Satanic raisins and a lament for a fading summer

New funding initiatives announced to support local cultural economy

Kawartha Lakes Council has approved two innovative funding initiatives to support the vital work for local not-for-profit organizations. These grants… Continue reading “New funding initiatives announced to support local cultural economy”

Lindsay Canadian Club to learn about being a bird-friendly community

The Lindsay Canadian Club is inviting members of the public to the sixth and final event of its 2023-2024 season:… Continue reading “Lindsay Canadian Club to learn about being a bird-friendly community”

Foodland loss in Little Britain is not progress

Re: Little Britain Foodland closing for good (March Advocate) Much like the previous Foodland grocery stores in Woodville, Janetville, and… Continue reading “Foodland loss in Little Britain is not progress”

Summer learning programs offered to students by TLDSB to fill in learning gaps

Clear solutions available for Ontario’s teacher shortage

Ontario is facing a devastating teacher shortage, and it is time for the Ontario government and school boards to take… Continue reading “Clear solutions available for Ontario’s teacher shortage”

Nexicom calling on Kawartha Lakes to help it grow

Nexicom, based in Millbrook, has recently celebrated 125 years of service – and they’re looking to grow in Kawartha Lakes…. Continue reading “Nexicom calling on Kawartha Lakes to help it grow”

Fun is on track with the Lindsay & District Model Engineers

Steam locomotives small enough to fit in the palm of one’s hand weave their way through luscious forests and over… Continue reading “Fun is on track with the Lindsay & District Model Engineers”