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Ashley Enns (Desa School of Karate Cardiff - Blue) and Katie Gilmour (Rooke School of Karate Morinville - Red) compete at the Spirit of...

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On Thursday afternoon a reception and ribbon cutting ceremony took place at the Community Office of the Meadows of Morinville, located north of the cemetery on 100 Street.

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The Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission (AGLC) is assisting with the recall of a specific batch of Bombay Sapphire London Dry Gin in the 1.14 litre (L) bottles. The recall is due to incorrect alcohol content posted on the label.

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Champion Petfoods announced Monday they have been named one of Canada’s Top 100 Small & Medium Employers of 2017 for the second consecutive tear.

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Above: Betty Fraser, Carla Lamontagne, and Rachel Fraser stand at the counter ready to serve customers. - Stephen Dafoe Photo by Stephen Dafoe While there have...

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The Morinville & District Chamber of Commerce hosted their 15th Annual Trade Show over the weekend. The annual business and community group showcase honoured the Chamber’s 70th anniversary this year with a slightly smaller show and a new facility layout.

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Greater St. Albert Catholic Schools announced Monday it had received the 2017 Gallup Great Workplace Award, an award that recognizes organizations for their "extraordinary ability to create engaged workplace cultures that drive business outcomes."

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Fort Saskatchewan resident Mark Plamondon will take over as the Alberta’s Industrial Heartland Association's (AIHA) executive director May 1. The association says as it grows "into a global leader in energy processing," AIHA's new executive director will guide the activities of the municipal partnership.

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Governments use home improvement rebates as an incentive for people to upgrade their old appliances or home equipment for new and more energy-efficient products. The Alberta government, for example, introduced a program last week that offers up to $3,500 back to those who replace their attic insulation, windows, or who invest in tankless water heaters.

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The Town of Morinville may be getting a high-tech upgrade to its network infrastructure following a presentation to council from Axia, an Albertan rural Internet service provider. The company develops fibre infrastructure in small communities across the province. Fibre is a relatively new technology that transmits data though light, rather than using electricity through coper wire, as phone, internet, and television has been commonly transmitted for decades. In general, fibre is much faster than copper lines, and more reliable in speed and service.