Sturgeon Public Schools will retain the word Public in its corporate name following a written request to Education Minister Adriana LaGrange. The province’s new Education Act, released last fall, required the removal of the word Public from School Division names.
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) February Business Barometer shows Alberta’s small business confidence up 2.6 points from January to improved slightly to an index of 39.6, still well below the national index of 60.5 points. CFIB considers an index between 65-70 an indication of a strong economy. […]
The Morinville Jets will need to sweep the remaining two games in a best-of-five series with the North Edmonton Red Wings if they are to move on to the Capital Junior Hockey League’s semi-finals playoff series. […]
The Alberta Emergency Service Medal (AESM), a Provincial Medal that honours personnel who are involved in supporting emergency prevention, preparedness and response, and recognizes good conduct for those with more than 12 years of service was presented to Morinville Community Peace Officer Sgt William Norton. […]
We continue to be committed to improving our skills over at Morinville Physical Therapy in order to better serve our patients. Dana Vinge has just completed a certification in nutrition coaching and is eager to begin helping interested individuals with their nutrition and health goals. […]
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) says nearly a quarter of businesses surveyed have been negatively impacted by ongoing rail blockades. Another 48 per cent expect they will feel the impacts soon. CFIB says the businesses affected report they have lost an average of $60,000 since the start of the blockades. […]
Although the Morinville Community Library is more than just books these days, the printed word is still its stock and trade. This week, the Library joins with libraries throughout the country in defending intellectual freedom and the right to curl up with a good book, no matter what ideas and concepts those books may contain. […]
The NDP claim is calling on the government to outline the true costs of their budget cuts to Alberta municipalities. The opposition party says Alberta families will pay more under the United Conservative government. Citing recently released data, the NDP says rural Alberta families could be on the hook for more than $1,000 over the next four years to pay for what they say is the UCP’s corporate tax giveaway. […]