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Budget delivers nothing for Leeds-Grenville

Budget delivers nothing for Leeds-Grenville
Ottawa – Gord Brown, Member of Parliament for Leeds-Grenville – Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes, says the new budget offers nothing for Leeds-Grenville except more taxes. “After nickle and diming people to death last year by eliminating tax credits, and raising taxes for small businesses, this budget continues that trend,“ says Brown. Last year the government hiked taxes on gasoline... Read More

401 MULTI VEHICLE COLLISIONS — UPDATE #4 — HIGHWAY REOPENS

401 MULTI VEHICLE COLLISIONS — UPDATE #4 — HIGHWAY REOPENS
LEEDS –   Both eastbound and westbound lanes of Highway 401 are now open. On the 14th of March 2017 at about 2:00 P.M. members of the Ontario Provincial Police responded to a multi vehicle collision on Highway 401 westbound, in Leeds and the Thousands Township. After a lengthy closure and investigation into multi vehicle collisions that claimed the life of a... Read More

SENATOR BOB RUNCIMAN ENDORSES ERIN O’TOOLE FOR LEADERSHIP

SENATOR BOB RUNCIMAN ENDORSES ERIN O’TOOLE FOR LEADERSHIP
BROCKVILLE – Senator Bob Runciman announced today he is backing Durham MP Erin O’Toole for the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada. “Erin has all the qualities and experience we need in a Prime Minister,” Runciman said. “He spent 10 years in the armed forces, he practised corporate law and he was an outstanding Minister of Veteran’s Affairs. He’s a... Read More

OPP – 401 MULTI VEHICLE COLLISIONS – UPDATE #3

OPP – 401 MULTI VEHICLE COLLISIONS – UPDATE #3
LEEDS-   Members of the Ontario Provincial Police are continuing to investigate multi vehicle collisions on Highway 401. On the 14th of March 2017 at about 2:00 P.M. members of the Ontario Provincial Police responded to a multi vehicle collision on Highway 401 westbound, in Leeds and the Thousands Township.  Investigation revealed there were two separate collisions. The primary collision occurred just... Read More

UPDATED: Both Lanes of Highway 401 Between Mallorytown & Lansdowne Remain Closed After Multi-Vehicle Collision

UPDATED: Both Lanes of Highway 401 Between Mallorytown & Lansdowne Remain Closed After Multi-Vehicle Collision
Highway to Remain Closed For Most of the Day, One Tractor-Trailer Driver has died of his Injuries! Lansdowne – Ontario Provincial Police are continuing to investigate the multi vehicle collisions that happened on Highway 401 between Mallorytown and Lansdowne. Read More

UPDATED: Multi-Vehicle Collision Closes Both Lanes of Highway 401 Between Mallorytown & Lansdowne

UPDATED: Multi-Vehicle Collision Closes Both Lanes of Highway 401 Between Mallorytown & Lansdowne
Photo courtesy of Ontario Traffic Township Says Site Contained & Recovery Efforts Underway on 401 Lansdowne – Emergency crews have been on the scene of a multi-vehicle collision that occurred on Highway 401 between Mallorytown and Lansdowne since 2:00pm Tuesday afternoon. Read More

Gord Brown and Poverty Reduction Alliance host consultation on poverty reduction strategy

Gord Brown and Poverty Reduction Alliance  host consultation on poverty reduction strategy
Brockville – Gord Brown, Member of Parliament for Leeds-Grenville – Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes along with the Leeds-Grenville Poverty Reduction Alliance host a community consultation on Monday, March 27from 5 – 7 pm at the 1000 Islands Mall large community room. This is an opportunity for local residents to share what they want the federal government to consider as it develops a... Read More

Gananoque Police Seek to Identify Male in Conjunction with Ongoing Case

Gananoque Police Seek to Identify Male in Conjunction with Ongoing Case
GANANOQUE – The Gananoque Police Service is seeking the assistance of the public in identifying this male. Police feel he may have vital information regarding an ongoing investigation and wish to speak with him. The male was observed entering the passenger side of the vehicle in the photo. Anyone with information is being asked to contact the Investigating Officer, Constable... Read More