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Chris Oldford, Principal at St. Patrick Catholic School, Chosen as One of Canada’s Outstanding Principals 2018

Chris Oldford, Principal at St. Patrick Catholic School, Chosen as One of Canada’s Outstanding Principals 2018
Kemptville – The Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario is pleased to announce that Chris Oldford, Principal of St. Patrick Catholic School in Rockland, has been named as one of forty exceptional educational leaders from across Canada. Candidates are nominated by their peers, school staff, and community members annually to The Learning Partnership, who recognizes exemplary leaders from across all Canadian provinces and... Read More

Rotary Clubs of Brockville Raise $200,000 in 2017

Rotary Clubs of Brockville Raise $200,000 in 2017
Brockville – The Rotary Clubs of Brockville have raised $198,665,02 for local community and international projects. The breakdown of funds raised in 2017 are: Canadian Tire Rotary Golf Tournament – $142,541.44 Home Hardware Rotary Gala – $26,055.83 Rotary Christmas Cakes – $2,591.20 Rotary Lobsterfest – $16,125.77 Habitat for Humanity BBq – $122.00 Porter Foundation for Gyuana – $2,500.00 Vanier School Rotary... Read More

Highlights of UCLG Council Meeting and COTW Meetings for January

Highlights of UCLG Council Meeting and COTW Meetings for January
The highlights of regular United Counties of Leeds and Grenville Council Meeting held on Thursday, January 25th and the Committee of the Whole meeting held earlier in the month, are listed below. Hospital Capital Funding Policy now in place: Counties Council has approved a Hospital Capital Funding Policy allowing for a special tax rate levy beginning this year. The policy is designed to... Read More

Lanark County OPP Weekly News for Week of Jan 22nd – 29th, 2018

Lanark County OPP Weekly News for Week of Jan 22nd – 29th, 2018
LANARK COUNTY – Between Monday January 22, 2018 and Monday January 29, 2018 officers from the Lanark Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to 358 calls for service. The calls included: Motor Vehicle Collisions. Total.     30                    Including. Car / Deer       10 Car / Coyote      1 Parking Lots       7 Single Motor Vehicle off Road (“In Ditch”)    6 Impaired Drivers. At 10:07pm on Monday January 22 officers... Read More

Mistake Made in 2018 Smiths Falls Municipal Calendar

Mistake Made in 2018 Smiths Falls Municipal Calendar
Smiths Falls – Attention residents of Smiths Falls: A mistake was made in your 2018 Municipal Calendars. The colour codes for collection of recycling are incorrect for the following months: February May August October December Please note for these months that the colour indicator on the far-left hand side of the calendar for blue bins and yellow bins should be reversed.... Read More

Brockville Winter Classic Announces Return of the Snow Ball

Brockville Winter Classic Announces Return of the Snow Ball
Brockville – The Brockville Winter Classic Weekend Committee is thrilled to announce the return of the Snow Ball! This free admission, after-dark skating party offers FREE hot chocolate, cash BBQ put on by our very own Brockville Police with all proceeds go to the Brockville Police and Stingers After School Program, a live DJ, light display, family fun activities and... Read More

3 Longterm Staff Members Retiring Today from Brockville Police Service

3 Longterm Staff Members Retiring Today from Brockville Police Service
Brockville – It is a day of mixed emotions for members of the Brockville Police Service family as we say “good-bye” to 3 of our valued members and wish them and their loved one’s the very best for a happy and healthy retirement. Deputy Chief Lee MacArthur: Deputy Chief Lee MacArthur was hired under Chief Gerry Curtis and throughout his... Read More

Bell Let’s Talk and The Rossy Family Foundation commit $1 million to develop a national standard for post-secondary student mental health

Bell Let’s Talk and The Rossy Family Foundation commit $1 million to develop a national standard for post-secondary student mental health
New standard to establish mental health best practices at Canadian universities, colleges and institutes to support student mental health and academic success MONTRÉAL – Bell Let’s Talk and The Rossy Family Foundation (The RFF) announced Tuesday,  a joint $1,000,000 donation for the creation of a national standard for post-secondary student mental health to support student success on campuses across Canada. The RFF and... Read More