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I want my flag back

If someone had told me three years ago that soon a Canadian flag would make me feel uncomfortable or even angry, I wouldn’t have believed them. But here we are. 

Schmale says he did not attend meeting hosted by members of trucker convoy

MP says national media got it wrong

On June 24, 24 Conservative members of parliament, including Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Haliburton member Jamie Schmale, were identified by CTV News as having attended meetings hosted by four people closely linked to the so-called Freedom Convoy movement. However, Schmale’s office says this just isn’t true.

Kawartha Lakes Pride Week drag events being met with community support

Library system seeing increase in request for more reading material that features diverse lifestyles

Family-friendly drag events across Canada, many hosted by local libraries, have been targeted by a deluge of hateful comments, CBC News is reporting – but the same can’t be said locally.

100 Men make largest donation yet, this time to Hospice

Community Care City of Kawartha Lakes (CCCKL) Hospice Services, through the Community Care Foundation, received a donation of $11,100 from 100 Men of Kawartha Lakes.

Medical Assistance in Dying is only humane with a livable income

Medical assistance in dying (MAID) is widely accepted as a humane, safe way for terminally ill or suffering patients to end their lives with the help of medical professionals. But that can only be true if someone has a livable income.

Kawartha Lakes’ flag among the final four in contest

Municipal World Magazine is running the first Canada’s Best Municipal Flag Contest and Kawartha Lakes’ flag has made it to the top four flags out of 64 contenders

Municipal election starting to take shape

Kawartha Lakes residents will be asked to exercise their democratic right one more time on Oct. 24 in what could be a sea change election.