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Classic Theatre Hiring Performers for Walking Plays, Dinner Theatre

Classic Theatre Hiring Performers for Walking Plays, Dinner Theatre
Perth –As part of the annual theatrical historic walking plays that enliven the streets of Perth each summer, the Classic Theatre Festival is looking to hire a group of young people with an interest in acting, singing, and dancing for its brand new 2018 street-level shows. Resumes will be accepted until March 15 at info@classictheatre.ca While no prior experience is necessary,... Read More

Freezing Rain Warning For Smiths Falls-Lanark, Morrisburg-SD&G & Ottawa, Winter Weather Travel Advisory in effect for this afternoon for Brockville-Leeds-Grenville & Kingston

Freezing Rain Warning For Smiths Falls-Lanark, Morrisburg-SD&G & Ottawa, Winter Weather Travel Advisory in effect for this afternoon for Brockville-Leeds-Grenville & Kingston
Freezing rain Warning for Smiths Falls-Lanark, Morrisburg-SD&G & Ottawa Freezing rain is expected or occurring. Freezing rain is expected to move into Eastern Ontario near noon or into this afternoon as a warm front approaches from the southwest. The freezing precipitation will change over to rain by this evening as temperatures rise above the zero degree mark. Surfaces such as... Read More

Girls Inc. of Upper Canada Seeking Nominations For This Year’s Strong, Smart & Bold Women of the Year Celebration

Girls Inc. of Upper Canada Seeking Nominations For This Year’s Strong, Smart & Bold Women of the Year Celebration
LEEDS AND GRENVILLE – Girls Incorporated of Upper Canada is seeking nominations for the annual Strong, Smart & Bold Women of the Year Celebration. Through a public nomination process, we wish to highlight the outstanding women from our community who will be honoured at our Celebration on the evening of Thursday, May 10th at the Brockville Convention Centre. We are... Read More

Ontario Festival of Small Halls seeking new venue submissions

Ontario Festival of Small Halls seeking new venue submissions
Ottawa – The Ontario Festival of Small Halls is looking to share the love – small hall love, that is. Read More

Sexual Assault, Healthy Relationships Focus of New Youth Play

Sexual Assault, Healthy Relationships Focus of New Youth Play
Connor Williamson and Felix Evangelho appeared in a touring show about youth homelessness in 2017, The Invisible Boy, as part of the annual Listen Up! theatre project. A new show on healthy relationships and sexual violence is seeking applications from interested teenagers. – Submitted Photo Perth – Now entering its 4th season, the Burning Passions Theatre Listen Up! youth project... Read More

Extreme Cold Warning Continues for Our Entire Region Today!

Extreme Cold Warning Continues for Our Entire Region Today!
Brockville – An Extreme Cold Warning continues today for our entire region. The multi-day episode of very cold wind chills continues. As of this morning at 9:30am the temperature was -25°C with a wind chill of -32. Read More

Public Meeting Regarding Proposed Amendment to Perth Heritage Conservation District Being Held January 24th

Public Meeting Regarding Proposed Amendment to Perth Heritage Conservation District Being Held January 24th
Perth – A public meeting is being held in accordance with the Ontario Heritage Act to discuss the proposed amendments to Heritage Conservation District on Wednesday, January 24th, beginning at 5:15 p.m. at the Perth Town Hall located at 80 Gore St. E. The proposed amendments to the Heritage Conservation District By-law for discussion: 1. UPDATE BY-LAW 4721 BY REMOVING THE... Read More

Local Hospital to Showcase its Patient & Family Culture at the Provincial Level

Local Hospital to Showcase its Patient & Family Culture at the Provincial Level
SMITHS FALLS – The Perth and Smiths Falls District Hospital will have an opportunity to showcase its culture and philosophy of Patient & Family Centred Care. Michele Bellows, Vice President, Patient Care Services will present at the upcoming 2018 Conference of the Nursing Leadership Network of Ontario to be held in the spring in Toronto.  The successful proposal was submitted... Read More

Extreme Cold Warning Remains in Effect

Extreme Cold Warning Remains in Effect
Brockville – A period of very cold wind chills continues today! Wind chill values between minus 30 and minus 35 are still being reported late this morning. Wind chills will moderate during daytime hours today. However, wind chill values between minus 30 and 35 are expected once again tonight. Extreme cold puts everyone at risk. Risks are greater for young... Read More