Thank you to everyone to donated to the first ever JackFM Radiothon in support of the Carleton Place Hospital, presented by Heritage Community Fitness , with your help our grand total (so far) is $56,969.58!!
Donations are still coming in, so be sure to check in with us as we continue to add to the total. You can still donate by making a cash or cheque donation anytime at the Carleton Place Hospital!
Call 613-670-7122today between 6:00a-6:00p to help your radio station in your community help your hospital in your community! It’s the first ever JackFM Radiothon in support of the Carleton Place and District Memorial Hospital.
The goal – to raise money for much needed patient care equipment for the hospital in the heart of your community.
Thank you! Your donation will help make a difference!
WOW! TD Canada Trust in Carleton Place sponsored a matching gift hour from 1-2 p.m. They donated $5,000 and would match any gifts up to $5,000. Pictured are (left) Alison Stolz and branch manager Kristin Brown!
The county is proceeding with an agreement with the provincial Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing that will provide additional funds in the Investment in Affordable Housing for Ontario Housing program.
Election Day is Monday October 27. Electors in the Township of Lanark Highlands and the Town of Smiths Falls will be using Vote By Mail. Voters should have already received a voting package in the mail, which includes a ballot, a secrecy envelope, a return envelope and a voter’s declaration.
Tune in Friday October 24th – John & Wayne will broadcast LIVE from the hospital from 6am to 6pm and your donation will help make a difference! The phone number to call (starting Friday, October 24 at 6a) is 613-670-7122.
Ottawa police confirm there were three shooting incidents in the downtown core Wednesday morning. Police confirm the incidents occurred at the National War Memorial, near the Rideau Centre and at Parliament Hill. A soldier standing guard at the War Memorial was shot just before 10 a.m. One shooter has been shot and killed, and there is at least one other shooter on the loose.
A Canadian soldier standing guard at the National War Memorial in Ottawa has been shot by an unknown gunman and there are reports of gunfire inside the halls of Parliament. Ottawa police confirmed they had a call at 9:52 a.m. with a report of shots fired. The gunman reportedly ran towards Parliament Hill, which is currently under lockdown.