The Morinville & District Chamber of Commerce held their annual awards ceremony Thursday evening with a sit-down dinner expertly catered by the Green Bean and served by Sorentinos, live entertainment with music throughout a variety of eras, and the Chamber’s annual Awards presentation. […]
Greater St. Albert Catholic Schools (GSACRD) held an open house Thursday to move a little further along with plans for St. Kateri Tekakwitha Academy, their new K-6 school to be built in the Westwinds Development off 100 Street in Morinville.
A Better Deal for Consumers and Businesses Act would better protect Albertans buying or repairing a vehicle by increasing the accountability and transparency of the automotive industry, the government announced Thursday. […]
Continuing the freeze on tuition and fees through the 2018-19 academic year will keep post-secondary education affordable and accessible for 250,000 full and part-time students and apprentices, the Government of Alberta said Thursday.
A glance at user policies suggests the U.S. president already violates many of The Twitter Rules that fall under “content boundaries” and “abusive behavior.” The verified account @realDonaldTrump is a veritable clearing house of threats, insults, lies, provocations, slurs, deceptions and wilful distractions. […]
It takes considerable power of personality to envelop 3,000 people in a conversation that feels like a family room chat. Michelle Obama, whose path has taken her from the public schools of the south side of Chicago to Ivy League schools and the White House, did just that – and effortlessly. […]