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Former Brockville Braves player preparing to compete in 2022 Memorial Cup

One of the players suiting up for the Hamilton Bulldogs tonight comes from our area. Gavin White, a defenseman born and raised in Brockville, is joining the Bulldogs for the Memorial Cup. White spent his minor hockey career playing for local teams like the Rideau St. Lawrence Kings and Upper Canada...

Applications open for second allocation of moose hunting tags

You only have a few weeks left to get moose tags if you plan to go hunting for them this fall. Ontario Fish and Wildlife is now accepting applications for its remaining unclaimed tags. Applying costs $15, but if you applied during the first allocation period a few weeks ago,...

Fat Les’s CHEO fundraiser brings in $4,500

Les Winters says his company’s recent fundraising event for the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) is going to happen annually from now on. “We’ve decided that every year we’re going to do it, on our anniversary,” says Winters, the owner of the “Fat Les’s” chain of chip trucks and...

Pool rentals now available in Winchester and Chesterville

Families and groups planning birthday parties, reunions and other get-togethers can now book a pool in North Dundas all to themselves. The township is now accepting applications to rent the Winchester Centennial Pool and the Chesterville Public Pool on Saturdays, before noon or after 7:00 PM. Residents can book the pool...

Registration for swimming lessons at Centennial Pool opens next week

The YMCA of Eastern Ontario is giving Prescott residents the chance to sign their children up for swimming lessons in town. Town of Prescott staff says lessons at Centennial Pool are expected to start as soon as July 4th, for kids between the ages of three months and thirteen years...

Leeds, Grenville and Lanark’s top doctor talks influenza in our region

Dr. Paula Stewart says there’s been a massive increase in influenza cases in our region compared to this time last year. “In our area, so far in 2022, we’ve had 206 reports of influenza, that started at the end of March into April and May,” she says.  That’s compared to zero...
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