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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

SNC Going Public with Forest Conservation Working Group – Membership Call

SNC Going Public with Forest Conservation Working Group – Membership Call
Finch – South Nation Conservation’s (SNC) Board of Directors has approved new membership to broaden the stakeholder engagement on its Forest Conservation Working Group. The SNC Board represents 16-member Municipalities in Eastern Ontario. This enhanced Committee of 14 new members are scheduled to meet approximately 6 times between March and June 2018 to provide recommendations to SNC’s Board and Municipalities... Read More

Girls Inc. Operation SMART! hands on, minds on workshops this March Break!

Girls Inc. Operation SMART! hands on, minds on workshops this March Break!
Leeds-Grenville – Join us in these fun and exciting workshops where girls, ages 6-13, will have fun, ask questions, conquer challenges, and make real life discoveries. Make new friends this March Break with Girls Inc.! Monday, March 12 Brockville Public Library – 23 Buell Street, Brockville 9:30 am–12:00 pm Ingredion Centre – 4050 Dishaw Street, Cardinal 1:30 pm–4 pm Tuesday, March 13... Read More

South Nation Watershed Conditions: Water Safety Statement

South Nation Watershed Conditions: Water Safety Statement
Finch – The South Nation Conservation Authority has issued a ‘Water Safety Statement’ A significant weather system is forecasted to cross the province over the weekend and into next week. Environment and Climate Change Canada is forecasting 20-40 mm of rain starting Monday, February 19th through Wednesday, February 21st. In addition, above freezing temperatures are forecasted starting Sunday, February 18th.... Read More

Warmer Temperatures and Rain Could Cause Unsafe Conditions on Rivers and Lakes Throughout Rideau Watershed

Warmer Temperatures and Rain Could Cause Unsafe Conditions on Rivers and Lakes Throughout Rideau Watershed
Ottawa – Significant rainfall forecast for Monday and Tuesday along with melting snow can be expected to cause river flows and lake levels to rise. Going on iced over waterbodies is not advisable for the next several days until levels decline and colder temperatures can restore the integrity of the ice. As the snowmelt and rain runoff moves through the... Read More

Highlights from February 14th UCDSB Board of Trustees Meeting

Highlights from February 14th UCDSB Board of Trustees Meeting
Click Here to View February 14th Board Meeting Agenda Brockville – Trustees with the Upper Canada District School Board (UCDSB) met on Wednesday, February 14 th, 2018 to discuss several agenda items: South Grenville District High School Presentation: Principal Guy Lamarche, along with Vice Principals Kami Link and Ian Morris, told Trustees how South Grenville District High School (SGDHS) is working to improve math... Read More

February Frost Fest coming up Sunday at Ferguson Forest Centre

February Frost Fest coming up Sunday at Ferguson Forest Centre
North Grenville  – The Ferguson Forest Centre will play host Sunday to a Winter Carnival put on by the Friends of the Ferguson Forest Centre. Festivities will include a cheer and dance party, snow painting, and horse drawn wagon rides. Meet the Snow Queen and enjoy such treats as roasted marshmallows, maple taffy, hot dogs, pop corn and hot chocolate... Read More

Kemptville District Hospital staff recognized for their hard work during the busy winter period

Kemptville District Hospital staff recognized for their hard work during the busy winter period
KEMPTVILLE –  Canadian winters – with snow, sleet and freezing rain causing hazardous driving conditions outside and keeping people inside where germs abound – present additional challenges for hospitals across the country. With each winter season comes an increase in influenza cases, motor vehicle accidents, hospital bed shortages, and more. In recognition of the extra effort required to keep the... Read More

OPP Advocate Snowmobile Safety

OPP Advocate Snowmobile Safety
STORMONT,DUNDAS & GLENGARRY – The SD&G OPP, in partnership with the OFSC, encourages snowmobilers to educate themselves about staying safe throughout the snowmobiling season. Snowmobile safety is an important component of the OPP’s Provincial Traffic Safety Program. The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) collaborates with the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) on providing safe, enjoyable snowmobiling on OFSC prescribed trails.... Read More

Beth Donovan Hospice to Host Workshop Series: Let’s ART About Grief

Beth Donovan Hospice to Host Workshop Series: Let’s ART About Grief
Kemptville – At Beth Donovan Hospice (BDH), we recognize that children experience grief after the death of someone in their life and families often struggle together in their grief. BDH is pleased to offer a free 3 part art workshop series for grieving families called ‘Let’s ART About Grief’. Artful expression in a safe environment facilitates the mourning process and helps to clarify... Read More