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Strathcona Cup play is coming to Lindsay Curling Club

The Strathcona Cup is a curling competition that has been held every five years since 1909.

Flag-raising ceremony and campaign launch for Women’s Resources

November 25 was the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and the First Day of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence. 

How ready are you for a prolonged emergency?

There are many positive aspects to life in the Kawartha Lakes, and you can add one more that might not typically come to mind: not a lot of emergencies.

Council unanimous in opposing Ontario Conservatives’ Bill 23

Kawartha Lakes’ newly sworn-in council came together at only their second official meeting to unanimously show their concern and frustration with Bill 23.

Time flies. Should we?

Cool Tips for a Hot Planet series

When my daughter headed off to university in 2014, we promised her a family trip to Europe after graduation.  In 2019, we fulfilled that promise. 

$1 million for Lindsay’s Pinnguaq from federal government

Money is to adapt its digital literacy training tools to support businesses and job-seekers in Indigenous communities

The Pinnguaq Association (Pinnguaq) is a not-for-profit organization focused on working with rural, remote and Indigenous communities to ensure that they have the support they need to develop the digital literacy and skills needed to position them for success.

Sara Johnston gets nod as new paramedic chief

Today Ron Taylor, CAO of Kawartha Lakes, announced the appointment of Sara Johnston, currently Deputy Chief of Paramedics, to the… Continue reading “Sara Johnston gets nod as new paramedic chief”