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Annual Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Leeds & Grenville Bowl & Play for Kids Sake Being Held Saturday

Annual Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Leeds & Grenville Bowl & Play for Kids Sake Being Held Saturday
Brockville, Kemptville, Elgin – The 2019 Tim Hortons Bowl & Play for Kids Sake in support of Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Leeds & Grenville (BBBSLG) is being held this Saturday, March 23rd, with bowling in Kemptville & Elgin and playing being held in Brockville. Help support Big Brothers Big Sisters to continue to provide mentoring programs to the children... Read More

Classic Theatre Festival: The Strangest Dream: A Play on Body Image and Esteem

Classic Theatre Festival: The Strangest Dream: A Play on Body Image and Esteem
Perth – The annual Listen Up youth theatre troupe will once again tour Lanark County and Smiths Falls youth centres and schools in April with a new play about body image, The Strangest Dream. The fifth installment of the annual event – whose previous productions have focused on depression and anxiety, the effects of teen suicide on a community, youth homelessness, and... Read More

Brockville Police Reports for March 21st, 2019

Brockville Police Reports for March 21st, 2019
Brockville – Brockville Police Reports for March 21st, 2019. Overview: In the 48 hour period from March 19th 5:00 a.m. – March 21st 5:00 a.m. the Brockville Police Service responded to 60 calls for service. The calls included three apprehensions under the mental health act, 3 arrests, 3 motor vehicle collisions, missing persons and an assault investigation. Bail violations: A... Read More

CLARK WELCOMES ENHANCED SUPPORTS FOR CHILDREN WITH AUTISM

CLARK WELCOMES ENHANCED SUPPORTS FOR CHILDREN WITH AUTISM
BROCKVILLE – Leeds-Grenville-Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes MPP Steve Clark is welcoming enhancements to the Ontario Autism Program announced today by Lisa MacLeod, Minister of Children, Community and Social Services. “Parents were right when they said autism is a spectrum and there are different needs for children on the spectrum. Our government is putting people first with these enhancements to... Read More

Driver was charged with multiple Criminal Driving offences

Driver was charged with multiple Criminal Driving offences
Ottawa – Central Criminal Investigation Unit and Frontline officers charged Marc Andre FOURNIER with multiple criminal offences. FOURNIER, 36 year old of Ottawa is facing charges of: Theft of motor vehicle cc (Criminal Code) Possession of property obtained by crime over $5000 cc. Dangerous operation of a conveyance cc. Fail to stop at a scene of an accident cc. Resist... Read More

Ontario Enhancing Support for Children with Autism

Ontario Enhancing Support for Children with Autism
New actions include removing income testing for Childhood Budgets and further expanding eligible services. TORONTO – Ontario’s government is putting people first by enhancing the Ontario Autism Program, which comes into effect on April 1, 2019. “Our government is fully committed to transforming how autism services are delivered in Ontario,” said Lisa MacLeod, Minister of Children, Community and Social Services.... Read More

Ontario Cuts Red Tape for Boat, Snowmobile and Off-Road Vehicles Industries

Ontario Cuts Red Tape for Boat, Snowmobile and Off-Road Vehicles Industries
Responding to business needs and reducing burdens Mississauga — Ontario’s government is putting people first by expanding the use of service plates for boat, snow-mobiles and off-road vehicles. Today, Jeff Yurek, Minister of Transportation announced changes that will make it easier and more efficient to transport boats, snowmobiles and off-road vehicles (ATV) to customers and recreational shows. Past governments expected... Read More

UCDSB Rocked their Socks for World Down Syndrome Day

UCDSB Rocked their Socks for World Down Syndrome Day
Brockville – Staff and students across the Upper Canada District School Board celebrated World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD) today by “rocking” their mismatched socks. WDSD is a designated UCDSB special recognition day and was first observed in 2006 in many countries around the world. In 2011, the United Nations General Assembly declared March 21 as the National World Down Syndrome... Read More

CORNWALL S.D. & G. RACING AGAINST DRUGS BEING HELD APRIL 2ND – 5TH

CORNWALL S.D. & G. RACING AGAINST DRUGS BEING HELD APRIL 2ND – 5TH
Cornwall – Once again community partners will be hosting Racing Against Drugs at the Cornwall Armories in Cornwall, Ontario on April 2nd, 2019 – April 5th 2019. Racing against drugs is a bilingual community-based drug and alcohol awareness program which employs the sport of racing to capture the attention of Grade 6 students. The program demonstrates the benefits of a drug... Read More