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Ontario Expands World-Class Cardiac Care in Ottawa

Ontario Expands World-Class Cardiac Care in Ottawa
New State-of-the-Art Tower Set to Open at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute Ontario is increasing access to one of the world’s most advanced cardiac care facilities for patients in Ottawa, with the opening of a new state-of-the-art Critical Care Tower at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute. John Fraser, Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care, on behalf... Read More

CDSBEO Board Meeting Highlights for board meeting held on Tuesday, March 20th, 2018

CDSBEO Board Meeting Highlights for board meeting held on Tuesday, March 20th, 2018
Kemptville – CDSBEO Board Meeting Highlights for board meeting held on Tuesday, March 20th, 2018 French as a Second Language Programing CDSBEO is committed to the goals set out by the Framework for French as a Second Language (FSL) in Ontario Schools K-12, 2013. These goals are to increase student confidence, proficiency, and achievement in FSL, to increase the percentage... Read More

Vanier Public School Student Ranks First in Daily Competition During Mathletics March Madness Contest

Vanier Public School Student Ranks First in Daily Competition During Mathletics March Madness Contest
Brockville – A Vanier Public School student placed first in Canada March 14 during daily competition in the Mathletics March Madness Contest. Lincoln Lalonde was ranked first in the ongoing contest, which ranks students nationwide on their daily performance using the math instructional program over the month of March. Lalonde was pleased by his success, after earning 10,000 points that day. He was... Read More

Dundas Manor: The Author. The Centenarians. The Knitters. The Gardener. And the Helper

Dundas Manor: The Author. The Centenarians. The Knitters. The Gardener. And the Helper
Winchester – When new residents arrive at Dundas Manor, they are asked one important question: what brings you joy? “We want to get to know you, hear your story and find out what more we can accomplish together,” explained Activity Director Jennifer Hill at the ‘Dreams Day’ event held on March 14th. “Then we get to be creative and make things happen.” This... Read More

GISS Students Speak Out About Racial Discrimination

GISS Students Speak Out About Racial Discrimination
Gananoque – Racial discrimination is never okay but it unfortunately still exists. March 21 was the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination — a day to bring issues to the forefront and discuss how we all can take action and join together to eliminate racial discrimination. Students from Grade 8 to Grade 12 at Gananoque Intermediate and Secondary School... Read More

Brockville Police Seek Public Assistance in Identifying Theft Suspect at LCBO

Brockville Police Seek Public Assistance in Identifying Theft Suspect at LCBO
Brockville – At 7:15 pm yesterday police were called to the LCBO located on Parkedale Ave. in response to a theft of a bottle of liquor. An image of the suspect has been captured on their closed circuit camera system. We are seeking the public’s assistance with identifying this suspect. If anyone has any information, please contact Cst. Dave Jeggo at... Read More

Statement by the Prime Minister of Canada on the terrorist attack in France

Statement by the Prime Minister of Canada on the terrorist attack in France
Ottawa – The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement on the terrorist attack in Trèbes, France: “We strongly condemn today’s terrorist attack in Trèbes, France, that injured numerous innocent people and took the lives of several others. “People deserve to feel safe and secure as they go about their daily lives, especially in a place as welcoming and... Read More