The Alberta School Boards Association (ASBA) was clarifying its stance of supporting and continuing to support its members in developing policy, guidelines and processes supporting students, teachers, families and others related to sexual orientation and gender identity after a failed debate Monday.
Will the chickens come home to roost in Morinville?
That’s what Amy Taylor would like to see.
Taylor is hoping a new animal control bylaw being considered by Town Council will authorize Morinville residents to raise chickens in their backyards.
Morinville Chamber of Commerce President Simon Boersema was on hand at Council’s regular meeting to give an update on this year's progress with the Morinville Visitor Information Centre (VIC). The centre is in Perras Place, the small house directly east of Town Hall. The building serves as a guide for tourists and for new residents
Council unanimously approved First Reading of the 2016 Operating Budget Nov. 10. The budget sees a $968,350 deficit and predicts two more deficits for 2017 and 2018. At the same time, ratepayers could see a 3 per cent tax hike next spring.
Mayor Lisa Holmes has announced a new partnership with the Town and Sturgeon County on the Rec Centre project. Holmes announced at the Nov. 10 Council meeting the County will be purchasing a large plot of land directly east of the 77-acres the Town of Morinville purchased just east of East Boundary Road. As part of this purchase, the County will be working in cooperation with Morinville to install services to both lots.
Morinville residents gathered in the hundreds at the Royal Canadian Legion Wednesday morning to remember those who served and honour those who serve. Below is a video montage of photos from the parade and service.
Morinville’s Annual Lite Up the Nite Festival takes place Nov. 27 to 29, and the Morinville Community Cultural Centre will play host for three shows over two days that will help get families into the holiday season.
Morinville R.C.M.P are requesting the public's assistance in identifying a lone male that attempted to rob Guardian Drug Store.
On November 9, 2015, a 911 call was received at 2:45 p.m. with a report of a male entering Guardian Drugs
On the morning of Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2015, members of the Fort Saskatchewan RCMP detachment were dispatched to a rural property in Strathcona County when a woman called police to report that a man was attempting to steal a tractor. Confronted by the complainant’s husband, the man fled from the property.