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Freezing rain warning in effect for Brockville & Leeds-Grenville For Tonight

Freezing rain warning in effect for Brockville & Leeds-Grenville For Tonight
Freezing rain tonight. Snow will begin late this afternoon, then change to ice pellets this evening. Snow and ice pellets amounts of 2 to 5 cm are expected. Precipitation will change to freezing rain after midnight. Freezing rain will change to rain early Thursday morning as temperatures rise above the zero degree mark. Untreated surfaces may become icy and slippery.... Read More

9 More Graduate EEC’s Hospitality Career Catalyst Program

9 More Graduate EEC’s Hospitality Career Catalyst Program
Front Row: left to right Melissa Cross, Melissa McInrue, Laurelle Avery, Program Facilitator, Melissa Marshall, Ashley Edwards. Back Row: Left to Right Glen Laviolette, Natalie Thompson, Danielle Charette, Marnie Slack, Tamara Baldwin, Employment Coach. Absent from photo: Todd Inglis Brockville – The Hospitality Career Catalyst Program hosted by the Employment & Education Centre (EEC) wrapped up its second edition last... Read More

AGH VOLUNTEER RECEIVES LEADERSHIP AWARD

AGH VOLUNTEER RECEIVES LEADERSHIP AWARD
Almonte – Every Tuesday, you can find John Coderre in the Physiotherapy Department at Almonte General Hospital, helping patients and staff. As a volunteer, John changes linens, cleans equipment, does some filing and helps out whenever he can. “It’s a busy job and it’s a meaningful job,” says John. “And they are great people.” The Physio team agrees. “It is such an... Read More

Dundas Manor Welcomes New Resident and Family Care Coordinator

Dundas Manor Welcomes New Resident and Family Care Coordinator
New Role at Dundas Manor Supports Quality Care Winchester – Chelsea VanMoorsel started working at Dundas Manor right after she finished her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at St. Lawrence College. Seven years later, she has a new role as RN, Resident and Family Care Coordinator. The new leadership position supports residents, families and staff members. “I’m starting from scratch and... Read More

Students Learn about Indigenous Tradition of Environmental Stewardship at iLead Day

Students Learn about Indigenous Tradition of Environmental Stewardship at iLead Day
Brockville – Students from the Upper Canada District School Board’s Indigenous Leadership (iLead) program gathered at the Brockville Aquatarium yesterday to learn about traditional environmental stewardship. The event was attended by 100 students, comprised of iLead members and their nonIndigenous friends. iLead is the Board’s Indigenous Leadership program. It brings selfidentified students together five times annually for leadership opportunities and to discover the... Read More

Name the Puppy 2019: Help the RCMP name their newest puppies

Name the Puppy 2019: Help the RCMP name their newest puppies
Innisfail, Alberta – The Royal Canadian Mounted Police needs your help to name the next generation of police dogs. The chosen names will be given to 13 German Shepherd puppies born at the Police Dog Service Training Centre in Innisfail, Alberta. The 13 children whose names are selected will each receive a laminated 8×10-inch photo of the pup they name, a plush dog named Justice... Read More

Edwardsburgh Cardinal Welcomes Team Truck and Equipment to Johnstown Industrial Park

Edwardsburgh Cardinal Welcomes Team Truck and Equipment to Johnstown Industrial Park
Johnstown – The Township of Edwardsburgh Cardinal Council welcomed the very first new business of 2019 this week.   Team Truck and Equipment has just opened up on Commerce  drive in the Johnstown Industrial Park. Matt Wallace was on hand prior to the Committee meeting to announce the opening of their new business. Team Truck and Equipment repairs have all the latest... Read More

Smiths Falls Gives Generous Gift to City of Brockville

Smiths Falls Gives Generous Gift to City of Brockville
Brockville – Smiths Falls is providing a bell to go back to the entrance of the Brockville Railway Tunnel. A heartwarming gesture and collaboration between neighbouring cities, turning a disheartening incident into a positive story. “The City of Brockville expresses its sincere thank you to Mayor Shawn Pankow and the Town of Smiths Falls as well as the Railway Museum of Eastern... Read More

Lyn Public School Hosts Fundraising Breakfast

Lyn Public School Hosts Fundraising Breakfast
Lyn – Today the students from Lyn Public School kicked off their spirit week with a pajama day and pancake breakfast to help raise funds for the Champions of Kids Foundation (C4K). Students gathered in the gym and sat cafeteria style in their house teams while staff served and topped pancakes with maple syrup. The syrup was donated by Golden Moment Farm in... Read More

CANARM LTD AND CANARM EMPLOYEES DONATE $300,000 TO BROCKVILLE GENERAL HOSPITAL’S UNDER ONE ROOF CAPITAL CAMPAIGN

CANARM LTD AND CANARM EMPLOYEES DONATE $300,000 TO BROCKVILLE GENERAL HOSPITAL’S UNDER ONE ROOF CAPITAL CAMPAIGN
Brockville – The Brockville and District Hospital Foundation (BDHF) would like to thank Canarm Ltd., and their employees 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 Hospital presently provided at both the Charles... Read More