In Focus – Mon July 17, 2017 – Parks Canada’s John LeVatte: Rideau Corridor

In Focus – Mon July 17, 2017 – Parks Canada’s John LeVatte: Rideau Corridor

Bob speaks with Parks Canada’s John LeVatte about the season along the Rideau Corridor so far, and what’s in store for the rest of the summer months.

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Clark Asking Provincial Gov. To Widen Hwy. 43 in Kemptville

Leeds Grenville MPP Steven Clark is passing a petition around in an effort to get the Liberal province government to go ahead as soon as possible with its plan to widen highway 43 to four lanes in the Kemptville area.

The project is described as shovel ready and has been ...

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Theft At Smiths Falls Golf Course

Members of the OPP in Rideau Lakes responded to a theft that occurred at the Smiths Falls Golf Course.

Sometime overnight last Wednesday, thieves entered a building where golf clubs and equipment are stored and removed about six full sets of clubs including bags.

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In Focus – Friday, July 14, 2017 – Dale Gagne

In Focus – Friday, July 14, 2017 – Dale Gagne

Brian Perkin talks to new manager at the Best Western Plus Inn and Spa, Dale Gagne, about upcoming community initiatives.

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Rideau Valley Conservation Authority Updates Water Levels

The Rideau Valley Conservation Authority says that after high levels in April on Rideau watershed streams and lakes, constant rainfall has kept levels above normal,as well as in the Tay Valley watershed, although not to the same extent as the lower Rideau.

Big Rideau, Upper Rideau, Wolfe and Bobs Lake ...

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Legacy Family Project Ceremony Takes Place In Rideau Lakes

As a part of commemorating Canada 150, the Township of Rideau Lakes recently honoured the Township’s legacy families. These families have owned and occupied the same lands within the Township for 150 years or more. The Legacy Family Project resulted in fifty families being identified.

Rideau Lakes Mayor Ron ...

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