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North Grenville celebrates International Day of La Francophonie

Mayor Nancy Peckford says she’s happy to see North Grenville’s Francophone population growing.  March 20th is International Day of La Francophonie, a celebration of the French language observed in more than 80 countries all over the world.  "We are very proud of the work the local French schools do to promote...

Leeds-Grenville Labour Council announces National Day of Mourning poster contest

Residents are being asked to create art commemorating people who have been hurt or killed in the workplace.  The Leeds-Grenville Labour Council is running a poster design contest for the National Day of Mourning, for students in grades 7-12 and adults in the region.  All entries need to be mailed to...

Finch business owner donating some proceeds to WDMH for cancer care

A local business owner is running an initiative to benefit the Winchester District Memorial Hospital (WDMH), as a way of saying thank you for the care her daughter recieved.  Gloria Logtens’ daughter was diagnosed with breast cancer last fall and received nearly all her treatment at WDMH.  Now, Logtens is running...

North Grenville burn permits now available

Now that winter is officially over, North Grenville staff members are reminding residents of the rules for burning things in the municipality.  Residents need to buy a permit to have any open-air burns. Permits cost $15 and allow you to burn on your property without incurring any fines.  You need to...

Rideau Valley Conservation Authority issues new Water Safety Statement

Keep a close eye on water conditions near your home if you live in a flood-prone area for the next few weeks.  That’s a message from the Rideau Valley Conservation Authority, which has issued another Water Safety Statement, the third in the last 30 days.  Staff members say nearly all snow...

Upper Canada Village hosting eclipse viewing

If you want to see the upcoming solar eclipse, you’ll have a chance to watch it immersed in local history soon.  Upper Canada Village, a “living history museum” replicating local life 200 years ago, is running a free event for people to watch the eclipse.  Attendance is free, but if you...
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