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Gananoque Police Reports for Feb 19th, 2019

Gananoque Police Reports for Feb 19th, 2019
Gananoque – Gananoque Police Reports for Feb 19th, 2019. February 14, 2019 On February 14, 2019 the Gananoque Police Service was contacted by a female regarding unwanted contact from her ex-husband. The male had been previously charged for domestic related offences and was released at bail court on conditions, including to have no direct or indirect contact with the female.... Read More

All UCDSB Schools Will ReOpen Thursday Feb 14th, 2019

All UCDSB Schools Will ReOpen Thursday Feb 14th, 2019
Brockville – All schools and board offices within the Upper Canada District School Board will be open on Thursday, February 14, 2019.  We are looking forward to welcoming our students and staff back to school in the morning. All extended day programs and child care centers operating on our school properties will also be open.  Community use of schools will also... Read More

CRCA CO-HOSTS TREE PLANTING AND FOREST MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP

CRCA CO-HOSTS TREE PLANTING AND FOREST MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP
GANANOQUE – The Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority is co-hosting a special workshop with Forests Ontario that will be of great benefit to property owners interested in large-scale tree planting and the stewardship of forested properties. The free event takes place next Monday, Feb. 18, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Lou Jeffries, Gananoque & T.L.T.I Recreation Centre, 600 King Street... Read More

Runciman Appointed New Chair of St. Lawrence Parks Commission

Runciman Appointed New Chair of St. Lawrence Parks Commission
Morrisburg – The Honourable Michael Tibollo, Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport, has announced the appointment of Senator Bob Runciman as the new Chair of the St. Lawrence Parks Commission (SLPC). He will begin his four-year term immediately. Senator Runciman is a veteran Canadian politician. He was first elected to the Legislative Assembly of Ontario in 1981, where he held... Read More

Do something sweet for animals in need by hosting a National Cupcake Day Party

Do something sweet for animals in need by hosting a National Cupcake Day Party
The icing on the cupcake is giving animals a second chance Brockville – Get out the mixing bowls and preheat those ovens! National Cupcake Day™ is coming up on Monday, Feb. 25 and the Ontario SPCA – Leeds & Grenville Animal Centre is looking for Cupcake Champions who will “bake” a difference for animals in need during this delicious fundraising... Read More

Gananoque Police Seek Individual with Talent and Creativity for Design Contest

Gananoque Police Seek Individual with Talent and Creativity for Design Contest
It’s CONTEST Time!  Gananoque – Do you have talent and creativity?If so, you are the one we that the Gananoque Police are looking for! The Gananoque Police Service is looking for someone to design a flag to represent the Gananoque Police Service. This flag will be proudly displayed at the Gananoque Police Service. Artwork to be submitted to Rhonda Robeson, rrobeson@gananoquepolice.com... Read More

Gananoque Police Reports for Dec 20th, 2018

Gananoque Police Reports for Dec 20th, 2018
Gananoque – On December 20, 2018 the Gananoque Police Service arrested a 21-year-old Prescott male on an outstanding arrest warrant from a shoplifting incident from an east end business in Gananoque.  The male was identified as the accused from an incident in September 2018 where the male entered the business and stole a $599.99 hoverboard and fled the business.  The male... Read More

CRCA ISSUES A WATERSHED CONDITIONS STATEMENT – WATER SAFETY

CRCA ISSUES A WATERSHED CONDITIONS STATEMENT – WATER SAFETY
KINGSTON – The Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority (CRCA) has issued a Watershed Conditions Statement – Water Safety today. Rainfall amounts of 30 – 50 mm are forecasted for Thursday night and Friday across the region, with Kingston and areas to the north expected to receive as much as 45 – 50 mm. Brockville is forecasted to receive 30 – 35... 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