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CBC Marketplace names Victoria Manor as sixth worst in Ontario for abuse between residents

City says Victoria Manor has more residents with a higher degree of cognitive impairments. A CBC Marketplace investigation has named… Continue reading “CBC Marketplace names Victoria Manor as sixth worst in Ontario for abuse between residents”

Eastern Ontario Wardens’ Caucus advocates for cellular network, economic development

The Eastern Ontario Wardens’ Caucus (EOWC) was recently held in Toronto, during the 2018 Rural Ontario Municipal Association (ROMA) conference…. Continue reading “Eastern Ontario Wardens’ Caucus advocates for cellular network, economic development”

Kawartha Lakes nets just under $100,000 in downtown revitalization money

Kawartha Lakes is getting more than $92,000 to enhance their downtown cores with landscaping, signage and lights, crosswalks for pedestrian… Continue reading “Kawartha Lakes nets just under $100,000 in downtown revitalization money”

‘Madame Assia’ enjoying small town life in Lindsay

What a difference an hour-and-a-half drive can make. Toronto is one of the most multicultural and diverse cities in the… Continue reading “‘Madame Assia’ enjoying small town life in Lindsay”

Local museum aims to become 'an agency of social change' with poverty exhibit

Local museum aims to become ‘an agency of social change’ with poverty exhibit

Lindsay Advocate Publisher Roderick Benns sat down with Ian McKechnie, local historian and assistant manager of the Olde Gaol Museum,… Continue reading “Local museum aims to become ‘an agency of social change’ with poverty exhibit”

Lindsay tech start-up awarded $1.7 million for coding programs across Nunavut, northern Ontario

Pinnguaq, the Arctic-inspired, Lindsay tech start-up, is being awarded $1.7 Million to develop and deliver coding programs across Nunavut and… Continue reading “Lindsay tech start-up awarded $1.7 million for coding programs across Nunavut, northern Ontario”