Randy Boissonnault, Member of Parliament for Edmonton Centre and the Special Advisor to the Prime Minister on LGBTQ issues, was at Morinville Public School on Friday afternoon. Also joining him was his Mother Shirley and nephew Ethan Boissonnault.
Rebecca Balanko and Ben Holland made a donation to Morinville Public School as a tribute to their father. It is a buddy bench which serves as a blessing and benefit for all students.
The bench was officially brought outside during recess on Thursday morning to be used for the first time. The plaque on the bench reads "Forever and Always, In Loving Memory of Tom Holland Our Dad, Grandpa and Friend.”
Following up on efforts made by Public Works during Public Works Week (May 21-27), the Town of Morinville is continuing its Waste Diversion Plan by transitioning to compostable plates, cutlery, cups and napkins over the next while.
The Morinville RCMP is asking for the public's assistance in locating a missing 38-year-old male.
Dion Boucher was last seen in the Boyle Street area in Edmonton and may be operating a 2003 Acura EL Dark Blue 4 door car bearing AB licence plate # BXC1667.
With summer officially a week away, bikes are becoming a more common sight on Morinville roads and sidewalks. But not everyone can afford a new bike, which is where Roseridge Landfill has stepped in to lend a hand.
The Town of Morinville is holding an open house June 17 from 8 a.m. until noon, offering the community an opportunity to say farewell to the historic building prior to the Town re-purposing the property.
Author and journalist, Shari Narine, is kicking off her book tour at the Morinville Public Library (MPL) on June 19.
Narine’s book, Oil Change at Rath’s Garage (published by Thistledown Press) was released in May and briefly made it to the top of the Edmonton’s Best Seller List for fictional books.