Column: Morinville Housing Report

Some of us thought spring was here, and some of us thought we’d never see another political party with a majority. Well, spring is here when it comes to the Town’s housing market, with less days on market, inventory is moving faster. […]


National Column: Orange wave crushes Tories

Voters in Alberta made history Tuesday night – and they sealed it with an exclamation point.

Rachel Notley and her New Democrats secured a majority victory in an election that was supposed to be a stroll in the park for a powerful Progressive Conservative dynasty that had all but swallowed up its opposition in the province.


Column: Notley and the Jack Layton playbook

Rachel Notley has parachuted behind enemy lines for a BLT with avocado and a side salad.

The Alberta NDP leader, a woman chasing history in next Tuesday’s provincial election, sits in a cafe next door to the Chevron Tower. She’s essentially down the hall from the Canadian Association of Petroleum Landmen and Petroleum Technology Alliance Canada. […]


Alberta’s PC dynasty fragile with Prentice

The barbarians are at the gate again – and this time the dynasty is having trouble with the drawbridge.

As the Alberta election campaign enters its final full week, the Progressive Conservative dynasty – the country’s longest ever – is being entrusted to the increasingly shaky grip of leader Jim Prentice. […]


Column: Joe Morinville

Read there was only 150 what turned up for the All-Candidates Forum the Chamber and the Rotary Club put on with the Teachers’ Unions. I did a little search on the last forum that was put on by this rag and seen there was “approximately 400” came out to that one in 2012. […]


Column: Ready—Set—Garden

Preparing your yard and garden now for the growing season ahead is not only smart but it also saves you time and money.

Doing a few projects now when there is time will prevent obstacles getting in your way when it’s time to get busy in the gardens. Here are a few things you can do now. […]