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NEW LOCAL FOOD GOAL CREATES OPPORTUNITIES FOR FARMERS: CLARK

NEW LOCAL FOOD GOAL CREATES OPPORTUNITIES FOR FARMERS: CLARK
GOVERNMENT OPENS DOOR FOR MORE LOCAL FOOD IN PUBLIC SECTOR BROCKVILLE – The Ontario government is removing red tape barriers and opening the door for local food in the broader public sector by making it easier for organizations like colleges, universities, hospitals and municipalities to serve local food. Leeds-Grenville-Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes MPP Steve Clark today congratulated Minister of Agriculture,... Read More

Thousand Islands Elementary School Students Learn Yoga

Thousand Islands Elementary School Students Learn Yoga
Lansdowne – Thousand Islands Elementary School (TIES) students learned yoga Friday, discovering ways to stay fit and regulate their emotions. Kelly McGann, an instructor with The Leger Room Yoga, led different classes in onehour sessions, teaching them poses and breathing exercises. Sessions were held throughout the day, benefitting the school’s more than 300 students. Principal Suzanne Morrison said the sessions... Read More

MPP CLARK SAYS INVESTMENTS IN CRITICAL PROJECTS WILL CREATE JOBS, HELP FAMILIES AND BUSINESSES

MPP CLARK SAYS INVESTMENTS IN CRITICAL PROJECTS  WILL CREATE JOBS, HELP FAMILIES AND BUSINESSES
ONTARIO LAUNCHES $30 BILLION INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDING PROGRAM BROCKVILLE – Ontario’s Government is working for the people to make the province’s roads safer, commutes easier and communities healthier, says Leeds-Grenville-Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes MPP Steve Clark. Clark made the comment today after the government unveiled a new infrastructure funding program that will help create and protect good jobs across the... Read More

MedicAlert Connect Protect service will help The Brockville Police Service and The Gananoque Police Service officers reunite lost, wandering, and vulnerable individuals with their families

MedicAlert Connect Protect service will help The Brockville Police Service and The Gananoque Police Service officers reunite lost, wandering, and vulnerable individuals with their families
Brockville – The Brockville Police Service are partnering with MedicAlert Foundation Canada to better help officers quickly locate lost or missing vulnerable individuals, such as those living with autism, Alzheimer’s, dementia, or other cognitive brain injuries, so they can be quickly and safely returned to their loved ones. MedicAlert Connect Protect gives police officers 24-hour access to a registered subscriber’s... Read More

CPHC is hosting ‘A Night in Hawaii’ March 22, 2019

CPHC is hosting ‘A Night in Hawaii’  March 22, 2019
Community & Primary Health Care (CPHC) to host a fun night out with… DJ Johnny Five/Dancing, Silent Auction, Hors D’ Oeuvres, Photobooth, Bar and Prizes Every ½ Hour. Brockville – CPHC will be hosting a themed night out on March 22, 2019. This year’s event is called ‘A Night in Hawaii’ and will be taking place at the Brockville Convention... Read More

Special weather statement in effect for our entire region!

Special weather statement in effect for our entire region!
Special weather statement in effect for: Brockville – Prescott, Gananoque – Mallorytown, Merrickville-Wolford – Kemptville, Westport – Charleston Lake, Smiths Falls – Lanark, Morrsiburg – Cornwall More snow on the way Sunday. Snow associated with an approaching Colorado Low will move into Eastern Ontario early Sunday morning and will persist for much of the day. The snow may briefly change to rain... Read More

GOVERNMENT CUTTING RED TAPE FOR CREDIT UNIONS: CLARK

GOVERNMENT CUTTING RED TAPE FOR CREDIT UNIONS: CLARK
BROCKVILLE – The government is cutting red tape for credit unions, helping open the door for them to assist more entrepreneurs in starting and growing their businesses to create jobs. Leeds-Grenville-Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes MPP Steve Clark highlighted new regulations which, if passed, would allow credit unions in Ontario to participate in group loans led by banks and federally... Read More

Gananoque Police Warn Public to be Aware of Ongoing Scams

Gananoque Police Warn Public to be Aware of Ongoing Scams
Gananoque – Gananoque Police Warn Public to be Aware of Ongoing Scams. Telephone Scams The Gananoque Police Service is reminding people to verify the legitimacy of any organization that calls asking for funds from the public, and to only provide personal information, credit card information and banking information to reliable and confirmed sources. Credit Card Fraud Scams The Gananoque Police Service... Read More

TAKING ACTION TO KEEP LEEDS AND GRENVILLE CLEAN AND BEAUTIFUL

TAKING ACTION TO KEEP LEEDS AND GRENVILLE CLEAN AND BEAUTIFUL
GOVERNMENT SEEKS PUBLIC INPUT ON PLAN TO REDUCE LITTER AND WASTE BROCKVILLE – Reducing litter and waste and increasing household recycling are critical parts of how the Ontario government is working for the people to keep our province clean and beautiful for generations, said Leeds-Grenville-Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes MPP Steve Clark. The province is inviting public feedback on proposals to... Read More

Gananoque Police Introducing Community Volunteering Program

Gananoque Police Introducing Community Volunteering Program
Gananoque – The Gananoque Police will be introducing a Community Volunteer Program in 2019.  The purpose of the program is to enhance the community involvement of the Gananoque Police through civilian volunteers.  Successful candidates will receive specific training in a number of police related topics and will compliment the Gananoque Police in areas of community integration, crime prevention and will act... Read More