Morinville Community High School (MCHS) Biology 20 students gathered at Little Egg Creek May 28 to hear a presentation on riparian buffers and to help build one. NAIT brought more than 250 willows, dogwood, rosebushes, cranberry, poplar and currants, some of which were planted by students that day, others to be planted June 10. […]
More than 300 Morinvillians made their views known in the 2015 Communications Survey undertaken by the Town this spring.
The 14-question survey was launched Mar. 4 and residents had seven weeks to complete it, either online or in a printed version. The survey closed Apr. 22.
Jakob D’Aoust (left) with his dog Hopi and Korien Sampson doing the Purina Walk for Dog Guides on Saturday morning at the Fish & Game Association pond trail. The Purina Walk for Dog Guides is a national fundraising walk held in more than 200 communities across Canada. It raises funds to help train Dog Guides for Canadians with visual, hearing, medical or physical disabilities.
The Morinville Fish and Game Club (107 St. & 107 Ave.) trail will play host to four hours of trail activity Saturday. The Trail Day event takes place from noon until 4 p.m. June 6, and the Town is inviting families out to the free event that includes hot dogs, bike decorating, a trailblazer obstacle course, and the opportunity to create some trail mix at the trail bar. […]
The 21st Annual Tour de l’Alberta cycling event will take place Aug. 9, once again starting and finishing in Morinville.
Started by Don Peddie in 1994, the Edmonton Cycling and Touring Club organized and ran the annual cycle through Alberta’s French corridor until 2014. In that year, the Town of Morinville became a major partner in the event and are taking an active role in its organization again this year. […]
In the dying days of a third mandate, federal Finance Minister Joe Oliver is about to spend the last summer before the October election consulting the provinces on a public pension reform that all governments, including his own, dismissed as unworkable five years ago. […]
Five dollars was a small price to pay for 10 tips on how to survive the Zombie Apocalypse. But even audience members not swayed by the reality such an apocalypse is just around the corner undoubtedly got their money’s worth in entertainment value. […]
The SafeGrad concept has been around since 1990 successfully delivering results so graduates can enjoy themselves without parents having to worry. SafeGrad differs from other parties because it is concerned about the overall safety of the grads. The goal of SafeGrad is to ensure good memories are created while avoiding fights, injury, mishaps (or worse). The concept also allows non-alcohol consuming graduates to mingle enjoyably and safely with others who are of age to consume alcohol at the same function. This option may not be there with uncontrolled parties. […]
Sirens screamed through the streets behind Morinville Community High School (MCHS) Wednesday morning. Police, paramedics and firefighters arrived at the scene of a two-vehicle collision that claimed the life of one teenager, sent another to the hospital, and saw a third charged with impaired driving. Then everyone took off the theatrical makeup and went back to class. […]
We’ve been here before.
There was a time, in the not too distant past, when the NDP led the national polls, it appeared electoral revolution was at hand and the leader of the day, Ed Broadbent, was being spoken of as the next prime minister.
CN is planning a temporary road closure on 100 Street south of 95 Avenue in Morinville from 8 a.m. May 27 until 9 p.m. May 28. CN is closing the road to allow them to make upgrades to the CN Railway crossing.