Can the federal NDP maintain a hard-won presence in Quebec and at the same time become more competitive in the rest of Canada? Or is its repository of Quebec votes little more than a poisoned chalice? […]
The Canadian Women’s National Wheelchair Basketball Team will take on the United States for first place at the 2017 Americas Cup. The women, which include Legal’s Arinn Young, advance to gold after finishing the preliminary round undefeated. […]
On August 23 and August 25, 2017 suspects entered a local business in the Town of Morinville to commit fraud by purchasing goods using an admin card. On August 23rd two male suspects were involved (see attached photograph), and on August 25th one male suspect was involved. […]
Morinville Baptist Church held their Vacation Bible School last week for ages 5 to 12. Children took part in stories, singing, crafts, games and other activities. The theme for this year was Over the Moat-Drawbridge to the King. […]
Canada’s Liberal government says it wants only minor changes to the North American Free Trade Agreement. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau talks of “modernizing” the 23-year-old pact while leaving the fundamentals intact. Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland has said her government’s aim in NAFTA renegotiation talks is to make “what is already a good deal even better.” […]
August 22 marked the one month anniversary of conservative unity in Alberta.
It has now been four weeks since members of our legacy parties voted overwhelmingly to create a principled, compassionate and united party, restoring the conservative coalition in our province for a new generation. […]
On August 25th, 2017 at approximately 9:45 am Morinville RCMP were notified of a break, enter, and theft of a residence in the Pinnacle Ridge Estates subdivision in Sturgeon County. The residence was just in the final stages of construction and close to being occupied by the home owners. Suspects forced entry into the home and once inside stole numerous video, audio, and household items totaling around $100,000.00 […]
“You will not be at an advantage if you choose to enter Canada irregularly. You must follow the rules and there are many.” – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau travelled on Wednesday to Montreal – ground zero of the intense media coverage of the asylum-seeking issue – to try to unknit some of his own knitting. […]
The Morinville RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the suspects in relation to a rash of Thefts from Motor Vehicles that occurred over the nights of August 20, 2017 and August 21, 2017. The reported thefts occurred in the areas of Grandin Drive, and the Lakes in Morinville. Based on the reported incidences the suspects entered unlocked motor vehicles and stole wallets, loose change, sunglasses, cigarettes, and vehicle documents.