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WATERSHED CONDITIONS STATEMENT – WATER SAFETY EXTENDED FOR LAKE ONTARIO & ST. LAWRENCE RIVER

WATERSHED CONDITIONS STATEMENT – WATER SAFETY EXTENDED FOR LAKE ONTARIO & ST. LAWRENCE RIVER
KINGSTON – Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority (CRCA) has extended the Water Safety Statement (in effect since October 8, 2019) for Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River today due to persistently higher than average water levels. The International Lake Ontario – St. Lawrence River Board (ILOSLRB), which manages Lake Ontario outflows at the Moses-Saunders Dam in Cornwall and calculates water... Read More

Clow’s Christmas Trail This Weekend!

Clow’s Christmas Trail This Weekend!
Elizabethtown-Kitley – Clow’s Christmas Trail – come walk the 1.5 km illuminated trail to see the many Christmas displays, decorated themed buildings and thousands of lights. Enjoy a hot chocolate and popcorn around the fire and get your picture taken with special visitors greeting people along the trail. They have taken their love of decorating for the holidays and decorated... Read More

YOUR CONTRIBUTION CAN HELP PURCHASE THREE NEW ULTRASOUND MACHINES AT BROCKVILLE GENERAL HOSPITAL

YOUR CONTRIBUTION CAN HELP PURCHASE THREE NEW ULTRASOUND MACHINES AT BROCKVILLE GENERAL HOSPITAL
Pictured with one of BGH’s current ultrasound machine, are Behrooz Izadi, Manager of Diagnostic Imaging; Dr. Kevin Tyler, Radiologist; and Dr. Jamie Hynd, Cardiologist. – Submitted Photo Brockville – Annual Appeal Update: The Brockville and District Hospital Foundation’s Annual Appeal campaign currently stands at $139,000 raised. A total of $250,000 is needed to make our goal of purchasing three new... Read More

‘Tis the season for festive learning at BGH!

‘Tis the season for festive learning at BGH!
Brockville – On December 11, Brockville General Hospital’s Medical-Surgical Department at held a Christmas Clinical Skills Bazaar. This learning event had numerous stations which covered skill-building opportunities, including safety codes, patient feeding, wound care, and many more. Thank you to all the staff, physicians and volunteers who attended this informative and fun-filled event. Read More

OPP Release Name of Deceased in Multi-Vehicle Collision on Wednesday!

OPP Release Name of Deceased in Multi-Vehicle Collision on Wednesday!
Brockville – Members of the Leeds County Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are investigating a fatal motor vehicle collision. On December 11, 2019 at about 12:20 p.m. OPP officers responded to reports of numerous motor vehicle collisions westbound on Highway 401, between North August and Maitland. A total of seven collisions were being investigated, in an area that stretched... Read More

OPP Continue to Investigate Multiple Vehicle Collision on 401

OPP Continue to Investigate Multiple Vehicle Collision on 401
401 westbound remains closed between Maitland and Brockville’s Stewart Blvd. WB ramps, one person is deceased! Brockville – The Leeds County Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) continues to investigate a series of motor vehicle collisions on Highway 401, east of the City of Brockville. At approximately 12:00 p.m. on December 11, 2019 officers responded to a motor collision... Read More

OPP INVESTIGATING MULTIPLE MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISION ON HIGHWAY 401

OPP INVESTIGATING MULTIPLE MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISION ON HIGHWAY 401
BROCKVILLE – Leeds County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Detachment are currently investigating multiple motor vehicle collisions on Hwy 401. Hwy 401 westbound between Maitland and Brockville has been closed due to multiple collisions. Westbound traffic is being re-routed down Highway 2! Further updates to be provided. Anyone with any information regarding this or any other incident is encouraged to contact... Read More

MODERATE HIRING CLIMATE ANTICIPATED FOR BROCKVILLE

MODERATE HIRING CLIMATE ANTICIPATED FOR BROCKVILLE
Brockville – According to the latest ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook Survey, Brockville area employers expect a moderate hiring climate for the first quarter of 2020. “Survey data reveals that 13% of employers plan to hire for the upcoming quarter, while 7% anticipate cutbacks,” stated Anne-Marie Lanthier of Manpower’s Brockville office. “The remaining 80% of employers plan to maintain their current staffing... Read More

ONTARIO INVESTS IN SENIORS WELL-BEING IN BROCKVILLE AND PRESCOTT: Minister Clark

ONTARIO INVESTS IN SENIORS WELL-BEING IN BROCKVILLE AND PRESCOTT: Minister Clark
BROCKVILLE/PRESCOTT — Leeds-Grenville-Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes MPP Steve Clark was joined by members of Seniors Active Living Centres in Brockville and Prescott today to announce more than $75,000 in funding to support their ongoing operations and activities. MPP Clark announced Walker House in the Town of Prescott will receive $52,727 and Brockville Senior Citizens Inc. No. 85 will receive... Read More

Brockville Police Receive Numerous Complaints About CRA Scam

Brockville Police Receive Numerous Complaints About CRA Scam
Brockville – The Brockville Police has received numerous complaints regarding people in our community being scammed and victimized by people posing as the Canada Revenue Agency. The following message was taken from the Canada.ca site; Taxpayers should be vigilant when they receive, either by telephone, mail, text message or email, a fraudulent communication that claims to be from the Canada... Read More