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Health Unit: Pfizer’s pediatric COVID-19 vaccine now available for local kids

Staff from the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit say parents in the region have a new option to protect their young children against COVID-19. According to the organization, Pfizer’s pediatric COVID-19 vaccine is now available through its booking systems.  This vaccine, for kids between six months and five years...

Canada dropping mask mandate for travel and all other travel restrictions

All COVID-19 travel restrictions will be lifted in Canada on the first of October. The easing of border measures includes the use of the ArriveCan app, which will no longer be necessary to get into the country.  Travellers, regardless of citizenship, will no longer need to provide proof of vaccination,...

Town of Prescott seeking volunteers for Board and Committees

With about a month left before this year’s municipal election, the Town of Prescott is looking to fill out its boards and committees for the next term of office. Applications are now being accepted for volunteers interested in joining the town’s Cemetery Board, Public Library Board, Planning Advisory Committee, Committee...

Ontario government announces funding for education in Brockville

A new elementary school and an addition to an existing one are both coming to Brockville. That’s according to an announcement from MPP Steve Clark and Minister of Education Stephen Lecce, who both visited Brockville alongside Upper Canada District School Board (UCDSB) representatives this week to make the announcements. The new...

Mayor Brett Todd talks 2022 Terry Fox Run

Prescott’s Mayor is calling this year’s Terry Fox Run fantastic. Discussing the run at this week’s Town Council meeting, Brett Todd says the run was enjoyable despite it being a rainy day. “Terrible inclement weather through a good chunk of the morning,” Todd says. “It obviously opened up, right around 11:00...

OPP officers set off on National Police Officers’ Memorial Run

Police officers from across the country have set off on a 460-kilometre run to commemorate their fallen colleagues. OPP East Region Sergeant Tammy Bradley says the officers are taking part in the annual “National Police Officers’ Memorial Run,” an event launched in Peel in 2005 to raise awareness for the...
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