The Morinville Food Bank will be 5900 pounds fuller with food after members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints came through in Morinville and area collecting non-perishable food donations to help restock the local food bank.
If you believe body language is the true indicator of relations between global leaders, there was much to analyze in an awkward moment between Justin Trudeau and Donald Trump at the United Nations this week. […]
(NC) We all try our best to eat healthy, but it’s always a good time to re-evaluate our meal plans and habits to make sure we’re getting all the nutrients we need. Looking for a nutrition boost? Consider eating more of these Canadian-grown staples. […]
Father’s House congregation member Debbie Froese has been a volunteer with Samaritan’s Purse for the past 25 years and will soon be making a trip to Costa Rica to distribute shoeboxes of gifts collected last Christmas for children.
Virtual reality, costume making, 3D printing, Photoshop training, a poetry workshop, recognizing volunteers and sponsors, and the Big Read are all part of Library Month at the Morinville Community Library this October.
Alberta Culture Days will hit Morinville Sept. 28 and 29 with several activities for families to take part in, including a read-a-thon, interpretive painting, dance classes, and museum activities. […]
It is an exciting time for Maurice and Beth Chevalier and their staff. The owners of Home Hardware and Bumper to Bumper are planning a significant expansion of their business this fall by moving Bumper to Bumper to the former Mercantile location, and following that with an extension of Home Hardware to fill the entire building both businesses currently share.
(NC) Succession planning is an issue that is top of mind for many farm owners. Often the plan is to hand over the reins to a younger family member. But when family is involved, there can be greater sensitivity amongst the participants and greater potential for differences of opinion. […]