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Prime Minister welcomes the Twenty-Sixth Annual Report on the Public Service of Canada

Prime Minister welcomes the Twenty-Sixth Annual Report on the Public Service of Canada
Ottawa – The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today welcomed the Twenty-Sixth Annual Report on the Public Service of Canada from the Clerk of the Privy Council and Head of the Federal Public Service. The report shares stories of the many public servants whose hard work and dedication make our Public Service among the best in the world. These stories show how... Read More

Brockville Police Reports for April 10th, 2019

Brockville Police Reports for April 10th, 2019
Brockville – Brockville Police Reports for April 10th, 2019. Missing Persons: As previously released on social media, we are attempting to locate 68 year old Karen Tedford. She is described as being 5’2, 160lbs. Last seen wearing mauve fleece sweater, beige coat and black leggings and has shoulder length hair.  She was last seen in Brockville three days ago.  We... Read More

Impaired Drivers Charged in Leeds County: Investigation Ongoing

Impaired Drivers Charged in Leeds County: Investigation Ongoing
LEEDS –   Officers of the Leeds County Detachments of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are continuing investigations into incidents involving impaired drivers. On April 4, 2019, just after midnight, OPP officers received a complaint about a vehicle on Temperance lake Road in Elizabethtown – Kitley Township. After an investigation 23 year old Tyler BERRYof Leeds and the Thousand Islands Township was arrested... Read More

Thousand Islands Secondary School Wins Upper Canada Cup Intermediate Girls’ Basketball Championship

Thousand Islands Secondary School Wins Upper Canada Cup Intermediate Girls’ Basketball Championship
Brockville – Thousand Islands Secondary School (TISS) defeated Perth and District Collegiate Institute (PDCI) 33-32 Tuesday to take the Upper Canada Cup Intermediate Girls’ Basketball Championship in Perth. “I am so proud of our girls,” said Coach Joe Wilson of the victory over their hosts. “They really persevered today. They had to play five full-court games and they did so... Read More

OPP Have Tresspass Concerns at Rock Dunder

OPP Have 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 Acting Inspector Nancy Graves advises that, “While the OPP will... Read More

Char-Lan District High School Student Qualifies for Skills Ontario Competition

Char-Lan District High School Student Qualifies for Skills Ontario Competition
Brockville – Char-Lan District High School student Nicholas Oeggerli placed first in individual carpentry Saturday, April 6 at the Skills Ontario Qualifying Competition in Kingston. The Grade 11 student will advance to the Skills Ontario Competition in Toronto May 6-8. He also earned a red ribbon for first, as well as a $500 bursary to attend St. Lawrence College after... Read More

BALLYMENAGH FOUNDATION INC.’S DONATION BRINGS THE UNDER ONE ROOF CAMPAIGN CLOSER TO $20,000,000 GOAL

BALLYMENAGH FOUNDATION INC.’S DONATION BRINGS THE UNDER ONE ROOF CAMPAIGN CLOSER TO $20,000,000 GOAL
Brockville – The Brockville and District Hospital Foundation (BDHF) would like to thank The Ballymenagh Foundation Inc. established in 1988 by the late Barbara Webster for their extremely generous donation to the “Under One Roof” Campaign, in support of the Brockville General Hospital’s Phase II Redevelopment Project. The purpose of this project is to amalgamate the services of the Brockville General... Read More

Rideau Valley Conservation Authority releases 2018 annual report

Rideau Valley Conservation Authority releases 2018 annual report
RVCA planted six millionth tree, welcomed 200,000 visitors in 2018 Manotick – Close your eyes. Can you picture six million trees? We can – because that’s how many we’ve planted since 1984. The Rideau Valley Conservation Authority (RVCA) has released its 2018 annual report, and among our many accomplishments from the past year, the planting of our six millionth tree... Read More