Interval House seeks municipal support for second-stage housing

Interval House seeks municipal support for second-stage housing

Lanark County Interval House Executive Director is speaking to local councils looking for support for newly announced second stage housing for the women and children they help.

Lee told Carleton Place Council last night that Women at Lanark County Interval House’s first stage housing, its emergency shelter, usually spend an ...

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OPSEU’s College faculty set strike date – Monday, October 16 at 12:01

OPSEU’s College faculty set strike date – Monday, October 16 at 12:01

College faculty represented by OPSEU have set a strike deadline of 12:01 a.m. October 16 – this coming Monday.

That deadline would affect staff at Algonquin College’s Perth Campus. Algonquin has sent an email to all students at all of its campuses about the strike. Among other things, it says ...

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Sens in Vancouver to tangle with Canucks

Sens in Vancouver to tangle with Canucks

It's a western swing for the Ottawa Senators: Join us as the Sens head to Vancouver to take on the Canucks.

Our coverage begins at 9:30 with the pre-game on Lake 88.1.

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In Focus – Tues October 10, 2017 – The 50 Million Tree Program: Wade Knight

In Focus – Tues October 10, 2017 – The 50 Million Tree Program: Wade Knight

We welcome Wade Knight,  a local Field Advisor for Forests Ontario to tell us about the 50 Million Tree Program.

Listen to the interview.

 

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Hunters in distress in Prince Edward County get help from first responders

Hunters in distress in Prince Edward County get help from first responders

The OPP south-west of our listening area responded to two hunters' distress calls over the long-weekend.

On Saturday October 7th, at approximately 7:00 pm a 911 call was received from a resident on Loyalist Parkway near West Lake advising they could hear calls for help from somewhere on West Lake. Wellington ...

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Parks Canada touts successful year for Rideau Canal

Parks Canada touts successful year for Rideau Canal

It got off to a rainy start, and saw a stretch of lockstations closed for the first ever time in the middle of the season, but overall Parks Canada says this was a successful year for the Rideau Canal.

Parks Canada’s free lockage along the corridor this year as part ...

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