Portland’s Skate the Lake celebrated

Portland’s Skate the Lake celebrated

Organizers of the ‘Skate The Lake’ speed skating weekend in Portland say the 2018 edition was a resounding success.

Over 200 competitors took part, including a group of 50 Dutch skaters who raced in the new 100K event.

At the wrap-up gathering last night in Portland, organizer John Bongers presented ...

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PC Leader Doug Ford joins us for In Focus

PC Leader Doug Ford joins us for In Focus

Today on In Focus, we welcome New Conservative Party of Ontario Leader Doug Ford, to speak about the 2018 election campaign and how the PC’s party platform relates to rural voters.

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Tay Valley Workplace Harassment discussions continue

Tay Valley Workplace Harassment discussions continue

Tay Valley Township brought in their lawyer Tony Fleming of Cunningham Swan to attend the Committee of the Whole Meeting on April 17th to discuss the ongoing harassment debate involving one of their Councillors.

Fleming was on hand to give council members his legal opinion on Councillor Judy Farrell’s refusal ...

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Parks Canada offers update on Burritts Rapids Swing Bridge construction

Parks Canada offers update on Burritts Rapids Swing Bridge construction

Parks Canada's project to repair the historic Burritts Rapids Swing Bridge is progressing well.  The bridge was partially disassembled and moved to a shop in Merrickville for repairs.  As part of these repairs the steel components will be sandblasted, reshaped, and repainted.  Similarly, repairs will also be done on the ...

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RVCA – Long Reach of Rideau River at risk of access flooding

RVCA – Long Reach of Rideau River at risk of access flooding

The Rideau Valley Conservation Authority states that snow and ice accumulation over the last several days raises the possibility of flooding in parts of the Rideau system as warmer conditions arrive on Friday.

Rain and some melting has caused streamflows to increase throughout the watershed. Daytime temperatures above 10 degrees ...

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Highlights of the April 17, 2018 Mississippi Mills Council Meeting

Highlights of the April 17, 2018 Mississippi Mills Council Meeting

Submitted by the Municipality of Mississippi Mills

Moment of Silence Observed for Humboldt Broncos Victims The meeting opened with a singing of O Canada followed by a moment of silence for those that lost their lives in the Humboldt tragedy.

Delagations: Mike O’Malley, Chair of MM2020, and Clem Pelot, Clayton Working ...

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