Missing Red Bovine causing concerns for Grenville County OPP

Missing Red Bovine causing concerns for Grenville County OPP

The Grenville County Ontario Provincial Police are assisting in the search for a missing Red Angus bull.

On October the 27, 2017, the steer escaped from a local farm, located on County Road 18, in Augusta Township.

It was last sighted earlier this week, on Forsythe Road.

The OPP are concerned that ...

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Smiths Falls meeting on new labour laws draws crowd of concerned business owners, citizens

Smiths Falls meeting on new labour laws draws crowd of concerned business owners, citizens

A public information session hosted by the Smiths Falls and District Chamber of Commerce and the town saw a healthy crowd of business people from all sectors of the economy including private, corporate and not-for-profits.

The more than 60 attendees gathered at the Smiths Falls and District Memorial Centre, heard ...

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Get set to fall back as Daylight Saving Time comes to an end

Get set to fall back as Daylight Saving Time comes to an end

It’s time to fall back. We set our clocks back this Sunday morning, meaning we get an extra hour of sleep.

So you can set your clocks back one hour before you go to bed Saturday night, unless you want to stay up for the official end of Daylight Saving ...

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Winter hydro disconnects for delinquent customers now banned in Ontario

Winter hydro disconnects for delinquent customers now banned in Ontario

Hydro disconnections during the winter months for people in Ontario who are struggling to pay their bills, are a thing of the past now.

On Thursday, the Ontario Energy Board made it official by banning the practice used by utility companies when customers don’t pay their bills.

It will be ...

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Students hopeful for quick strike resolution

Students hopeful for quick strike resolution

College students in Ontario will continue to wait patiently, and optimistically, as talks between the schools’ bargaining team and union representing striking faculty members enters day two.

The mediated talks are taking place in hopes of getting faculty and the province’s 500,000 students back into the classrooms in Ontario’s 24 ...

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STEO is set for winter months – reaches out to explain cancellations

STEO is set for winter months – reaches out to explain cancellations

Student Transportation of Eastern Ontario is preparing the process used to manage bus cancellations for the upcoming winter season with the impending onset of bad weather.

Janet Murray, acting CEO says STEO continues to work to enhance communication with parents and students about decisions to cancel busing when adverse weather ...

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