On Friday, November 20 the 2015 Tree Lighting event officially lit up the holiday spirit in Morden. The event featured the ceremonial lighting of the Christmas tree by Mayor Ken Wiebe, smores, fireworks, and many families had their photo taken with Santa, with complimentary photography by Steve Hiebert at Personal Expressions Photography. Photos with Santa […]
The City of Morden is hosting a series of upcoming information night for community residents on the topic of the Three-stream Recycle, Compost & Waste System beginning in 2016.
Residents of Morden will send less waste to landfill as a three-tier waste and recycle program begins in 2016. As part of the City’s Corporate Plan 2014, an initiative was to reduce waste to landfill within, “a target of 50% by 2020,” with an action to: “Implement household compost pickup.”
The national RBC Sports Day in Canada will be coming to the City of Morden this November, thanks in part to the RBC Learn to Play program. The multi-partner program is aimed at getting Canadians moving and promoting the physical literacy of Canadians, especially for youth. RBC Sports Day in Canada will take place in […]
City of Morden staff have walked all the way to Churchill, Manitoba—figuratively speaking—as a part of the ‘Walk to Churchill Challenge’—the organization’s first initiative since becoming a member of the Workplace in motion community. The ‘Walk to Churchill Challenge’ requires City staff to wear a pedometer to track their steps or fitness activities throughout the […]