Government won’t reveal document laying out strategy for succession – or even say whether it’s being discussed
It’s the plan the federal government doesn’t want you to see and doesn’t want to talk about.
Though there is still a few weeks of summer left to enjoy, the Town is hoping people realize it’s that time of year when people start thinking about sending their kids back to school. Because it has been
a difficult year for many Morinville families, back-to-school supplies are often considered a luxury item on a limited budget. […]
The Government is following changes to door-to-door sales and pay day loan regulations by reaching out to Albertans through an online survey and open houses this fall on a variety of consumer topics, including contract-related issues, including warranties and cancellation rights, as well as shopping-related concerns including transparency in pricing and reward points. […]
Planning what the Morinville & District Chamber of Commerce is calling “the biggest gala ever” is no small task. The Chamber’s 70th-anniversary gala and awards night take place Oct. 26, and the business organization is looking for help to make it all happen. […]
In September of 1967, Elia Kazan’s novel The Arrangement was the New York Times bestseller. In fact, the novel was top of the charts from March until May and from July until September of that year.
New Democratic Party federal leadership candidate Jagmeet Singh is unorthodox in more ways than one.
So far, the newest entrant in the four-person race to replace Tom Mulcair has been deemed noteworthy for his style (natty) and his religion (Sikh). […]
A new scam involving personal email addresses has come to the attention of the RCMP. Stettler RCMP report that the recipient will receive an email that will appear to come directly from Interac advising of a refund owed back to the recipient and provide a deadline to receive the money. […]