For the past eight years, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Morinville area have been running a door to door food drive every September which is a main Food Drive for this area. […]
On September 23, 2020, at approximately 11:00 p.m., a St. Albert General Duty member was conducting patrols in the Century Casino parking lot and observed a Ford Explorer parked in an unlit area of the property with a male occupant in the driver’s seat. The RCMP member went to investigate and determined the vehicle was stolen. […]
Morinville RCMP were able, through investigation, to determine the suspects responsible for the vandalism to the cemetery. Due to the age of the suspects, however, they cannot be charged nor their names be released.
Greater St. Albert Catholic Schools announced Tuesday the appointment of Joseph Dumont as Assistant Superintendent of Human Resource Services. Dumont holds a Masters of Education from the University of Alberta, specializing in Educational Psychology, School Counselling, and a Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Alberta. […]
The Canada Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance (CECRA, which lowered commercial rent up to 75 per cent, comes to an end Sept. 30. This according to information n the Canadian Federation of Independent Business’ latest member survey. […]
At Council’s regular meeting Tuesday night, Mayor Barry Turner announced the Town’s new website, launched in 2019, has been named a MarCom Platinum winner in the 2019 digital media, government website category. […]
In this segment of It’s YOUR Business, we talk to Jodi from the Flower Stop in Morinville about a relatively new product line they are carrying. Fat Paint is a chalk paint that is used to make furniture craftwork easy. […]