Even though the seasons are changing and the weather is becoming colder, there is still a lot of foot-traffic on our provincial roadways. This October, Alberta RCMP plans to focus on pedestrian safety, ensuring both motorists and pedestrians are informed of how to share the road responsibly. […]
October 1 was International Day of Older Persons. In recognition of this day-the Town of Morinville and FCSS department connected with community businesses and local organizations to fill 80 Swag bags to be presented to individuals 55+ that have registered to receive one.
AGLC launched PlayAlberta.ca Oct. 1, a regulated, online gambling website Albertans over the age of 18 and pysically located in the province can take part in. The government says the site has a variety of virtual slots and table games at launch, and that more features will be added as time goes on. The gamng commission says the site integrates GameSense into the platform. […]
Blizzard lovers will have seven days next week to enjoy their ice cream treat while helping Morinville Dairy Queen raise some much-needed funds for Stollery Children’s Hospital to support children and families in need. […]
A new terminal providing additional rail capacity to Alberta’s Industrial Heartland has officially opened. Cando Rail Services announced Thursday the opening of Phase 1 of the Cando Sturgeon Terminal,located directly west of the CN Beamer Spur. The terminal, serviced by CN, can store up to 1,900 railcars in a loop-track system. […]
We hear councillors offer nice platitudes about understanding the hardships Albertans are going through, but actions speak louder than words. And the recent push for new tax powers shows that big city councillors and mayors are divorced from the reality facing Alberta.
In this week’s Book Bites segment, Public Services Librarian Alliah Krahn tells you about the new Cozy Corner Storytime Craft Kits. This week’s craft is making a dinosaur with some leaves. It’s a perfect craft for this time of year. […]
A new Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) report indicates 51 per cent of Canadian businesses expect to rely on an increase in digital communication in the next year, a continuation of the communications shift necessitated by COVID-19. […]