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Candidates don’t usually spend their allowed maximum in municipal races

Candidates running in municipal elections require funding to pay for a range of expenses which include lawn signs, election pamphlets and advertising opportunities offered by local radio, television and print media.

Caressant Care’s Mary Street home location ordered to cease admissions of new residents

Caressant Care Lindsay nursing home has been ordered to stop accepting new residents. 

Why does the City now have two deputy paramedic chiefs? City explains

$5.5 million investment in Kawartha Lakes’ ambulance service from province

The Ontario government is investing nearly $764 million in the province’s annual Land Ambulance Service Grant (LASG) to help municipalities facing increased cost pressures in their emergency departments.

Twisted Trauma Foundation partners with BGC Kawarthas

The Twisted Trauma Foundation has donated $5,000 to BGC Kawarthas as the start of a partnership, to begin half a dozen programs over the 2022-23 school year.

Elections aren’t just about fiscal concerns

At election time, candidates provide a number of reasons why you should vote for them.

Lindsay Chamber hosts all-candidates meet and greet, including mayoral Q&A

On Monday, Oct. 3 from 6 pm to 9 pm at the Lindsay Armoury, the Lindsay + District Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a meet and greet session with the municipal ward and school board trustee candidates.

Flato makes largest donation in Ross Memorial’s history

$3 million dollars will support the digital transformation of patient care and enhancement of services

Ross Memorial Hospital officials announced today that FLATO Developments is donating $3 million dollars to support the digital transformation of patient care and enhancement of services at the Lindsay hospital.