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Volunteer with your local Legion and make a difference

Volunteer with your local Legion and make a difference
Members of The Royal Canadian Legion are making a difference in their communities. Every year, Legionnaires spend millions of volunteer hours supporting homeless Veterans, volunteering with the Poppy Campaign to raise money for Veterans and their families in need, honouring the Fallen and teaching youth about the importance of Remembrance, ensuring ill and injured Veterans get the care and benefits... Read More

No Charges in Case where Man Fled from Police Ran Into Traffic and was Struck by Truck

No Charges in Case where Man Fled from Police Ran Into Traffic and was Struck by Truck
Mississauga – The Director of the Special Investigations Unit, Tony Loparco, has decided there is no basis for charges in a case where Ottawa Police Service officers attempted to speak to man about drug activity but the man fled, ran into traffic, and was struck by a tractor-trailer.  The incident happened in December 2016. The Director’s Report was delivered to the... Read More

Statement from Premier Wynne and Minister Del Duca on Amazon’s HQ2 Shortlist

Statement from Premier Wynne and Minister Del Duca on Amazon’s HQ2 Shortlist
Premier Kathleen Wynne and Minister of Economic Development and Growth Steven Del Duca today released the following statement recognizing Ontario’s position on the shortlist of locations for Amazon’s second headquarters (HQ2): “The Government of Ontario welcomes the news that Amazon has placed the Toronto Region on its shortlist as a potential site for HQ2, with the promise of as many... Read More

Former Olympic Equestrian Rider Claire Smith to be Featured at February’s Meet the Author

Former Olympic Equestrian Rider Claire Smith to be Featured at February’s Meet the Author
Brockville – Recently released, Falling into Now, author Claire Smith shares her life-changing journey from realizing her equestrian dream to an existence with years of an arduous recovery. On September 13, 1997, while competing in Burghley, England, Claire’s horse Gordon flips over a jump landing hard on the ground, with Claire falling nearby. That tumble would leave Claire with a... Read More

CRCA ISSUES A WATERSHED CONDITIONS STATEMENT – FLOOD OUTLOOK

CRCA ISSUES A WATERSHED CONDITIONS STATEMENT – FLOOD OUTLOOK
KINGSTON – The Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority (CRCA) has issued a Watershed Conditions – Flood Outlook Statement today. The combination of rain and melting snow that occurred between January 11 – 13 saw some areas receiving over 60 mm of precipitation. This caused creek and lake levels to rise very quickly last weekend. Ice jams, dams, and obstructions have been reported... Read More

Ontario Nominates Ed Clark as New LCBO Board Chair

Ontario Nominates Ed Clark as New LCBO Board Chair
Respected Business Leader to Help Strengthen Retail Focus and Launch New Subsidiary Charles Sousa, Minister of Finance, has nominated Ed Clark as the new Chair of the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO), subject to review by the Standing Committee on Government Agencies and confirmation by the Lieutenant Governor in Council.Mr. Clark is ideally positioned to help lead the LCBO... Read More