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Advocate wins Media Excellence award for second year in a row

The Lindsay Advocate won the Media Excellence award at the Lindsay + District Chamber of Commerce’s annual Awards of Excellence.

Council recommends five out of six ATV trails, excludes Bobcaygeon option

Kawartha Lakes council recommended the approval of five out of six routes that will allow owners of these vehicles to travel on city-owned roads to access the Victoria Rail Trail at various locations.

100 Women Who Care helps RMH

The Ross Memorial Hospital Foundation was honoured to be selected by the 100 Women Who Care Kawartha Lakes to receive members’ combined support for a new community MRI, according to a media release.

Support needed for women experiencing homelessness: Shoebox Project

Local resident Kerri Murphy is seeking support from the Kawartha Lakes Community in her efforts to reduce the feelings of… Continue reading “Support needed for women experiencing homelessness: Shoebox Project”

Lindsay downtown BIA asks for increase from council

Describing 2021 as a year like no other, Steve Podolsky, board chair of the Lindsay Downtown Business Improvement Association, and Melissa McFarland, executive director of the Lindsay Downtown BIA, asked council for a 3.7 percent increase in funding for the municipal board established and responsible to Kawartha Lakes Council.

More potential ATV routes going to council this week

More ATV routes will be considered on Tuesday, Nov. 16 by Kawartha Lakes Council.

Housing Corporation looking for seven per cent increase from council

With the chronic shortage of affordable housing in Kawartha Lakes, the work being done by the municipally owned Kawartha Lakes Haliburton Housing Corporation in providing geared to income housing is becoming all the more important.