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Lindsay’s prestigious Adelaide Place to proceed with phase two of development

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Lindsay’s prestigious Adelaide Place to proceed with phase two of development

In a well-attended ceremony earlier this week, Lindsay’s prestigious Adelaide Place broke ground on its second phase.

To be ready within a year and a half to two years, the new development represents a $32 million dollar investment in the community which has been operating its first phase since January 2011. The project is also expected to create more than 150 short-term construction and skilled labour positions and employ a total of 75 full and part-time employees when it is fully operational.

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Parents: Pinnguaq providing free coding classes at library all summer

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Parents: Pinnguaq providing free coding classes at library all summer
Kevin Karyak and Jasper Pootoogook work during a teach session in Baker Lake, Nunavut, March 2017.

Want to give your child knowledge of coding? Lindsay’s Pinnguaq Association is offering free coding classes at the Lindsay Public Library this summer.

Pinnguaq was created as a not-for-profit, Pangnirtung, Nunavut-based technology company with a desire to see strong programming education available in Inuktitut, the Inuit language. Their te(a)ch program is a made-in-Nunavut curriculum and learning series for Northerners. Pinnguaq has an office in Lindsay, though, and is looking to give back to the community with their work.

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Nunavut a finalist for $10 million Smart Cities Challenge prize; Lindsay’s Pinnguaq involved

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Nunavut a finalist for $10 million Smart Cities Challenge prize; Lindsay's Pinnguaq involved
Cambridge Bay, Nunavut.

A collaboration between the Nunavut Association of Municipalities (NAM), Lindsay’s Pinnguaq Association, the Embrace Life Council and Qaujigiartiit Health Research Centre has resulted in a project, representing all 25 communities of Nunavut, being selected as a finalist in the Smart Cities Challenge $10 million prize.

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Woman finds 21 trunks containing historical treasures

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Woman finds 21 trunks containing historical treasures

She inherited 21 huge trunks that had been kept in a basement for 57 years.

In a series of three exhibits at the Olde Gaol Museum in Lindsay, local artist Ann Louise Smith tells the incredible story of her grandparents through her artwork and a collection of family artifacts.

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‘Crisis’ in Lindsay as homeless diverted elsewhere; food bank says ‘we need help’

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‘Crisis’ in Lindsay as homeless diverted elsewhere; food bank says ‘we need help’

With Kawartha Lakes’ homeless shelter, A Place Called Home, at full capacity for the better part of a week, homeless people are being diverted to Peterborough or Oshawa.

Meanwhile, one of the founding volunteers of Lindsay’s food bank, Bev Gimbel, says “we’re at a crisis.”

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Kawartha Lakes demonstrators protest Kinder Morgan buyout

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Kawartha Lakes demonstrators protest Kinder Morgan buyout

Sylvia C. Keesmaat — A group of local protesters joined more than 100 other protests being held across the country to object to the Trudeau government’s buy-out of the Kinder Morgan pipeline.

The local group gathered outside the office of Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock MP Jamie Schmale, carrying placards with various messages, such as “Remember Paris!” “I want my taxes to go to Housing not Pipelines,” “PM Trudeau: Climate Leaders Don’t Buy Pipelines” and “Short Term Oil = Climate Turmoil.”

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Chris Karkabasis wins lifetime achievement award; Robyn McNabb named Citizen of the Year

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L to R: Louis Karkabasis, Chris Karkabasis, Cathe Karkabasis, Christina Dedes, Nicki Dedes, Costas Dedes)

In an evening of excellence that recognized Lindsay’s top businesses, a rare lifetime achievement award was presented to Chris Karkabasis, a well-known businessman and BIA founder.

The Lindsay and District Chamber of Commerce and Cogeco held the 2018 Evening of Excellence event June 1 at the Lakeview Arts Barn. Many local individuals, groups and businesses gathered to recognize those among them who go above and beyond to provide innovative products or services, develop exceptional new practices and improve the community for all.

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Paramedics in the Park teaches, and reaches out to students, public

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Paramedics in the Park teaches, and reaches out to students, public
Deputy Chief Derek Brown, top left, at one of the many teaching stations.

A spring storm threatened but never delivered on preventing more than 200 students — and many more members of the public — from experiencing the tenth anniversary of Paramedics in the Park in Lindsay.

School teachers from nearby schools descended at Victoria Park with their students to experience education stations on CPR, what to expect when you call 911, severe allergies and Epi Pens, Tick Talk, and basic wound dressing.

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French Immersion enrollment swells, forces school board to use Central Senior

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French Immersion enrollment swells, forces school board to use Central Senior

Overcrowding at Leslie Frost Public School in Lindsay – the only public system school in all of Kawartha Lakes that had offered French Immersion – has forced the school board to send its Grade 7-8 French Immersion students elsewhere this fall.

The decision was made public for the first time May 22 by Trillium Lakelands District School Board. Superintendent of Education Katherine MacIver says the decision will affect about 67 students in Grades 7 and 8 who otherwise would have gone to Leslie Frost.

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Dental patients may have been exposed to Hep B, C, or HIV

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Patients of Lakeland Clinic in Lindsay who received a dental treatment between November 10, 2017 and February 21, 2018 are being urged to get tested for hepatitis B, hepatitis C and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).

The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit has notified patients of Lakeland Clinic, located at 2 Albert Street North in Lindsay, who received treatment during that time that they may be at risk for a blood-borne virus.

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