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Pet-friendly Businesses Support Ontario SPCA’s No Hot Pets Campaign

Pet-friendly Businesses Support Ontario SPCA’s No Hot Pets Campaign
Brockville – To help spread awareness about the dangers of leaving pets unattended in vehicles, and to assist pet owners, the Ontario SPCA is encouraging businesses across the province to take part in its annual No Hot Pets campaign. Read More

High water levels everywhere – continuing high outflows: International Lake Ontario – St. Lawrence River Board

High water levels everywhere – continuing high outflows: International Lake Ontario – St. Lawrence River Board
From the International Lake Ontario – St. Lawrence River Board At its weekly conference call, the International Lake Ontario – St. Lawrence River Board decided to maintain the outflow from Lake Ontario at 10,200 m3/s (360,200 cfs) again for at least another week to address high water levels and associated impacts throughout the system.  This high outflow has been released... Read More

Seaway District High School to Host 50th Anniversary Celebration

Seaway District High School to Host  50th Anniversary Celebration
Iroquois – Seaway District High School is celebrating its 50th year since the amalgamation of Iroquois and Morrisburg High Schools with a weekend full of events on May 26-28, 2017. Seaway District High School first opened its doors after the relocation of the town of Iroquois in the 1950s, and saw the amalgamation of two prior high schools: one in Morrisburg... Read More

Public Assistance Requested in Hit and Run in Village of Iroquois

Public Assistance Requested in Hit and Run in Village of Iroquois
South Dundas – SD&G OPP are requesting public assistance in identifying the driver of a vehicle involved in a fail to remain collision on a property at Plaza Drive in the Village of Iroquois, South Dundas Township. Investigation indicated that on December 15, 2016 at approximately 4:41am – a darker coloured GMC pick-up struck a yellow metal post in the... Read More

South Nation Conservation – Watershed Conditions Statement – UPDATE April 10, 2017

South Nation Conservation – Watershed Conditions Statement – UPDATE  April 10, 2017
“Flood Watch” Downgraded to “Flood Outlook” Finch – South Nation Conservation (SNC) is downgrading the “Flood Watch” statement issued on April 6th to “Flood Outlook” as the water levels in rivers and streams are receding. The purpose of this bulletin is to provide information regarding the forecasted weather and the potential of flooding throughout the SNC jurisdiction. Read More