The Jessica Martel Memorial Foundation (JMMF) is partnering with the Ignore no More movement to help keep the memory of Jessica Martel, a Morinville resident whose life was tragically cut short by family violence in 2009 and to raise funds for the shelter that carries her name.
The Nurse Practitioners Association of Alberta (NPAA) is pleased with the provincial government’s recent amendments to the Operations and General Regulations of the Nursing Homecare Act (NHA). Nurse practitioners (NPs) have been given the ability to work as the primary care providers in nursing homes, assessing residents, prescribing medication as well as offering follow-up care and are working to ensure they changes remain permanent.
Alberta reported another 70 cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, bringing the total provincial cases to date to 5963. Of that number, 3552 (59.5%) Albertans have recovered, and 112 (1.8%) have died, six of those deaths in the last 24 hours. […]
Administrative staff, teachers, and support staff from Morinville Community High School joined together to create a video to the song Brave by Sara Bareilles, sharing it with students and their families Tuesday. […]
Sturgeon County Council has decided to transition its role on the Regional Transit Services Commission (RTSC) to an advisory membership, effective immediately. That decision, the County says, will let the County weigh-in on key issues without a formalized voting or financial requirement. […]
The Town of Morinville’s Family & Community Support Services Department and Boston Pizza are encouraging residents to take part in a new photo contest that gets them out into the community while remaining at an appropriate physical distance.
The Government of Alberta says a $4.5-million investment in new virus detecting equipment and technology will help strengthen Alberta’s COVID-19 response by increasing testing capacity from 7,000 to 16,000 tests per day. […]
Alberta reported another 54 cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, bringing the total provincial cases to date to 5893. Of that number, 3219 (54.6%) Albertans have recovered, and 106 (1.7%) have died, two of those deaths in the last 24 hours. […]
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced more than $252 million to support farmers, food businesses, and food processors Tuesday morning as well as measures within agriculture programs to allow an additional $200 million in borrowing capacity for the sector.
Home visits by RCMP Community Engagement and Outreach Specialist Jennifer Kee have become difficult due to COVID-19; however, virtual visits are allowing the RCMP to help Albertans with the Project Lock-Up initiative. […]
This interview, with 97-year-old Sister Alice Trottier, author of the book Faith and Tenacity, looks at her time growing up in Morinville, studying to be a nun, teaching school in the area, and the researching and writing of her book on Morinville’s first 100 years.