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South Crosby Public School Hosts Carnival to Benefit “Park it with Parker” Fundraising Campaign

South Crosby Public School Hosts Carnival to  Benefit “Park it with Parker” Fundraising Campaign
Elgin – South Crosby Public School raised nearly $6,000 recently to build a pavilion in memory of a young student who died from cancer. The school generated the funds for the Park it with Parker fundraising campaign through a carnival on Thursday, June 1st, 2017.  The event featured horse and wagon rides, face painting, a bouncy house, water balloon toss, silent auction,... Read More

Gord Brown disappointed with minister’s response to job losses in Brockville

Gord Brown disappointed with minister’s response to job losses in Brockville
Ottawa – Gord Brown, Member of Parliament for Leeds-Grenville – Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes, today expressed concern that the federal minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development provided a scripted answer to a question about job losses in Brockville. “I asked the minister a question about what he is prepared to do to help the city of Brockville cope... Read More

Rideau Centennial Elementary School Celebrates Canada 150

Rideau Centennial Elementary School Celebrates Canada 150
Portland – Rideau Centennial Elementary School celebrated Canada’s 150th birthday Wednesday with a variety of activities including a memory wall in the school’s main hallway and old-time games from the sixties. “We felt it was important to celebrate and honour all the people who had a connection to Rideau Centennial throughout the years,” said Principal Dawn Bouchard. “This project was very... Read More

Gord Brown introduces Customs Bill for boaters in the House of Commons

Gord Brown introduces Customs Bill for boaters in the House of Commons
Ottawa – Gord Brown, Member of Parliament for Leeds-Grenville – Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes, today introduced Bill S-233, a bill to allow boaters who are merely transiting through Canadian waters with no intention to stop, to do so without reporting to Canadian Customs, into the House of Commons. “This is the Bill that Senator Bob Runciman recently shepherded through... Read More