Society member Ken Skjersven said they were seeing five new families a week since the job market started to drop.
A Christmas Carol St Albert and Area Retired Teachers Association (STARTA) member Peggy Bergmann played the role of Ebenezer Scrooge during a song performance. The...
Present at the Nov. 24 meeting was Mayor Lisa Holmes, Deputy Mayor Rob Ladouceur, and Councillors Barry Turner, Nicole Boutestein, Brennan Fitzgerald, Gord Putnam and Stephen Dafoe.
Councillor Stephen Dafoe took the opportunity during budget discussions Nov. 24 to get in a question to CFO Andrew Isbister about how much of the Town's $22 million debt limit the community would need to borrow to finance the rec centre project, budgeted at $13.75 million in the 2015 Budget.
Council has voted to postpone the second reading of the 2016 Operational Budget after much debate. The vote was nearly unanimous, with only Deputy Mayor Rob Ladouceur voting against the motion to delay Second Reading.
At their regular Nov. 24 meeting, Council voted unanimously to defer the decision on a series of changes to the Animal Control Bylaw until January. The topic will be brought to the December Committee of the Whole Meeting for further discussion ahead of that vote.
Our Hockey team is comprised of 19 males ranging in age from 15 to 17 years and [we] are from various communities in and around the Sturgeon County Area (Morinville/Legal/Gibbons/St.Albert/Boyle/Athabasca).