Our Morinville: The Week in Photos


Above: Local photographer Don Boutilier sent us this shot taken on his travels around the area last week.

Don sent us this photo of Canada geese taking off.

Don also sent this great photo of a loon.

Garrison Edmonton soldier, artist, volunteer, wife, contemporary artist Beth Martin is on a mission to fundraise for the families of the victims of the Portapique tragedy.

With 600 of the 1000 limited edition reproductions made from her original 12×16 watercolour she created sold, she is on the home stretch to sell the remaining 400. One hundred per cent of the proceeds from the prints will go to the trust fund. The prints sell for $34 each plus shipping and handling.

Read the full story here by Lucie Roy

Boyle Street Community Services will soon be the recipient of a special trailer unit with three showers to assist the city’s homeless population.

Pleasant Homes co-owner Simon Boersma is part of a group called Legacy Plus that works to fill voids in communities that need help. Recently, the group decided to take on securing a trailer with multiple showers, which will be used by Boyle Street along with a warming bus used in the winter.

Read the full story here by Stephen Dafoe 

Last Wednesday night’s clear skies allowed for a good opportunity to shoot for the moon. – Stephen Dafoe photo.

JoAnne Maurier sent us this shot of clouds over Morinville.


She also sent this photo of a couple of dogs that love to pose for the camera.

Above is a video by Stephen Dafoe of the wrens nesting in his bird house.

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