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Kemptville 73s looking for billet families ahead of 2022-23 season

With the Central Canada Hockey League’s (CCHL) 2022-23 season starting in a few weeks, the Kemptville 73s are looking for lodging for their players. The team is now accepting applications for new billet families ahead of the season. Billet families will be expected to give players a home to live in...

Merrickville Beach unsafe for swimming for third straight week

Three beaches in the region have been listed as “unsafe for swimming” this week by the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit. The organization’s latest results from its water monitoring program, testing local beaches weekly for E. coli bacteria, were posted Friday morning. According to the Health Unit, Merrickville Beach...

Two-week road closure coming to Hallville

Commuters who travel to and from Hallville might need to adjust their route for the next two weeks. The United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry is replacing a culvert on Reids Mills Road, to make space for a planned walking path in a park being built in the village. While...

Ontario government announces estimated $240-million in funding for Xplornet

The provincial government has announced millions of dollars in funding for an internet service provider to expand high-speed internet access in the Leeds-Grenville area. Xplornet Communications, a company based out of New Brunswick that specializes in providing internet access to rural communities, is one of eight ISPs selected by the...

IACC announces second annual September 30th Truth and Reconciliation ceremony

With the second-ever National Day for Truth and Reconciliation a few weeks away, the Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada (IACC) is making plans for another ceremony on Parliament Hill. The organization is hosting a “children and youth led” ceremony for the statutory holiday. The event will feature a “little shoes” memorial,...

Health Unit warning of “potentially harmful” algal blooms this summer

Susan Healey says some dangerous algae might start appearing in local water over the coming weeks. “As the summer moves along and our local water bodies are now warmer there is a chance that we may start to see some potentially harmful algal blooms starting to develop,” says Healey, the...
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