Local News

Senate Elections on Municipal Ballot

The Alberta Senate Nominee Election will take place when Albertans go to the polls on October 18 or to one of the advance polls in conjunction with the conjunction elections. […]

National News

Lloyd returning to Ottawa

Conservative Party of Canada MP Dane Lloyd has won his third election and will return to Ottawa, albeit with a smaller percentage of support than in the 2019 election. The NDP and the People’s Party of Canada snapped up larger chunks of the vote total than they did two years ago.  […]

Business

CTF designs Taxpayer Guide for federal election

A week ahead of the federal election, The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) has released a two-page PDF guide to the three front-running party’s platforms to let voters know where the Liberals, Conservatives and NDP stand on debt, spending and balancing the budget.  […]

National News

War Amps Key Tag Service marks 75th anniversary

The War Amps Key Tag Service,  which provides a service that gets lost keys to vehicle owners, celebrates 75 years. Each key tag has a confidentially coded number. Lost keys can be dropped in any mailbox and War Amps return the keys to the rightful owner by courier. […]

National News

Conservatives vow to fix equalization if elected

With a federal election likely in the coming months, the Conservative Party of Canada are vowing to fix equalization. Both the party and its leader, the Honourable Erin O’Toole issued media releases on Thursday announcing their intentions.  […]

Local News

Council endorses reconciliation process with its Indigenous neighbours

The Town of Morinville is seeking to begin a reconciliation process with its Indigenous neighbours.

At its meeting Tuesday, Council unanimously passed a motion calling on Administration to bring forward a report to initiate a comprehensive community consultation. […]

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. […]