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UPDATE: CRCA WATERSHED CONDITIONS STATEMENT – WATER SAFETY

UPDATE: CRCA WATERSHED CONDITIONS STATEMENT – WATER SAFETY
KINGSTON – The Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority (CRCA) has updated the current Water Safety Statement for the region today. Minimal snowpack remains throughout the watershed following what has been a relatively orderly spring thaw. Creek flows remain elevated from the ongoing melt and some are slightly above seasonal norms. Weather forecasts indicate 25 – 40 mm of precipitation on Saturday, March 30 and... Read More

FATALITIES LEAD OPP TO WARN SNOWMOBILERS ABOUT THE HIGH COST OF TAKING RISKS

FATALITIES LEAD OPP TO WARN SNOWMOBILERS ABOUT THE HIGH COST OF TAKING RISKS
ORILLIA – With two snowmobile deaths in as many days and the arrival of spring, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is urging snowmobilers to avoid taking unnecessary risks, especially on frozen waterways, as their season winds down. The two tragedies over the weekend (March 22-24, 2019) mark 11 fatal snowmobile incidents and 13 lives lost in OPP jurisdictions so far this season. The OPP cannot... Read More

Annual Tim Horton’s Bowl For Kid’s Sake/Play For Kid’s Sake Held This Past Saturday – VIDEO

Annual Tim Horton’s Bowl For Kid’s Sake/Play For Kid’s Sake Held This Past Saturday – VIDEO
Brockville – The annual Tim Horton’s Bowl For Kid’s Sake/Play For Kid’s Sake took place on Saturday, March 23rd in support of Big  Brothers, Big Sisters of Leeds & Grenville (BBBSLG). Many participants took an hour or more out of their busy schedules to Strike it BIG or Play it BIG by either bowling at one of the  locations at... Read More

SD&G OPP CHARGE SOUTH STORMONT MAN WITH ASSAULT

SD&G OPP CHARGE SOUTH STORMONT MAN WITH ASSAULT
SOUTH STORMONT – On March 25, 2019, shortly after midnight, Stormont Dundas & Glengarry Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers responded to a report of assault incident in South Stormont Township. The investigation revealed that an adult was alleged to have assaulted his spouse, his step-son and his step daughter and that he was also in contravention of a Probation Order. The... Read More

Canopy Growth Welcomes Houseplant to the Family

Canopy Growth Welcomes Houseplant to the Family
VANCOUVER —Canopy Growth Corporation (“Canopy Growth” or the “Company”) (TSX:WEED, NYSE:CGC) is pleased to welcome Houseplant, a new brand of Canadian cannabis, to the Canopy Growth family today. Founded by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, Houseplant represents years of product expertise and an unmatched attention to detail within each strain that has been carefully selected and grown. Commitment to cannabis... Read More

CRCA EXTENDS WATERSHED CONDITIONS STATEMENT – WATER SAFETY

CRCA EXTENDS WATERSHED CONDITIONS STATEMENT – WATER SAFETY
KINGSTON – The Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority (CRCA) has extended the current Water Safety Statement for the region. Minimal snowpack remains throughout the watershed following what has been a relatively orderly spring thaw. Creek flows remain elevated from the ongoing melt and are slightly above seasonal. Weather forecasts are uncertain, indicating a range of 10-38 mm of rain for the period... Read More

Friends of Brockville Library Present March Meet The Author: Johanne Brennan

Friends of Brockville Library Present March Meet The Author: Johanne Brennan
Brockville – The Friends of the Brockville Public Library’s March Meet The Authors is Johanne Brennan, author of ‘How to Thaw Out Your Frozen Feet’. The book will help you discover how to thaw your frozen feet and end the cycle of hardship, pain and abuse. For you to heal, nurture yourself, and finally begin to experience freedom. It takes... Read More

CPHC Held ‘A Night in Hawaii Last Friday Night – VIDEO

CPHC Held ‘A Night in Hawaii Last Friday Night – VIDEO
Brockville – Community & Primary Health Care (CPHC ) held their ‘A Night in Hawaii’ on Friday night at the Brockville Convention Centre. Close to 150 people came out to support the fundraiser which was held to raise needed funds for CPHC, so it can continue to provide services and programs to seniors throughout Lanark, Leeds Grenville. The event saw... Read More

Smiths Falls Police Seek Public Assistance in Locating Missing Woman

Smiths Falls Police Seek Public Assistance in Locating Missing Woman
Smiths Falls – The Smiths Falls Police Service is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a missing female. The person was reported missing to Smiths Falls Police on 15 March 2019 but Police have not been able to ascertain her whereabouts since 01 March 2019. The missing female is Christine CUTLER aged 56 of Smiths Falls. Christine is described, 5’5,... Read More