Letters

Letters

Letters to the editor

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For the month of October, the Morinville RCMP and its law enforcement partners will be paying close attention to the use of seatbelts and child restraints for the motoring public.

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You, and anyone who has read my previous letters are quite aware of my personal feelings concerning your leadership skills. Unfortunately, recent assertions attributed to you on a number of issues have only served to confirm my opinion.

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As of January 1, 2017, the Town of Morinville will no longer issue letters of compliance on a fee for service basis.

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Norm and I have been residents of Sturgeon County for the past 12 years. And, now that we are living in the County we continue to support the Town of Morinville. For the previous 38 years, we were residents of Morinville. We supported the businesses, festivals, schools, church, sports and everything else that is of value to a small town.

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This week many of Alberta’s students will be returning to classes across the province to start the new school year. The Morinville RCMP would like to remind students, parents and drivers of a few safety tips which will make the return to school a safe one for everyone.

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Dear Editor: This is a warning for anyone who walks along the railroad tracks with their dogs to get to Heritage Lake, Please be...

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Editor: I had plans Saturday evening to get up on stage and thank the many Tragically Hip fans that joined us for the Morinville...

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I read your article on Avery MacAdam. He’s truly a trooper and will do very well in this world.

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The Edmonton and Area Land Trust (EALT) is pleased to welcome you to visit Boisvert’s GreenWoods, a local conservation site, approximately 13 kilometres north of Morinville. This beautiful 80-acre natural area is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including deer, moose, pileated woodpeckers and northern saw-whet owls. A short and easy to walk 1.5-km loop trail will take you past the dugout area and through the old poplar forest.

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If the police determine your ability to operate a vehicle has been impaired by alcohol or drugs, even if your Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) is below .08, you can be charged criminally with impaired driving.