Inasmuch as the first task of a political leader should be to do his or her party no harm, Andrew Scheer’s maiden appearance on Tout le monde en parle – the first ever of a federal Conservative leader – was a success. […]
The Parable of the Lost Son from the Book of Luke takes a circus twist this week in Morinville Christian School’s (MCS) performance of The Prodigal Clown. The 44-minute play will be performed at Fable Gardens Hall at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. Friday, May 11.
Comedic plays have become a staple at Morinville Public School. The school first hit the stage in 2015 with 10 Ways to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse, returned in 2016 with Dystopia! The Hungry Maze Game of Divergent Death, and once again offered a comedy last year with The Internet is Distract–OH LOOK A KITTEN! […]
The Minister’s Youth Council holds its first meeting in September of each year and meets with the minister periodically to provide perspectives and insights to the minister on the shape of Alberta’s education system. […]
Justice should be blind. It should also not be opaque. In the case of the ousting of Saskatchewan MP Erin Weir from the NDP caucus on Thursday, neither of those fundamental principles was respected. […]
The Senate seems determined to slow the Liberal government’s timeline for marijuana legalization and Justin Trudeau seems just as determined to deliver his legalization on time – give or take a few weeks. […]
The Morinville Community Library received two awards last weekend at the Alberta Library Conference in Jasper. The library awards recognized excellence in library services for the library’s Indigenous Canada Learning Circle program held from January to March of this year.