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1000 Island Boat Museum Hosting Their 6th Annual Boat Show Saturday

1000 Island Boat Museum Hosting Their 6th Annual Boat Show Saturday
Also Celebrate the Grand Opening of the New Boathouse!!! Gananoque – The Thousand Islands Boat Museum in Gananoque will be hosting their 6th Annual Boat Show this Saturday, July 13th. Come out to celebrate not only the boat show but the Grand Opening of the Boathouse. It runs from 11:00am to 3:00pm and will feature; free boat rides, a display... Read More

Good Tuesday morning! Morning local weather update:

Good Tuesday morning! Morning local weather update:
Good Tuesday morning! Here is your morning local weather update:   Today’s Forecast   Today: A mix of sun and cloud. High 31. Humidex 33. UV index 8 or very high   Tonight: A few clouds. Low 16.   Tuesday: Mainly sunny. High 32. Humidex 35. UV index 8 or very high.   Currently around our region as of 8:00am... Read More

152nd Birthday of Canada Being Celebrated on Monday Throughout Leeds-Grenville

152nd Birthday of Canada Being Celebrated on Monday Throughout Leeds-Grenville
Leeds-Grenville – Canadians celebrate Canada’s 152nd birthday on Monday, July 1st and there are many events planned to celebrate throughout the Leeds and Grenville area tomorrow.   Brockville:   The annual Canada Day procession will start from City Hall at 11:45am and march down King Street to CourtHouse Ave, to the CourtHouse Green for the official Canada Day Ceremony.  ... Read More

OPP CONDUCT AGGRESSIVE DRIVING CAMPAIGN AS SPEEDERS CONTINUE TO MAKE ROADS UNSAFE

OPP CONDUCT AGGRESSIVE DRIVING CAMPAIGN AS SPEEDERS CONTINUE TO MAKE ROADS UNSAFE
ORILLIA – With Ontario highways and roads about to see some of the highest traffic volumes of the year, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) will be targeting aggressive drivers over the Canada Day Long Weekend.   The OPP responded to 64 speed-related collisions during last year’s Canada Day Long Weekend, three of which resulted in the loss of life. Officers laid 7,393 speeding charges over the... Read More

Impaired Driving Charge in Gananoque

Impaired Driving Charge in Gananoque
Gananoque – On Thursday June 27th, 2019 Gananoque Police Service were called to assist OPP in dealing with a possible impaired driver at a local business. Upon arrival, officers were directed to a female that had been observed attempting to leave the premise in her vehicle. While doing so, the female driver struck a vehicle parked adjacent hers. Staff members... Read More

OSSTF for UCDSB to Hold Rally Wednesday afternoon to Protest Elimination of Front-Line Student Support Staff

OSSTF for UCDSB to Hold Rally Wednesday afternoon to Protest Elimination of Front-Line Student Support Staff
Brockville – On Wednesday, June 26th from 4 pm until 5 pm, members of the Ontario Secondary School Teacher’s Federation (OSSTF) for the Upper Canada District School Board (UCDSB) will host a rally outside of the Board Office and Steve Clark’s office to protest the school board’s new budget that cuts 100% of Child and Youth Worker and Behaviorists (Student... Read More

Gananoque Police Reports for June 21st-23rd, 2019

Gananoque Police Reports for June 21st-23rd, 2019
Gananoque – Gananoque Police Reports for June 21st-23rd, 2019. June 21st, 2019 In the early hours of June 21st, 2019, the Gananoque Police were contacted by a concerned citizen regarding a domestic incident involving a couple in a moving vehicle on King Street East.  Officers located the subject vehicle and determined that the couple involved were travelling in the vehicle... Read More

Lake Ontario outflows to be maintained at record highs: International Lake Ontario – St. Lawrence River Board

Lake Ontario outflows to be maintained at record highs: International Lake Ontario – St. Lawrence River Board
Cornwall – The International Lake Ontario – St. Lawrence River Board says it is doing everything possible to provide all possible relief to Lake Ontario and upper St. Lawrence River residents, while considering impacts throughout the system. During its meeting on 21 June, the Board decided to maintain outflows at their current record-high levels, 10,400 m 3 /s (367,270 cfs),... Read More

Lake Ontario outflows to be maintained at record highs

Lake Ontario outflows to be maintained at record highs
The Board is doing everything possible to provide all possible relief to Lake Ontario and upper St. Lawrence River residents, while considering impacts throughout the system. During its meeting on 21 June, the Board decided to maintain outflows at their current record-high  levels, 10,400 m3/s (367,270 cfs), for the next week considering there is very little  capacity for passing water... Read More