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RIDE stop leads to multiple weapons charges

Grenville County OPP says stopping a vehicle allowed them to find a wanted suspect. Police made the stop on Wednesday around midnight in Edwardsburg-Cardinal. The driver was found to be wanted on a warrant. That's according to the OPP, who adds they searched the vehicle and found a shotgun, ammunition,...

Rideau Valley Conservation Authority: “Mother nature went easy” this spring

According to the Rideau Valley Conservation Authority, this year’s flood season saw significantly lower peak water flows in our region compared to the past. “Mother Nature went easy on the Rideau Valley and Ottawa Valley watersheds this spring,” the organization’s May-June newsletter reads, “with a slow snowmelt and normal precipitation...

NG Pride announces monthly “Queer Peer Support” meetings

North Grenville Pride has announced a new series of monthly “Queer Peer Support” meetings for queer and questioning teens and their families. The meetings are being run by Megan Cumming, the organization’s facilitator of Queer Peer Support. Cumming is also a registered psychotherapist, and the CEO of the Kemptville Stress...

North Grenville Poetry Guild hosting “Experience Art Fest” this weekend

Performances from two local folk singers, some local public school students, and an award-winning Ottawa-based poet are coming to the North Grenville Municipal Centre. The North Grenville Poetry Guild, a group of local writers, artists and enthusiasts that organizes showcase events in our area, is organizing a public festival it’s...

North Grenville recognizes National Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Mayor Nancy Peckford and the rest of North Grenville’s municipal council are recognizing National Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Peckford hopes people spend some time today learning about First Nations, Inuit and Metis history and culture. “Our country was very much shaped by the first peoples who were here for thousands of years...

CHEO’s Lydia Blanchard talks $4,500 donation from Fat Les’s Chip Stand

The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario’s (CHEO) Director of Community Engagement says the money from Fat Les’s recent fundraiser is going towards “urgent needs”. Sylvia Blanchard says children’s hospitals need a wide variety of specialized equipment because they deal with patients as small as premature babies and as large as...
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