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Sayeau Elected as 2019-2020 Warden for Leeds & Grenville

Sayeau Elected as 2019-2020 Warden for Leeds & Grenville
Brockville – Leeds and Grenville counties councillors elected Pat Sayeau, Mayor of the Township of Edwardsburgh Cardinal, as Warden for 2019-2020. Warden Sayeau was first elected as Mayor of the Township of Edwardsburgh Cardinal in 2014 and is currently starting his second term on Counties Council. For the term ahead Mr. Sayeau made reference to the challenges, stating “the provincial... Read More

OPP Investigating Suspicious Death in Rideau Lakes

OPP Investigating Suspicious Death in Rideau Lakes
Rideau Lakes Twsp. – Members of the Leeds County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Crime Unit and OPP Forensic Identification Unit are continuing an investigation into a death in Rideau Lakes Township. On the morning of December 13, 2018 members of the OPP Rideau Lakes Detachment responded to a death at a residence on Perth Road North in Rideau Lakes. The... Read More

Centennial ’67 Public School Hosts 41st Annual Christmas Dinner

Centennial ’67 Public School Hosts 41st Annual Christmas Dinner
Katie and Ronnie Schultz and their grandma Mrs. Schultz at the 41st annual Grandparent Dinner. – Submitted Photo Spencerville – Grades 4, 5 and 6 students from Centennial ’67 Public School in the Upper Canada District School Board invited their grandparents and members of the community to their 41st annual Grandparent Dinner on Wednesday, December 12 at the Drummond Building... Read More

Former Fire Chief of Gananoque & Leeds & 1000 Islands Twsp. Charged

Former Fire Chief of Gananoque & Leeds & 1000 Islands Twsp. Charged
Gananoque/Twsp. of Leeds & 1000 Islands – Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have charged former Fire Chief Gerry Bennett, an Elgin resident following an investigation into irregularities at the Town of Gananoque, the Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands and the Gananoque Firefighters Association. In December 2016, the OPP received a complaint from the Town of Gananoque and the Township... Read More

Toniata Public School is a Top 10 Finalist for the CBC Music Challenge – VIDEOS

Toniata Public School is a Top 10 Finalist for the CBC Music Challenge – VIDEOS
Brockville – Upper Canada District School Board’s Toniata Public School placed in the top 10 for the CBC Canadian Music Class Challenge for the Category MusiCounts Passion Prize this week. The CBC Canadian Music Class Challenge is a nation-wide challenge to promote music education in the country. CBC invited music instructors to teach their students a Canadian song from a... Read More

“That was wonderful”, “I know some of those children”, “Thank you so much”

“That was wonderful”, “I know some of those children”, “Thank you so much”
Students from Morrisburg Public School made 467 empathy cards that were distributed to patients and staff at WDMH. Cards will also be shared with residents at Dundas Manor. – Submitted Photo Winchester – These were just some of the comments overheard as students from Morrisburg Public School toured WDMH, handing out empathy cards and singing Christmas carols for patients and staff.... Read More

Friends of Foley Mountain Invest in Children and Outdoor Education with Purchase of Snowshoes

Friends of Foley Mountain Invest in Children and Outdoor Education with Purchase of Snowshoes
WESTPORT — Thanks to the hard work and fundraising efforts of the Friends of Foley Mountain, hundreds of students will be able to experience the wonder of Foley Mountain trails by snowshoe this winter. Forty-four new pairs of snowshoes arrived at the Conservation Area last week, just in time for winter programing. Foley Mountain Conservation Area, owned and operated by... Read More

SD&G OPP Investigating Armed Robbery

SD&G OPP Investigating Armed Robbery
SOUTH DUNDAS – On December 12, 2018 at approximately 12:08am, Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry (SD&G) Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers, with the assistance of OPP Emergency Response Team, responded to a report of an armed robbery at the Circle K convenience store in the Village of Iroquois, South Dundas Township. Investigation indicated one unknown suspect entered the store with a... Read More

Paid parking returns December 17 at BGH

Paid parking returns December 17 at BGH
Brockville – Effective Monday, December 17, paid parking will come into effect at Brockville General Hospital (BGH). For the last six months parking fees have been suspended as construction on the 93-bed patient tower took over the previous staff and visitor parking lots. Following the completion of the north parking lot and the successful installation of the parking gates, paid parking... Read More