Business

It’s YOUR Business: Part 3 – Smith Music

NAIT student Theron Hogg has done a three part series for Morinville Online, talking to local businesses about how they are doing during Alberta’s current enhanced COVID-19 restrictions. In Part 3, Hogg speaks to Smith Music owner Paul Smith. […]

COVID-19

West Country Hearth seniors receive vaccination

A COVID-19 vaccination clinic was held Thursday [Jan. 14] for residents of the West Country Hearth seniors’ facility in Villeneuve. The 83 residents of the facility were slated to receive their first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine at the clinic. […]

Business

Council amends Business Licence Bylaw

At its January 12 regular meeting Council approved an amendment to the Town’s Business Licence Bylaw that changes the deadline for applying for or renewing annual licenses from January 31 to March 31 each year, beginning in 2021. […]

Business

It’s YOUR Business: Part 2 – Bistro Di Madre Piccola

NAIT student Theron Hogg has done a three part series for Morinville Online, talking to local businesses about how they are doing during Alberta’s current enhanced COVID-19 restrictions. In Part 2, Hogg speaks to Bistro Di Madre Piccola owner Deepthi Pelenage. […]

Local News

Council to review its procedural bylaw

Morinville Town Council is looking at an overhaul of the procedural rules that govern its meetings. The proposal to revamp the Procedures Bylaw developed out of a two-word amendment moved at Council’s regular meeting yesterday. […]

Arts & Culture

Keep Moving: An Interview With Author Holly Rose Holland

It’s been 11 years since author Holly Rose Holland’s husband died of pancreatic cancer. She’s recently published a book Keep Moving: Creating a Life After Loss that chronicles her journey of processing grief. In this video we talk tot he author about the book and the subject. […]

Business

It’s YOUR Business Part 1 – Coach’s Corner

NAIT student Theron Hogg has done a three part series for Morinville Online, talking to local businesses about how they are doing during Alberta’s current enhanced COVID-19 restrictions. In Part 1, Hogg speaks to Coach’s Corner owner Kal McDonald. […]

Morinville News

Opinion: Why pretending to be superheroes is good for kids

(NC) While spending more time cooped up indoors during the pandemic, you may have noticed your kids are using their imaginations more. If their fun involves superhero play, you have reason to celebrate – experts say it can benefit children in substantial ways.   […]

Province

Lockdown raises cost Albertans $18.7 million, CTF says

The Canadian Tax Payers Federation announced Wednesday that documents it has obtained, through a freedom of information request, indicate that more than 7,300 Alberta government employees received pay raises in 2020. […]

Notices and Public Hearings

Notice to Creditors and Claimants – McPherson

If you have a claim against this estate, you must file your claim by February 18, 2021 with Brian McPherson at 9452 – 216 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5T 1M9 and provide details of your claim. If you do not file by the date above, the estate property can lawfully be distributed without regard to any claim you may have. […]

Food & Health

What’s Cooking? – Tasty pub recipes to recreate at home

Featuring wholesome ingredients like fresh mushrooms, this steak and ale pie recipe by Jenny from The Brunette Baker lets you easily recreate English-style comfort food in your very own home, at a fraction of the cost of takeout. Bold, hearty and delicious, it’s everything a savoury pie should be. […]

Province

COVID-19 vaccine now available to EMS

With 46,791 doses of vaccine administered, the Government of Alberta says it is expanding COVID-19 vaccine distribution to vaccinate paramedics and emergency medical technicians (EMTs).
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Local News

Morinville resident is $1 million richer

A big win means a big move for Morinville resident David Dennis, who has dreamed of moving to Chile. A Morinville resident’s $1 million guaranteed prize win from the Dec. 19 LOTTO 6/49 draw will let him make plans to do just that. […]