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Michael Barrett supports petition against Bill C-75

Michael Barrett supports petition against Bill C-75
Brockville – Michael Barrett, candidate for the Conservative Party of Canada in Leeds-Grenville-Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes, says he is concerned about Bill C-75, a Bill of more than 300 pages tabled by the Liberal government in the spring that makes sweeping changes to the Criminal Code. He notes that a petition started by the Honourable Rob Nicholson is available... Read More

Cataraqui Trail Bike or Hike Fundraiser Sept. 16th

Cataraqui Trail Bike or Hike Fundraiser Sept. 16th
Lombardy – The Cataraqui Trail Bike or Hike Fundrasier is being held on Sunday, September 16th along the Cataraqui Trail. Its being held from noon to 2:00pm anywhere along the trail. Bike or hike along the Cataraqui Trail and help raised funds to maintain the trail. Get on the Cataraqui Trail where ever suits you and travel by bike or... Read More

Impaired Driver Involved in Collision in Rideau Lakes Township

Impaired Driver Involved in Collision in Rideau Lakes Township
Rideau Lakes – Officers of the Leeds County Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police are continuing an investigation involving an impaired driver in a collision. On August 26, 2018 at about 1:25 AM Rideau Lakes OPP officers were advised of a collision on Mountain Road in Rideau Lakes Township. Investigation revealed that the driver left the roadway into a 30... Read More

Local Official Elected to the 2018 – 2020 AMO Board of Directors

Local Official Elected to the 2018 – 2020 AMO Board of Directors
Ottawa – At the Annual Conference of the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO), held in Ottawa August 19 – 22, Ron Holman, Mayor, Township of Rideau Lakes, was elected to the AMO Board of Directors, Rural Caucus. As a member of the Board, Mayor Holman will help set policy for the Association and serve as a key municipal leader... Read More

Mississippi-Rideau Source Protection Committee Looking for Public Input

Mississippi-Rideau Source Protection Committee Looking for Public Input
RIDEAU VALLEY AND MISSISSIPPI VALLEY WATERSHEDS – The Mississippi-Rideau Source Protection Committee wants your input on their Draft Amendment for the Rideau Valley Source Protection Area Assessment Report and Source Protection Plan (prepared under Ontario’s Clean Water Act). The Draft Amendment for the Assessment Report identifies: A new wellhead protection area for the new municipal well system for the Western... Read More

Festival of Small Halls announces community events

Festival of Small Halls announces community events
Eastern Ontario – From a celebration of local food to art shows and gourmet barbecues, the community events in conjunction with the Ontario Festival of Small Halls are setting the scene for an authentic experience in rural halls this fall. The festival is getting toes tapping Sept. 13 to 30 as it welcomes an inspiring combination of big names in... Read More

Westport’s Mayor Robin Jones Acclaimed

Westport’s Mayor Robin Jones Acclaimed
Westport – Current Mayor of the Village of Westport, and Counties Warden Robin Jones was acclaimed in this year’s municipal elections. There are three council seats up for grabs in Westport. Candidates running in this election are incumbents Jackalyn Brady, Frank Huth and Mark Parliament. Newcomers are Melissa Sullivan, Robert J. Roberts, Barry Card and Wayne Sherwood. Read More

Two Candidates Running For Mayor in Rideau Lakes

Two Candidates Running For Mayor in Rideau Lakes
Current Mayor Ron Holman Not Seeking Re-election For Mayor, But Running for Council Seat! Rideau Lakes – In Rideau Lakes Township Mayor Ron Holman is not seeking re-election for Mayor, but is running seeking a council seat in Ward 2. Running for the Mayor’s job are Arie Hoogenboom and Robert Dunfield. For the 2018 election, Ward 4 & 5, North... Read More

Chair of the UCDSB Provides Comment on the Health and Physical Education Curriculum for Ontario Students

Chair of the UCDSB Provides Comment on the Health and Physical Education Curriculum for Ontario Students
Brockville – The Chair of the Upper Canada District School Board (UCDSB), Jeff McMillan, offers the following comments regarding the recent provincial dialogue on possible content changes to the health and physical education curriculum for Ontario students. Like all school boards in Ontario at this time, the UCDSB has yet to receive clear direction from the Ministry of Education about... Read More