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North Dundas Parade of Lights scheduled for December 2nd

North Dundas’ annual holiday parade is only a few weeks away.  The Parade of Lights will see a procession of floats moving through Winchester, beginning at the North Dundas Municipal Building on St. Lawrence Street.  From there, the 2.5-kilometre route moves north before turning right onto York Street. Afterwards, it turns...

Hunters encouraged to report info on harvested black bears

Fall black bear hunting season is coming to a close in much of Ontario and Ontario Fish and Wildlife wants to remind hunters to submit two premolar teeth from each black bear harvested. Hunters are also asked to submit the sex of the harvested bear and list the Wildlife Management Unit where the bear was harvested. Those...

Leeds-Grenville MPP slams federal carbon tax

Steve Clark says the federal government needs to end the carbon tax to help people in our region deal with the rising cost of living. contacted Clark, our region’s MPP, for comment on the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit’s Nutritious Food Basket report, which outlined increases in...

Mayor Peckford: new transit service costs $5 per one-way ride or $70 monthly for adults

North Grenville is striving to make its new public transit system as affordable as possible for residents.  Mayor Nancy Peckford spoke with outlining the rates for the new service, which was officially announced last week.  “We’ll be charging $3 a ride for youth in the community,” Peckford says, “and $5...

South Nation Bridge reopening ahead of weekend

A major bridge in Chesterville is reopening after months of construction.  The United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry has announced that South Nation Bridge is set to reopen in the afternoon on Friday, November 17th.  The bridge closed to all traffic in late May while workers began rehabilitating it. It...

OPP Festive RIDE campaign launches December 3rd

Police are hoping less people face impaired driving charges this holiday season compared to last year.  The OPP is preparing to launch its Festive RIDE campaign, setting up checkpoints to stop impaired drivers.  Last year’s campaign saw 217 charges issued for impaired driving in the OPP’s East region, and Grenville County...
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