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Brockville Museum Launches New Heritage Skills Workshop

Brockville Museum Launches New Heritage Skills Workshop
Brockville – Heritage Skills Workshop is a new series of hand-on learning experiences presented by the Brockville Museum. Participants will be able to explore largely forgotten skills and techniques in an informal and relaxed setting. The museum’s Amy Mackie will guide you as she shares her knowledge and experience with you. This year’s series’ theme will be “Cooking”. This will... Read More

Homeward Bound Program Graduates Given Tuition Scholarships

Homeward Bound Program Graduates Given Tuition Scholarships
From left, Courtney Barrington, Mia Teal and Tenisha Poelstra smile at St. Lawrence College in Brockville on Sept. 7. The three women all participated in the first Homeward Bound Brockville program offered by The Employment + Education Centre and received scholarships to attend St. Lawrence College in Brockville this September. – Submitted Photo Brockville – The Homeward Bound Brockville program... Read More

National Peace Officers Memorial Run & Canadian Police Officer’s Ride to Remember to Make Annual Stop in Brockville

National Peace Officers Memorial Run & Canadian Police Officer’s Ride to Remember to Make Annual Stop in Brockville
Brockville – During the week of September 18-23rd several members of the Brockville Police Service will be joining their colleagues from across Ontario in participating in the annual National Peace Officers Memorial Run (NPOMR) and the Canadian Police Memorial Ride to Remember leading up to the Canadian Peace Officers Memorial Ceremony on Parliament Hill on Sunday September 24th at 11... Read More

More than One-Third of College and University Students Receiving Free Tuition

More than One-Third of College and University Students Receiving Free Tuition
Ontario is Making Life More Affordable for Students This school year, more than one-third of all full-time college and university students in Ontario are receiving free tuition thanks to the new Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP). Deb Matthews, Minister of Advanced Education and Skills Development, met with students in Ottawa today to talk about how the new OSAP and other... Read More