The stress and anxiety many people experience when it comes to caring for a loved one living with a serious or life-threatening illness can be tremendous. And it applies to millions of individuals and their families.
The experience of reading a good book, watching a memorable movie, or finding just the information you need to complete a project may be priceless, but the actual books, DVDs, and services of a reference librarian can all be assigned price tags.
Built into the website of one Ontario library is a value calculator, a nifty tool that lets you calculate the dollar value of the library resources you use.
An old Chinese proverb notes “the best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.” Kawartha Conservation wants to make it easy with the 2018 Tree Seedling Program.
Designed for landowners in rural, agricultural and shoreline areas of the Kawartha watershed, the tree seedling program provides an inexpensive way to plant a selection of tree seedlings and native shrubs on their property.
“The tree seedling program is a great opportunity for landowners in the Kawartha Watershed to purchase low-cost seedlings,” says Stewardship Coordinator Holly Shipclark.
With only a month to go before the 25th Annual Kawartha Woodlot Conference being held in Lindsay, organizers say now is a great time to register for the event.
Held at Fleming College’s Frost Campus on Feb. 10, the annual woodlot conference brings together experts, innovators, woodlot owners and managers and more for this one-day event.
Get a free coffee (or tea) at Boiling Over’s Coffee Vault in Lindsay on Jan. 10, paid for by Commonwell Mutual Insurance Group’s “Common Kindness Day.”
All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way. — Leo Tolstoy
Tolstoy got it all wrong about happy families. At least, that’s the lesson I take away from a morning with Roberta Allen and her Post Envelopes co-workers–very much a family, very definitely happy, and beyond question unique.
Last week’s national headlines were dominated by the Tim Hortons brand. Not surprising.
In nearby Cobourg, the owners of the local Tim Hortons there (who just happen to be Ron Joyce Jr., son of Tim Hortons co-founder Ron Joyce, and Jeri-Lynn Horton-Joyce, daughter of Tim Horton) decided they could no longer afford to pay staff for workday breaks.
As basic income enrollments continue in Lindsay and two other Ontario cities, one key trend seems to be emerging – the so-called ‘working poor’ are the majority of applicants who are flocking to the Province’s new Ontario pilot.
With Environment Canada issuing almost daily extreme cold warnings, you may want to put up your feet and experience the bitter temperatures vicariously, from the comfort of an armchair, warming drink at hand.
The Kawartha Lakes libraries can help you with that. Here’s a sampling from the collection: a memoir, a short story, and a film, all of which will supply chills aplenty.
Rebecca Green of Lindsay wasn’t expecting her first baby until January 11th. Welcoming him at 6:14 pm on New Year’s Day was a surprise.
But that wasn’t the only surprise Rebecca’s baby boy has brought.