From ash to nature totem tree

In the summer of 2020, it became obvious to Carole May that the two ash trees bordering the lakeside playground… Continue reading “From ash to nature totem tree”

Moose Lodge disbands after 92 years of service to community

After 92 years in Lindsay, a long-time service club has been officially disbanded. Moose Kelly Parker says for a long time Lindsay’s lodge had the biggest base in all of Ontario for the international fraternity known as the Loyal Order of Moose.

Colourful ‘Dr. Mike’ has seen the world, now calls Lindsay home

One of the first things I learned after meeting Dr. Michael Joseph Moreton is that he likes to be referred to as Dr. Mike. It’s a tradition that began in Asia, where he has decades of work history, and it’s a moniker he carried back home with him.

Community Care puts government grants to work for volunteers, programs

MPP Laurie Scott and MP Jamie Schmale stopped in at the Community Care City of Kawartha Lakes (CCCKL) site to formally congratulate the organization on the work being done as a result of receiving $174,600 in grant money.

Kawartha Lakes Public Library

Library system requests two per cent increase

The Kawartha Lakes Library Board has asked council for a 2 per cent increase over 2021. That amount translates into $131,000.

KLPS officer dies

It is with profound sadness and heavy hearts that the Kawartha Lakes Police Service announces the death of one of its members on Nov. 5. 

Kawartha Lakes Police Service asks for big budget increase

More officers will be part of a community response unit that will patrol downtown

The Kawartha Lakes Police Service is calling for an additional $541,000 in funding for 2022.