Column: How to explore your family history

(NC) Many of us are curious about our family history. We want to know who our relatives were, where they came from and what their lives were like. You might think this information has been lost to time, but with some perseverance and a little luck, you find lots to uncover. […]

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Crime & Police

RCMP shares some of the odd 911 calls they receive

National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week runs April 11 – 17, and to acknowledge the work of Operational Communications Centres (OCC), Alberta RCMP are sharing some of the calls 911 operators have received. […]

Crime & Police

Morinville RCMP Lay Charges for Historical Sexual Assault Investigations in the Legal / Sturgeon County Area

Morinville RCMP after a thorough investigation from two separate complainants laid charges on an adult male from Sturgeon County, Alberta.  The incidents allegedly occurred between the years of 1995 to 1999.  The victims were teenagers at the time of the offences. […]

Morinville News

Statements on the passing of HRH Prince Philip

Below are a number of government statements of the passing of His Royal Highness, Prince Philip. Flags at Town hall are currently at half staff in recognition of the anniversary of Vimy Ridge. Morinville Online anticipates a lowering of flags for HRH Prince Philip at a later date when the province does. […]

Local News

10-year-old Powerlifter Cole Wallace Interview and Demonstration

Morinville Online’s Theron Hogg spoke to 10-year-old Powerlifter Cole Wallace about how he got started and what it takes to be a powerlifter.

During our interview, Cole demonstrated a 185-lb power lift and then did a 200-lb lift for the first time. […]


Alberta moves back to Step 1 COVID-19 restrictions

Citing a rapid increase in Covid-19 variants, Premier Jason Kenney announced additional measures Tuesday. The province will move back to Step 1 effective midnight Tuesday, with indoor dining ceasing Friday at noon. […]

Editorial & Opinion

Letter: Rotary appreciative of bottle drive success

The Rotary Club would like to thank Raj and his staff for the over the top effort to count 3 full trailer loads of bottles and recyclables, Shaun from Sobeys for use of his parking lot, John from HIS trucking for use of his trailer, Ross from JLS Decals and Signs for banners and signage. […]


Working from home? There’s a tax deduction for that

(NC) The COVID-19 pandemic means that many of us have been working from home part or all of the time. But did you know that you could be eligible to claim a deduction for home office expenses on your 2020 tax return? […]


Can you trust online product reviews?

It’s important to stay skeptical when reading online reviews. Many are paid endorsements where the reviewer has no knowledge of the product and simply got paid to say something positive.   […]