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OPP Continue to Investigate July 4th Highway 401 Collision

OPP Continue to Investigate July 4th Highway 401 Collision
SOUTH GLENGARRY- On July 4, 2018, at 1: 01 pm Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry (SD&G) Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers responded to the scene of a two vehicle collision on Highway 401, South Glengarry Township. Investigation has indicated that at approximately at 1:01pm, a truck with one adult male (69) driver was travelling westbound on Highway 401 at mile marker... Read More

2018 Champions for Kids Foundation Golf Tournament Raises Over $55,000

2018 Champions for Kids Foundation  Golf Tournament Raises Over $55,000
Carleton Place – The 11th annual Champions for Kids Foundation Golf Tournament Tuesday raised over $55,000 for the Foundation. Organizers have indicated that the tournament raised one of the highest totals of any Champions for Kids tournament held so far. “We’re ecstatic,” said tournament Co-Chair Casey Nelson. “We are so thankful to the golfers who supported us and the many... Read More

A&W Canada and the MS Society of Canada Kick Off 10th Annual Burgers to Beat MS Campaign

A&W Canada and the MS Society of Canada Kick Off 10th Annual Burgers to Beat MS Campaign
Canadians Invited to Join Christine Sinclair on the Burgers to Beat MS Team and Help Take On Multiple Sclerosis VANCOUVER– A&W Food Services of Canada Inc. and the MS Society of Canada are teaming up with soccer superstar Christine Sinclair, two-time Olympic bronze medalist and Canadian women’s national soccer team captain, for the 10th annual Burgers to Beat MS campaign to take on multiple sclerosis (MS). Burgers to Beat MS kicks off Monday, July... Read More

Threat of trade war to shock Canadian economy

Threat of trade war to shock Canadian economy
OTTAWA – The Conference Board of Canada’s latest Canadian Outlook Bulletin calls for the national economy to grow by 1.8 percent in 2018–19 in the wake of a 3 percent gain last year. “An easing pace of consumer spending, potential breakup of NAFTA and daily threats of new tariffs across a wide range of goods, including in the automotive sector, will weigh on Canada’s economic growth prospects,” said Matthew... Read More

5th Annual TIBM Boat Show & Parade Being Held Saturday July 14th

5th Annual TIBM Boat Show & Parade Being Held Saturday July 14th
Gananoque – The Thousand Islands Boat Museum (TIBM) in Gananoque is hosting their 5th Annual Boat Show and Parade this Saturday, July 14th. The event runs from 9:00am to 5:00pm at the Thousand Islands Boat Museum, 125 Water Street, in Gananoque. There will be a collection of boats, old and new, large and small that will float past the Museum.... Read More

Lanark OPP Weekly News for Week of July 2nd – 9th, 2018

Lanark OPP Weekly News for Week of July 2nd – 9th, 2018
LANARK COUNTY – Between Monday, July 2, 2018, and Monday, July 9, 2018      officers from the Lanark Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to 388 calls for service. The calls included: Motor Vehicle Collisions.  Total.                                      29                 Including. Car / Deer                                 3 Parking Lots                            11 Single Motor Vehicle off Road (“In Ditch”)      4   Impaired Drivers. At 008:02 pm on Wednesday, July 4 officers conducting radar... Read More

Amazon to Create More than 600 Full-Time Jobs in Ottawa

Amazon to Create More than 600 Full-Time Jobs in Ottawa
New facility marks eighth fulfillment centre in Canada SEATTLE – Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) today announced plans for a new fulfillment centre in Ottawa, Ontario’s eastern suburb of Orléans. The 1-million square foot customer fulfillment facility is Amazon’s fifth in Ontario, creating more than 600 full-time jobs with benefits starting on day one. Amazon currently employs more than 2,000 full-time associates at its existing Ontario facilities in Brampton, Mississauga, and Milton. “Ontario continues to be... Read More

Zinour to be featured at the Spencerville Mill July 21st – 29th

Zinour to be featured at the Spencerville Mill July 21st – 29th
Spencerville – It’s not every day that an internationally acclaimed artist decides to make the village of Spencerville his home. Equally good was the ease of the transition with friendships blooming quickly and new ideas emerging for local engagement of emerging artworks along with exploring an amazing portfolio created in other places. The Spencerville community supports and fosters many local... Read More