Trevor’s Take: We have to grow up

Launch Kawartha hires business advisor and program manager

Just a year after officially opening the new LAUNCH Kawartha Entrepreneurship and Innovation Centre on Kent Street in downtown Lindsay,… Continue reading “Launch Kawartha hires business advisor and program manager”

Invest Kawartha launches LEAP program

Invest Kawartha, formerly known as the Kawartha Lakes Business and Community Development Corporation (KL BCDC) is proud to announce the… Continue reading “Invest Kawartha launches LEAP program”

Don’t lose your head over this romantic holiday

I’ve always been a ‘take the bad news first, good news second’ type of person. So the bad news is… Continue reading “Don’t lose your head over this romantic holiday”

Freedom is not a privilege but a human right

By Wesley Letsholo As an immigrant from South Africa, I acknowledge it is a privilege to be able to call… Continue reading “Freedom is not a privilege but a human right”

Unions in Kawartha Lakes

By David Rapaport, adjunct professor of sociology, Trent University The recent history of the labour movement in Kawartha Lakes reflects… Continue reading “Unions in Kawartha Lakes”

Little Britain Foodland closing for good

Little Britain residents will soon have to travel to Lindsay for groceries. As first reported in the Advocate’s social media… Continue reading “Little Britain Foodland closing for good”

Noon hour concerts return to Cambridge Street United Church

Cambridge St. United is pleased to present its 21st season of Noon Hour Concerts during Lent. Concerts will take place… Continue reading “Noon hour concerts return to Cambridge Street United Church”