The month of April kicks off with two children's shows at the Morinville Community Cultural Centre. But the back-to-back shows are not the only double-header about the performances. The Town of Morinville is offering families a two-for-one deal on the tickets.
Canada's Federal Minister of Transport, Marc Garneau, imposed new rules that will affect recreational drone pilots in Canada. The new regulations, which came into effect immediately when announced two weeks ago, put strict limitations on people using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) near airports, buildings, and people.
Georges H. Primeau middle school kicked off spring break Thursday afternoon with the school’s annual talent show, an impressive display of a variety of talent, including singing, dancing, martial arts, art, and theatre skills.
Champion Petfoods have been named one of Alberta’s Top 70 Employers of 2017; the second year Champion has been recognized as a top employer in the province.
Alberta's Top Employers is an editorial competition that recognizes Alberta-based employers that lead their industries in offering exceptional places to work.
Morinville Fire Chief Brad Boddez and Training Officer Captain Jake Anderson loaded up some of the department's old bunker gear and helmets Mar. 22. The gear is headed out of the country as part of Firefighter Aid for Ukraine (FAU).
It's not uncommon to see a variety of new tools at Home Hardware / Bumper-to-Bumper. It's what one expects from their local hardware store/auto parts dealer. But a recent addition to the shop isn't for fixing bathroom taps or car engines - it's for fixing people engines.
The bleachers were full for four straight days at the Ray McDonald Sports Center for the Hockey Alberta Atom AA Provincials. Nine teams joined the host Sturgeon Hockey Club Mustangs. Pool A included Sturgeon, Cold Lake, Olds, Sylvan Lake, and SWZ. Pool B included St. Albert, Chestermere, Strathcona, Okotoks, and Glen Lake. The games took place in Legal as well as Morinville.
Town Council has a lot to discuss at their informal Committee of the Whole meeting Mar. 20.
In addition to two presentations, one on the Northern Alberta Baseball League and one from South Glens resident Warren Maskoske on potential lights at Cardiff Road and 100 Street, Council has five meaty topics to delve into.