Editorial & Opinion

Editorial: It’s time for our Christmas shutdown

As we approach the end of another remarkable year, we want to express our sincere gratitude to each and every one of you who has supported MorinvilleNews.com. Your readership and the trust you place in us is the driving force behind our dedication to delivering timely and relevant news. […]

Crime & Police

RCMP educate citizens regarding new motor vehicle collision reporting

In wake of the Provincial Government’s recent announcement of the collision reporting threshold being raised from $2000 to $5000 combined damage, which will take effect on January 1, 2024, St Albert RCMP would like to educate citizens what to do and what their obligations are if they are involved in a motor vehicle collision in the New Year: […]

Morinville News

Big City Car Wash open despite break-in damage

Two weeks after would-be thieves broke into Big City Car Wash in Morinville’s industrial park, there is much work to be done repairing the damage, but the owners want customers to know they are open for business. […]

Local News

Morinville Council approves 2024 Fees and Charges Bylaw

Morinville residential utility customers will see a total estimated cost increase of $11.24 per month, resulting mainly from by increased wastewater treatment and stormwater fees, which rose by approximately 24 per cent. […]

Crime & Police

Alberta Government Increases Property Damage Reporting Threshold to $5,000, Easing Burden on Drivers and Law Enforcement

In what it says is a move to streamline processes and reduce bureaucratic hurdles, Alberta’s government has announced an increase in the property damage collision reporting threshold from $2,000 to $5,000, effective January 1, 2024. The government says the decision aims to save both drivers and law enforcement valuable time. […]