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Kingston Police Statement on Social Media Video

Kingston Police Statement on Social Media Video
Kingston – Kingston Police have become aware of a video posted to social media today where an elderly gentleman passed through a barricaded area due to flooding and became stranded in deep water. The audio portion of this video captures a male berating and using profane comments towards the driver. Senior police management have now learned that the voice on the... Read More

Write Time: The Donkey Whisperer

Write Time: The Donkey Whisperer
Late last month at a local Lyndhurst Seeley’s Bay Chamber of Commerce meeting, I met the owners of a new business in Lyndhurst, and I knew right away that I needed to know more about their farm. Annick Rousseau and her business partner Jean-Sebastien Gagne own Berry Homestead Farm. The farm name sounds like any other fruit farm might, however, what sparked my... Read More

Ontario Consulting on Transparency in the Health Care Sector

Ontario Consulting on Transparency in the Health Care Sector
Discussions Focus on Direct and Indirect Payments From The Private Sector to Health Professionals Ontario is consulting with patients, health care providers and the pharmaceutical and medical devices industries in order to increase openness and transparency for the people of Ontario regarding their health care. Discussions have begun about current regulations and guidelines that govern the disclosure of payments from... Read More

Fradkin Feels and Shares Candida’s Deep Love at Classic Theatre

Fradkin Feels and Shares Candida’s Deep Love at Classic Theatre
At the heart of George Bernard Shaw’s warm and witty play Candida, now playing at the Classic Theatre Festival in Perth, is a clergyman’s spouse who is truly loved by everyone. But when one passionate young poet declares his obsessive love with her, it sparks a connubial crisis that forms the basis for one of Shaw’s most memorable pieces, a reflection on Victorian notions of love and... Read More

Brockville Police Looking for Witnesses to Domestic Disturbance

Brockville Police Looking for Witnesses to Domestic Disturbance
BROCKVILLE – Brockville Police are seeking witnesses in relation to a domestic disturbance which took place last evening on Windsor Drive near Thousand Islands Secondary School at approximately 11:30 p.m. A caller to the Brockville Police communications centre reported they saw a male and female fighting in the area during this time. Caller described the altercation as a shoving match between... Read More