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Ontario’s Emergency Management System Made Stronger Following False Alarm at Pickering Nuclear Plant

Ontario’s Emergency Management System Made Stronger Following False Alarm at Pickering Nuclear Plant
TORONTO — Today, Sylvia Jones, Solicitor General, issued the following statement about the investigation into the emergency alert error: “On the morning of January 12th, an emergency alert regarding the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station was sent across Ontario in error. Our government regrets the serious concern many people felt as a result of the alert. In response, I called for... Read More

Ontario Confirms Positive Case of COVID-19

Ontario Confirms Positive Case of COVID-19
The Husband of Ontario’s Fifth Case Now Confirmed Positive TORONTO — Today, Dr. David Williams, Chief Medical Officer of Health, confirmed that the husband of Ontario’s fifth case of COVID-19 has tested positive for the virus. The man, in his 60s, is currently in self-isolation. “We are working alongside Toronto Public Health, who is now and will continue to be... Read More

Aligning Corporate Services Supports Coordinated Care

Aligning Corporate Services Supports Coordinated Care
Brockville – A new corporate services arrangement between Lanark, Leeds and Grenville Addictions and Mental Health (LLGAMH) and Brockville General Hospital (BGH) will support the best care for people living with addictions and mental health issues. As of April 1, 2020, BGH will be providing back-office services to LLGAMH, including human resources, payroll, financial services, and information technology. At a... Read More

Bears Win 3-2 Over Hawkesbury Wednesday Night

Bears Win 3-2 Over Hawkesbury Wednesday Night
Hawkesbury – One game of CCHL action on Wednesday night as the Smiths Falls Bears grabbed a big road victory over Hawkesbury beating them 3-2. Noah Adams, Theo Todd, and Ryan Richardson netted goals, while Victor Desjardins made 47-saves as Smiths Falls improved their season record to 30-22-3-2. Hawkesbury, who saw their record drop to 34-21-2-0, had goals from Luke... Read More

Bears Beat Braves 7-6 in Shootout Tuesday Night

Bears Beat Braves 7-6 in Shootout Tuesday Night
Smiths Falls – In the lone Tuesday night CCHL contest, the Smiths Falls Bears topped the Brockville Braves via Shootout 7-6 in Central Canada Hockey League action. Cade Helmer, Bruce Coltart, Justin Trudel, Theo Todd, Ryan Richardson, and Reid Russett scored in regulation, Russett went on to add the shootout winner, while Victor Desjardins made 30-saves as Smiths Falls stormed... Read More

Friends of the Brockville Library Present Meet the Author: Sandra Jackson February 29th

Friends of the Brockville Library Present Meet the Author: Sandra Jackson February 29th
Brockville – The Friends of the Brockville Public Library present this month’s Meet the Author: Sandra Jackson this Saturday, February 29th at 3:00pm at the Brockville Public Library. Join the friends to listen to Sandra J. Jackson for an intimate and interactive afternoon chat about being a writer and her Escape series books: Playing in the Rain and Catching Butterflies.... Read More

2nd of the Freeze Your Buns Runs Being Held Saturday

2nd of the Freeze Your Buns Runs Being Held Saturday
Brockville – The second race of the 3 race Freeze Your Buns Series takes place this Saturday, Feb. 29th. Registration starts at 8:00 am at the Brockville Memorial Center. The under 13, 1 km event, begins at 9:00am. The 5 km event heads out shortly after at 9:15am. Participants in all three races earn a long sleeve shirt. Funds from... Read More

Winter Storm Warning continues for: Merrickville-Wolford – Kemptville, Westport – Charleston Lake, Smiths Falls – Lanark – Sharbot Lake, Morrisburg – SD&G

Winter Storm Warning continues for: Merrickville-Wolford – Kemptville, Westport – Charleston Lake, Smiths Falls – Lanark – Sharbot Lake, Morrisburg – SD&G
Winter Storm Warning continues for: Merrickville-Wolford – Kemptville, Westport – Charleston Lake, Smiths Falls – Lanark – Sharbot Lake, Morrisburg – SD&G Snow tapering to flurries early this afternoon. Ending this evening. Total snowfall amounts of 15 to 25 cm are possible by this afternoon and evening. Consider postponing non-essential travel until conditions improve. Prepare for quickly changing and deteriorating... Read More