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#VOTE4 HOUSING ALL CANDIDATES DEBATE – FRIDAY, AUGUST 2ND

#VOTE4 HOUSING ALL CANDIDATES DEBATE – FRIDAY, AUGUST 2ND
Brockville – On Friday, August 2nd, 2019 there will be a Housing Candidates Debate at 3:00PM at Royal Brockville Retirement Living at 100 Stewart Blvd in Brockville, Ontario. The event will run between 1 and 1.5 hours and is free of charge to attend. There will be the option to donate to the Pathways to Prosperity student grant for local... Read More

Wednesday Morning Local Weather Update: July 31, 2019

Wednesday Morning Local Weather Update: July 31, 2019
Good Wednesday morning Merrickville, Kemptville, Spencerville and the rest of Leeds-Grenville, Lanark and Dundas! and the rest of Leeds-Grenville, Lanark and Dundas! Morning local weather update: Today’s Forecast A mix of sun and cloud. 30 percent chance of showers late this afternoon with risk of a thunderstorm. High 27. Humidex 32. UV index 8 or very high. Tonight: Partly cloudy... Read More

PROVINCE NOMINATES BROCKVILLE TRANSIT BUS REPLACEMENT FOR FUNDING

PROVINCE NOMINATES BROCKVILLE TRANSIT BUS REPLACEMENT FOR FUNDING
Leeds-Grenville-Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes MPP Steve Clark, left, stands with Brockville City Transit driver Don Haffie and Brockville Mayor Jason Baker after announcing the provincial government has nominated a $787,686 project to replace the city’s five buses to the federal government. – Submitted Photo FEDERAL GOVERNMENT MUST GIVE FINAL APPROVAL OF $787,686 PROJECT BROCKVILLE – Leeds-Grenville-Thousand Islands and Rideau... Read More

New Phillips Cables Historic Plaque to be Unveiled on Wednesday

New Phillips Cables Historic Plaque to be Unveiled on Wednesday
Brockville – A New Phillips Cables Plaque is to be unveiled this Wednesday, July 31st along the Brock Trail just south of King Street across from St. Lawrence Park. The official unveiling is to be held at 2:00 pm on the Brock Trail. The media and the general public is invited to attend the official unveiling of a new Heritage... Read More

THE FAMILY OF MIKE FERRIS AND JEN BURNS DONATE $25,000 TO THE UNDER ONE ROOF CAMPAIGN

THE FAMILY OF MIKE FERRIS AND JEN BURNS DONATE $25,000 TO THE UNDER ONE ROOF CAMPAIGN
Pictured here seated: (l-r) Mike and Jen’s daughters Zoe, and Ruby. Back row: (l-r) Heather Halladay, BDHF Chair, Mike Ferris, Jen Burns and Nick Vlacholias, BGH President and CEO. – Submitted Photo Brockville – The Brockville and District Hospital Foundation (BDHF) would like to thank the family of Mike Ferris and Jen Burns for their generous donation of $25,000 to... Read More

Lansdowne Man Faces Impaired Charges

Lansdowne Man Faces Impaired Charges
Gananoque – On July 27, 2019 officers while on routine patrol observed a male operating a motor vehicle in the wrong direction on a one-way roadway in the Town of Gananoque. The male was also recognized by officers and was known to have a disqualified driver’s license from previous criminal code driving convictions. Officers conducted a traffic stop and confirmed... Read More

100+ Years of Education at Kemptville Campus Being Celebrated Sept. 28th!

100+ Years of Education at Kemptville Campus Being Celebrated Sept. 28th!
Kemptville –  A celebration of 100 Years of Education at Kemptville Campus is being planned for Saturday, September 28, 2019, on the grounds of Kemptville Campus. Hosted by Kemptville Campus in partnership with the Municipality of North Grenville, festivities will include on-site demonstrations by teachers/students from the school boards on Campus, historical displays of artifacts and photos, tours of educational... Read More

Cannabis Retail Stores in Brockville, Where Should They Be Located?: Online Survey By City

Cannabis Retail Stores in Brockville, Where Should They Be Located?: Online Survey By City
Brockville – The City of Brockville has launched an online survey to gain feedback from city residents relating to the location of Cannabis Retail Stores within the city limits. The Ontario Government are accepting applications from shops looking to set up in cities of a population of 50,000 or less. Currently the only provincial stipulation is to keep shops 150... Read More