Editorials, columns and letters to the editor from our readers.
On Monday morning, I was on the steps of Bumper to Bumper, 5 minutes before open time.
I turned, and took in the morning view of St. John Baptiste, and reflected on, with all the current news, that church and steeple as a building had been a center for a community. […]
On the morning of 30 June 2021, I received a call for assistance from Cde Tina Gougeon to open the Legion for the displaced residents due to the devastating St Jean Baptiste Church fire. My trusted volunteers sprang into action, I can not thank enough the following people for their assistance… […]
Edmonton Police Chief Dale McFee is a very positive role model. The Bishop Grandin School names are being removed by the Calgary, Edmonton, and St. Albert Catholic School Districts because of the late Bishop’s racism and participation in the terrible residential school scandal. […]
June 24th is recognized as St. John Day around the world. This year to celebrate we are launching our inaugural annual St. John Day fundraising campaign. First Aid and CPR training helps save lives and build stronger communities. […]
The War Amps begins its 2021 key tag mailing to Morinville residents this week with the theme “You Are a Part of What We Do,” marking the 75th anniversary of the Association’s Key Tag Service and paying tribute to the public for helping make it a success. […]
As part of its 25th Anniversary commitment to support local organizations, they are inviting local groups to attend with information, handouts, and updates to the community on their events, needs and priorities they are looking to partner with…. […]
Mayor Turner, during the debate on the Property Tax Bylaw you stated: “That at the end of the day income and relief for residents comes from the Federal and Provincial Government. We have to be careful about going down the slippery slope of income support for residents… […]
“Canadian babies born on federal budget day 2021 had more than $28,000 of debt the moment they opened their eyes. That’s each Canadian’s share of the federal government’s $1-trillion debt. And it’s going up.” […]