The Ocean Wave Fire Company in Carleton Place is conducting an on-line survey. The Town of Carleton Place wants to create and implement a Fire Service Master Plan, a long-range planning tool that will guide the priorities and objectives of the Town’s Fire Department for the next 10 years.
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Youth Action Kommittee (YAK) in Perth has recycled the equivalent weight of 30 hairy Yaks. In the first four months of YAK’s e-waste recycling program, 30,233 pounds of electronics were diverted from local landfills.
OPP have identified the man killed in a snowmobile crash last night. Police report 49 year old Robert Gagnon missed a bend in the trail while riding his snowmobile in South Glengarry and hit a tree.
We need a more effective test for Lyme Disease! That’s what Leeds-Grenville MPP Steve Clark tweeted yesterday. In a Member’s Statement yesterday, Clark said the health-care system is failing citizens with the disease, including many in Leeds-Grenville “which has been identified as a provincial hotspot for the ticks that carry the bacteria that causes Lyme.
Heritage Mica Days, a program of the Friends of Murphys Point, has been awarded a TOP 100 designation from Festivals and Events Ontario (FEO) at their conference held this past week. Beth Peterkin, Event Coordinator for Heritage Mica Days says “this award represents all the hard work of our many volunteers and the support of all our partners.
Killaloe OPP asking for the public’s help in relation to a voyeurism occurrence at Lake of Two Rivers Campground in Algonquin Provincial Park. The incident is alleged to have occurred over Thanksgiving Week, October 11 – October 14, 2013.
This Saturday Ocean Wave Fire Company Firefighters are hosting a charity hockey tournament in support of the Carleton Place & District Memorial Hospital. Teams from Eastern Ontario will be competing for fun in support of the local hospital.
Brian Paquette has declared his intensions to run for mayor of Smiths Falls .The owner of Zendragon Martial Arts & Fitness, in Smiths Falls, is the first person to file papers for the mayor’s position.
Det.-Sgt. Paul Ladouceur is resigning from the Brockville Police Service to become chief of police in Estevan, Saskatchewan.
Ottawa Public Health is confirming a case of measles in Stittsville, the first Ottawa case in more than three years. The unimmunized child likely acquired the illness while in the Philippines, which is currently experiencing a widespread outbreak.