Morinville News

Column: The Heroes of Normandy

Death struck deeply into those who waded ashore on June 6, 1944. Struggling to quickly move from their landing craft to the sand of Normandy beach. Burdened by the heavy weight of their equipment, and the sights and sounds around them. Before them lay a terrifying array of obstacles waiting to trap, maim, and destroy anyone who attempted to challenge the terrible might of the nazi occupation of France. […]

Morinville News

Morinville Festival Days running June 14-16

The Town of Morinville is planning what it says will be an “unforgettable weekend,” with Morinville Festival Days returning to town from June 14 to 16. A variety of of free activities and entertainment is planned each day.  […]

Food & Health

Food: Rhubarb Zucchini Bread

In Morinville, local gardens are bursting with rhubarb, a tangy delight that adds a unique twist to both sweet and savoury dishes. Meanwhile, Sobeys in Morinville has zucchini, a versatile vegetable that melds seamlessly into a variety of culinary creations. This seasonal bounty presents the perfect opportunity to combine these ingredients into a delightful Zucchini Rhubarb Bread. […]

Crime & Police

Alberta RCMP provides safety reminders for sharing the road with commercial drivers

Motorists should take extra caution when sharing the road with, or operating, semi-trucks, tractor-trailers, and other commercial vehicles. With summer approaching, roadways will become increasingly busy and the Alberta RCMP wants to remind commercial and passenger-vehicle motorists how to operate on our provincial roads responsibly. […]

Morinville News

Alberta Invests in Fire Service Grants to Enhance Public Safety

Alberta’s government has announced an initiative it says is aimed at enhancing public safety by improving fire service capabilities across the province. With a new research project focused on gathering essential fire services data, the province believes municipalities will be better equipped to protect their communities. […]