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St. Lawrence College presents ‘NEW FACES 2018’ April 28th

St. Lawrence College presents ‘NEW FACES 2018’ April 28th
Brockville – Once again, the St. Lawrence College Music Theatre – Performance program is proud to present their newest group of talented young performers in New Faces 2018, an annual show featuring a song and dance extravaganza. It is being held this Saturday, April 28th at the Brockville Arts Centre. There will be two presentations, at 2:00pm and 7:30pm. New... Read More

Arthur Child Heritage Museum Opening for the 2018 Season Saturday

Arthur Child Heritage Museum Opening for the 2018 Season Saturday
Gananoque – The Arthur Child Heritage Museum in Gananoque is opening for the 2018 season this Saturday, April 28th. There are new exhibits including this year’s main feature: Migrations! The 1000 Islands are a migratory axis that has served as a transit way since the recession of the glaciers. This year the exhibit will highlight how immigration enriches our society... Read More

4th Annual 1000 Islands Writers Festival Taking Place This Weekend in Gananoque

4th Annual 1000 Islands Writers Festival Taking Place This Weekend in Gananoque
Gananoque – The 4th annual 1000 Islands Writers Festival is being held this weekend from Friday, April 27th to Sunday, April 29th around Gananoque. Experience a fabulous weekend of reading by the river with some of Canada’s favourite authors! Enjoy up-close and personal events with Festival Patron Terry Fallis; Maureen Jennings; Kelley Armstrong; Barbara Fradkin; Ken Cuthbertson;  Marissa Stapley; Katherine... Read More

MS Carnation Campaign Set to Launch May 10th & 11th

MS Carnation Campaign  Set to Launch May 10th & 11th
Leeds & Grenville – Make someone’s day special and help in the fight against MS. Buy your carnations at locations around Brockville (The Score, Scotiabank (King St & Stewart Blvd), CIBC, TD Canada Trust, Metro, Food Basics, Canadian Tire), Kemptville, Merrickville, Smiths Falls (The Score) and Perth. The cost is $7.00 for the large-5 stem carnations or $6.00 for the mini-3... Read More

BGH asking community to register for organ and tissue donation

BGH asking community to register for organ and tissue donation
Brockville General Hospital urges community to consider donor registration. Staff are available to help at their Charles Street site, during the Home Show on April 27-28 or visit www.BeADonor.ca/BrockvilleGeneralHospital for more information. – Submitted Photo Brockville – Brockville General Hospital is working closely with the Trillium Gift of Life Network to raise awareness about the value of donor registration. Brockville... Read More

1000 Islands Regatta Announces Saturday June 30th Headliner: The Trews

1000 Islands Regatta Announces Saturday June 30th Headliner: The Trews
Brockville – In a post made on their Facebook page, The 1000 Islands Regatta Committee has announced that The Trews will be headlining Saturday night’s entertainment. Known for tunes such as “Poor Ole Broken Hearted Me,” “Highway of Heroes,” “I’m Not Ready to Go,” and “Tired of Waiting,” the Trews will follow up the much anticipated Friday night opening performance by... Read More

You Have Until May 10th to Order Your Rain Barrel In Support of the Volunteer Centre St. Lawrence-Rideau

You Have Until May 10th to Order Your Rain Barrel In Support of the Volunteer Centre St. Lawrence-Rideau
Brockville – The Volunteer Centre of St. Lawrence-Rideau is accepting pre-sale orders until May 10th for a Truckload Rain Barrel Sale scheduled for Friday, May 18th, at the Employment and Education Centre, 105 Strowger Blvd., Brockville, from 8 am to 12 pm. Funds raised will support Volunteer Centre programs and initiatives which facilitate volunteer engagement in the community. Cost of... Read More

Canada further strengthens trade enforcement to protect steel and aluminum workers and industries

Canada further strengthens trade enforcement to protect steel and aluminum workers and industries
Ottawa – The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today announced increased funding for the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and Global Affairs Canada to further strengthen Canada’s trade enforcement. This further bolsters Canada’s efforts to prevent transshipment and diversion of unfairly priced foreign steel and aluminum into the North American market. While Canada already has strong and effective enforcement, we are taking these... Read More

Tresspass Concerns at Rock Dunder

Tresspass Concerns at Rock Dunder
LEEDS –   Members of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) remind hikers that a local nature reserve hiking trail is not yet open. Leeds OPP has been advised on numerous occasions of people trespassing at Rock Dunder Nature Reserve, located near Seeley’s Bay in Leeds and the Thousand Islands Township. Leeds OPP Operations Manager, Staff Sergeant Josh Kingsley advises that “While the... Read More