Local News

Council gives first reading to Tax Exemption Bylaw

Only one non-profit organization in Morinville would be eligible for a municipal property tax exemption if a bylaw amendment before Town Council passes as it stands. Council gave first reading to the Non-Profit Organizations Tax Exemption Bylaw Amendment at its regular meeting Tuesday. […]

Local News

Morinville RCMP respond to fatal collision

Yesterday at 11:32 a.m., the Morinville RCMP responded to a two vehicle collision on Highway 28, east of Bon Accord. The collision resulted in the death of one adult male, and injuries to a second adult male.
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Editorial & Opinion

Letter: St. Albert RCMP educate public regarding fraud

St. Albert RCMP want to educate the public about another fraud scam that is not new but seems to be circulating in the community again.  A scammer notifies an individual that their credit card has been compromised, may state the victim owes money to Revenue Canada or the fraudster may pose as a boss or someone in a high ranking title from a business.  […]

Local News

Book Bites: Freedom To Read Week

Freedom to Read Week is coming up in a month, and Morinville Community Library Public Service Librarian Alliah Krahn has the details on the library’s plans for promoting banned and challenged books. […]

Business

Manitoba and Alberta receive A grades in red tape reduction from CFIB

For the first time in the Red Tape Awareness Week Report Card’s 11-year history, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) has given the Government of Alberta an ‘A’ grade. Alberta earned the highest score in the regulatory accountability and regulatory burden sections, and came in second overall. […]

Business

It’s YOUR Business: Crushers Supplements

Crusher’s Supplements in Morinville is located above Morinville Sports on 100 Street. They carry a wide range of health and fitness supplements as well as a wealth of knowledge in helping their customers achieve their fitness goals. This March marks the company’s second year in Morinville. […]

Columns

20% off crop insurance for Alberta farmers

“This reduction from Alberta’s government and Agriculture Financial Services Corporation (AFSC) will save farmers more than $55 million on their crop insurance premiums in 2021 and increase the competitiveness of Alberta farmers internationally.” – Devin Dreeshen […]