Chief Opposition Whip Mark Strahl named a new Conservative member to the Standing Committee on Industry, Science, and Technology. Sturgeon River-Parkland MP Dane Lloyd will join Conservative MPs Maxime Bernier and Matt Jeneroux on the Committee. […]
On Tuesday, Council Chambers was the venue for the Budget Open House & Public Consultation. The afternoon presentations from administration were also open to the public; however, less than 10 attended. For those unable to attend, the event was live streamed.
Canada has ceded ground in the ongoing North American Free Trade Agreement talks. It has not ceded enough to satisfy U.S. President Donald Trump.
If the federal Liberal government wants to keep a free-trade relationship with Washington, it will have to accept one that – in most cases – is markedly worse than the current NAFTA.
(NC) This popular dish gets its signature red colour from cooking the pork in a sweet-and-savoury sauce made with caramelized sugar and soy sauce. In Chinese culture, red, the colour of fire, is a symbol of good fortune and joy; red-coloured foods are eaten for good luck. […]
The federal government’s planned postal reforms are vague and, in themselves, unsatisfying.
But they keep Canada Post’s home mail delivery service alive and, if properly addressed, could provide the basis for a system that works. […]
The Morinville Art Club held their Annual General Meeting Jan. 24 and have elected Rozanna McConnell as club president, Mona Bouchard as vice president, Iris Duchscher as secretary, and Jeannine Chalifoux as treasurer.
Greater St. Albert Catholic Schools announced the appointment of Clint Moroziuk as Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources and Administrative Support Services. Moroziuk is a Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) who the Division says brings 21 years of experience in education as a Teacher, Assistant Principal, Principal, and Human Resources Director with Elk Island Catholic Schools. […]