Donald Trump says too many NATO countries, including Canada, don’t pay their fair share of defence costs. The U.S. president is right about that. But the real question facing the 29-member alliance is far more fundamental. […]
Greater St. Albert Catholic Schools Superintendent David Keohane was named the Canadian Superintendent of the Year at the Canadian Association of School System Administrators (CASSA) Annual Conference in Ottawa July 4. He was one of four nominees from across the country. […]
Morinville resident Dean Vansevenandt and Edmonton-based partner Terry Robertson make up Alberta Gold, a fishing duo currently in third place in a Canadian Fishing Network (CFN) contest that will see the fishing team hit Ontario lakes in hopes of moving up the ranks and making it to CFN’s Season 2 broadcast. […]
Members of the Rotary Club of Morinville, guests, and family and friends gathered at the MCCC on Wednesday night to celebrate President Alanna Hnatiw’s year at the helm of the service club and to welcome the new President. […]
In 2016, Sturgeon Victim Services provided some numbers in a presentation on crime statistics. Within the report were high numbers on theft and fraud, family violence and domestic abuse. During a subsequent Sturgeon Rural Crime Watch meeting, an RCMP member reinforced the number of abuse cases in the area. […]
Alberta’s Culture and Tourism Minister Ricardo Miranda unveiled details of a new Anti-Racism Community Grant Program on Tuesday. The government says the $2 million in grants will help communities combat racial discrimination, develop acceptance and promote diversity and inclusion.
Like his father, Pierre, Justin Trudeau is an internationalist. Pierre Trudeau found the nationalism of his native Quebec narrow and confining. And he was never entirely comfortable with the economic nationalists in his own Liberal Party.
Those repeated expressions of communal bereavement prompted a group of scientists in the U.S. to explore whether the impact of police shootings was crossing the line from being upsetting to something deeper.
St. Albert RCMP are advising the public of an investigation of an indecent act which is alleged to have taken place on June 29, 2018 in the Giroux Crossing area. Investigators are asking for public assistance to identify the suspect.