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Kemptville Live Music Festival Welcomes Juno Award Winner Sue Foley to 2017 LineUp

Kemptville Live Music Festival Welcomes Juno Award Winner Sue Foley to 2017 LineUp
Kemptville – The Kemptville Live Music Festival welcomes Juno Award winner Sue Foley to 2017 LineUp. Foley will play the Chez 106.1 stage on Saturday, July 22nd, 2017. Sue Foley returns to the blues for THE ICE QUEEN, her first solo album in 10 years! Recorded old-school ‘live and in the room,’ it features the likes of Jimmie Vaughan (The... Read More

Premier’s Statement on Renewed Negotiations with the Ontario Medical Association

Premier’s Statement on Renewed Negotiations with the Ontario Medical Association
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne released the following statement today: “Ontario’s doctors are essential to the delivery of a strong and sustainable health care sector. As we work to deliver on our mandate in health care to improve access, reduce wait times and improve the overall patient experience, we will only be stronger with a productive relationship with Ontario’s physicians. Earlier... Read More

Brockville’s Premier Lecture Series – Only 2 sessions remain

Brockville’s Premier Lecture Series – Only 2 sessions remain
BROCKVILLE – Brockville’s premier lecture series continues with two more fascinating lectures!  “The phones have been ringing off the hook” states the Museum’s Amy Mackie, “the response has been amazing this year!” The final lectures in the 14th annual series will feature local author Dan Black and well-known heritage interpreter Tobi Kiesewalter.  Both speakers will bring to life little-known stories... Read More

Victims lose more than $17 million in romance scams in 2016

Victims lose more than $17 million in romance scams in 2016
If you are looking for love online, be wary. In 2016, 748 victims lost over $17 million to scammers pretending to be in love. Scammers create fake online profiles on dating websites and social media, and attempt to gain their victim’s affection and trust. They develop the relationship over an extended period of time, increasing their victim’s trust. Typically, the higher the trust level, the... Read More

Palliative Care includes grief support in many forms

Palliative Care includes grief support in many forms
When thinking about palliative care, thoughts quickly drift to supporting the person at the end of their life’s journey.  One goal of the Brockville and District Hospital Palliative Care program at Brockville General Hospital is to provide comfort and dignity for the person living with a life-limiting illness.  Providing support to grieving family members, whether a relative, partner or friend,... Read More

X-Rays right at the bedside – thanks to the WDMH Auxiliary

X-Rays right at the bedside – thanks to the WDMH Auxiliary
WINCHESTER – As if they don’t already do enough – every day at WDMH! The Winchester District Memorial Hospital Auxiliary recently donated $191,675.47 for the purchase of a new portable x-ray machine. It provides the latest technology and can be brought right to the patient’s bedside. “We are so grateful to our volunteers,” says Team Leader, Shirley Rose. “The mobile... Read More

CPHC’s Meals on Wheels Program Partners up with Community for their Annual March for Meals Month

CPHC’s Meals on Wheels Program Partners up with Community for their Annual March for Meals Month
Support will help Enable seniors and those in need to remain living in their own homes for as long, healthy and safe as possible   CPHC announced today that it will be participating in the Annual March For Meals, a month-long, nationwide celebration of Meal on Wheels and to help raise awareness about vulnerable seniors, and those in need, who... Read More

Christmas 2016 was a record-breaker for Canada Post

Christmas 2016 was a record-breaker for Canada Post
OTTAWA – Christmas 2016 was a blockbuster for Canada Post, shattering every previous parcel delivery record. During the critical holiday period – which includes November, December and the first two weeks of January – the company played a central role in helping Canadian businesses grow through e-commerce. It set these and other delivery records: 26 days on which Canada Post delivered one... Read More

Health Canada safety review finds risk of serious skin burns with over-the-counter topical pain relievers containing menthol

Health Canada safety review finds risk of serious skin burns with over-the-counter topical pain relievers containing menthol
OTTAWA – Health Canada is advising Canadians that a safety review has found a risk of serious skin burns with the use of certain over-the-counter (OTC) topical pain relievers containing menthol. These pain relievers are applied to the skin to produce mild irritation or inflammation intended to help relieve muscle and joint pain. They contain one or more active ingredients and come... Read More

Forbes ranks CHEO as Canada’s No. 1 health-care employer, again

Forbes ranks CHEO as Canada’s No. 1 health-care employer, again
Ottawa – For the second year running, the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) is ranked No. 1 among health-care and social-sector employers, moving into the Top 10 at position 10 on Forbes’ list of Canada’s Best Employers. CHEO joins Google, Ubisoft, NAV Canada and Toronto Hydro in the top 10 best places to work in Canada. The Canada’s Best... Read More