Canada turned 144 years old Friday and that anniversary was celebrated in a markedly different fashion in Morinville and at Edmonton Garrison. The former was a simple small town celebration the likes of which could have taken place 100 years ago; the latter, a massive undertaking to rival the largest of festival celebrations in any nation. But at the heart of both initiatives was a desire to celebrate the birth of a nation and the pride we Canadians have in being Canadian… […]
Photos by Joann Deveau
Sturgeon County teamed up with the Edmonton Garrison to host a major Canada Day event Friday. With several bands, plenty of food through the Sturgeon County Bounty, and plenty of car crushing action, there was something for each of the approximately 30,000 visitors to he garrison’s Canada Day. Below is a gallery of some shots from the day… […]
By MorinvilleNews.com Staff
Edmonton – The Canada Day extended long weekend was a busy period for the province’s integrated traffic services. Between June 30 and July 4, Alberta’s RCMP and sheriffs issued 3,401 traffic-related charges across the province.
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