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Gananoque Police Investigating Disturbance Involving Firearm

Gananoque Police Investigating Disturbance Involving Firearm
Gananoque – The Gananoque Police are investigating a disturbance involving a firearm. The incident occurred on Wednesday October 30th , 2019 between 9:30am – 10:30am near the intersection of William Street North and Cooper Alley in Gananoque. Police are interested in speaking with anyone who may have information relating to the above noted incident. Witnesses can contact the investigator, Sergeant... Read More

Brockville Artists’ Studio Annual Exhibit and Sale This Weekend

Brockville Artists’ Studio Annual Exhibit and Sale This Weekend
Brockville – This weekend, running from Friday, November 1st to Sunday, November 3rd is the Brockville Artists’ Studio Annual Exhibit and Sale at the Brockville Memorial Centre. Twenty-two artists will be showcasing hundreds of paintings. All original works in all sizes and mediums. There will be an opening reception on Friday evening with music and refreshments. Show continues Sat and... Read More

GOVERNMENT TABLES BILL TO CREATE NEW ANIMAL WELFARE SYSTEM

GOVERNMENT TABLES BILL TO CREATE NEW ANIMAL WELFARE SYSTEM
PAWS ACT OFFERS MORE INSPECTORS, STRONGER PENALTIES: CLARK BROCKVILLE — Solicitor General Sylvia Jones introduced legislation today that will better protect animals from abuse and neglect, while creating a more robust enforcement system and the strongest penalties ever in Canada for people who violate animal welfare laws. “We made a commitment to take action and develop a modern animal welfare... Read More

Ontario Adopts New Animal Welfare System

Ontario Adopts New Animal Welfare System
Made-In-Ontario Model Offers More Inspectors and Stronger Penalties TORONTO — Today, Ontario is introducing legislation to better protect animals from abuse and neglect by proposing the strongest penalties in Canada for offenders, and a more robust enforcement system. “We made a commitment to take action and develop a modern animal welfare enforcement system to keep animals safe. I am proud... Read More

North Glengarry TWP Resident Charged Following OPP Investigation

North Glengarry TWP Resident Charged Following OPP Investigation
ORILLIA – Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) has charged a North Glengarry Township resident following a lengthy investigation into allegations of municipal corruption and fraud. On November 9, 2017, the OPP received a complaint from the North Glengarry Township, in relation to the results of an internal audit conducted by the township. The allegations were of corruption and fraud by a then... Read More

OPP LAY CHARGES IN FIRES ON GRENADIER ISLAND

OPP LAY CHARGES IN FIRES ON GRENADIER ISLAND
LANSDOWNE –   At approximately 8:30 a.m., on Saturday October 26, 2019, members of the Leeds County Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) were contacted by Leeds and 1000 Islands Fire Services reporting a fire at two boat houses on Grenadier Island. Leeds and 1000 Island Fire Services as well as Alexandria Bay Fire Services were at the scene. OPP attended the... Read More

Fraud Charges Laid in Online Dating Investigation

Fraud Charges Laid in Online Dating Investigation
EDWARDSBURGH – On October 18, 2019, officers from the Grenville County Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) began an investigation after a report of an online dating fraud where the accused would collect money from the victim in person. Investigation revealed that the victim was defrauded out of a substantial amount Nosa ORIAKHI, 33 year old from North York, Ontario was... Read More

Winner of the 5th Annual Leeds Grenville Immigrant Entrepreneur Award is Yun Ting Tsai of Panache Bakery & Café in Gananoque

Winner of the 5th Annual Leeds Grenville Immigrant Entrepreneur Award is Yun Ting Tsai of Panache Bakery & Café in Gananoque
Brockville – The St. Lawrence – Rideau Immigration Partnership is pleased to announce that Yun Ting Tsai of Panache Bakery & Café, is the winner of the 5th Annual Leeds Grenville Immigrant Entrepreneur Award. Ting was recognized at the Bridges to Better Business Conference hosted by the Leeds Grenville Small Business Enterprise Centre on Thursday, October 24th at the Brockville... Read More

BROCKVILLE GENERAL VOLUNTEER ASSOCIATION (BGVA) PROVIDES ANNUAL SUPPORT TO BROCKVILLE GENERAL HOSPITAL’S CARDIAC REHAB PROGRAM

BROCKVILLE GENERAL VOLUNTEER ASSOCIATION (BGVA) PROVIDES ANNUAL SUPPORT TO BROCKVILLE GENERAL HOSPITAL’S CARDIAC REHAB PROGRAM
Pictured from left to right are: Mary McCauley, Norma Banford, Elizabeth Wollaston, Sherry Martucci, Barbara Gravelin all BGVA Members, and Travis Coughlin, BGH Kinesiologist for the Cardiac Rehab Program. Front row (Left to right): Carole Crump, BGVA Member, Helen Ostap, BGH RN, Nick Vlacholias, BGH President & CEO, Sandra Devaney, BGVA President, Donna Shram, BGVA, Vice-President, Julie Caffin, BGH Vice-President... Read More