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Champion Petfoods have been named one of Alberta’s Top 70 Employers of 2017; the second year Champion has been recognized as a top employer in the province. Alberta's Top Employers is an editorial competition that recognizes Alberta-based employers that lead their industries in offering exceptional places to work.

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It's not uncommon to see a variety of new tools at Home Hardware / Bumper-to-Bumper. It's what one expects from their local hardware store/auto parts dealer. But a recent addition to the shop isn't for fixing bathroom taps or car engines - it's for fixing people engines.

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The government is reviewing Alberta's labour legislation and inviting Albertans to take part in the review. The current work on the legislation focuses on the Employment Standards Code and the Labour Relations Code, last revised significantly in 1988.

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The Alberta government took the occasion of International Women's Day to launch additional support for Alberta’s women entrepreneurs to expand and grow their businesses through the Community and Regional Economic Support (CARES) program.

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Albertans who register for the province's Residential No-Charge Energy Savings Program online at efficiencyalberta.ca – will be contacted starting in April for appointments for in-home installations of practical, no-charge efficiency products, the government announced Tuesday.

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The government says its new $1.7-million youth employment partnership will help as many as 350 young Albertans find work as well as prepare hundreds more to join the labour force.

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Champion Petfoods presented $37,000 to six community groups and initiatives FebChampion Petfoods presented $37,000 to six community groups and initiatives Feb. 23, part of its annual efforts to fund a variety of community activities.

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Council has received a report from Morinville’s Director of Planning and Development Greg Hofmann which outlines concept plan and development process for the area surrounding Town Hall including the Midstream Support Society Building and Perras Place, both of which are scheduled for future demolition. The report was lacking in details but mostly outlined that work is underway to determine the future of the large publicly-owned site including and surrounding St. Germain Place (Town Hall).

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Another unique store opened in downtown Morinville in February, joining Mercantile and Ron’s Collectibles in offering the community something a little different.

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Ontario, Saskatchewan and British Columbia are the points of call for three of five Rotary adventures taking place this spring. The Adventures in Technology program takes place in Saskatoon, the Adventure in Citizenship Program takes place in Ottawa, and the Adventures in Tourism takes place in Kelowna.