The Kings picked up their sixth consecutive win Saturday night, an 8-5 home-ice victory over the visiting Edson Ice. The win brings the Kings to 12-3-0 with three games left in the regular season.
The Town of Morinville announced Friday the Municipality would be moving to a full-time Fire Chief in early 2017.
Morinville Fire Chief Brad Boddez has served as a volunteer firefighter for 30 years, the past three-and-a-half as Morinville’s part-time Fire Chief.
A three-vehicle collision has sent four to hospital Saturday night.
At approximately 6:30 p.m. Morinville RCMP and Emergency Services responded to a serious three-vehicle collision on Highway 28 at the intersection of township Road 572 in Sturgeon County.
Women in Parliament played key roles on both sides of the aisle this year
From leading the official Opposition to playing the lead role on files central to the government’s agenda, women finally made their way to centre ice in the federal arena this year, scoring or assisting on big goals for their parties. […]
In one night, Council has unanimously approved the next stage required in the development of the Town’s newest elementary school. Bylaw 22/2016 creates Reserve Land for the school site, following multiple previous Council motions leading to this school site. Following this motion, the Town is one step closer to a new elementary school. […]
Council has made significant changes to how taxpayer dollars are distributed to community groups through a new Community Grant Policy. The motion passed 5-1, with only Councillor Nicole Boutestein voting against and Councillor Rob Ladouceur absent from the meeting. The primary change to this policy was transitioned to administrative control from council control, meaning administration will now be responsible for approving and dispensing all community group grants, providing reports to Council on their approvals in the regular CAO Reports. […]
Council has unanimously passed three new utility bylaws that will see a very slight increase to resident’s bills. Water, Utility, and Sewer rates were unchanged from last year’s rates, but waste pickup saw an increase of about $2 per month. […]
For the third consecutive year, Morinville’s Champion Petfoods has been named Alberta Exporter of the Year by Alberta Export Awards. The company also took home the top prize in the Consumer Products category. The Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters and JWN presented both awards.
Reading the 106-page report of the Task Force on Cannabis Legalization and Regulation, with its determinedly bland cover design and its epically drab title, “A Framework For the Legalization and Regulation of Cannabis in Canada,” it’s hard to shake the urge to blow off a little steam by sparking up a great big bowl of […]