'The trauma of human trafficking is significant.'
The Ontario government is investing more than $780,000 over the next five years in a new community-based program to provide more young victims and survivors of human trafficking in Kawartha Lakes with the services they need.
Green Party still looking for candidate
With a fall federal election a real possibility, the Conservatives and Liberals locally appear to be ready with two familiar faces.
Incumbent Jamie Schmale of the Conservative Party of Canada has already been nominated by his party executive and will be running for a third time, first elected in 2015.
Members of the City of Kawartha Lakes Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have arrested someone in connection with what is now determined to be a homicide in the area of Fenelon Falls.
I got lost as I was looking for it — the Blakely Farm cemetery, that is. When I ought to have gone due south on Old Mill Road in the former Ops Township, I instead made a left turn and ended up cycling through some of the most spectacular scenery in this part of Kawartha Lakes.
Hilary Leehane, consulting hypnotherapist, originally trained as an industrial designer — someone who develops concepts for manufactured products. The job would have combined art, business and engineering.
We’re grateful to see interest in the 50/50 Raffle continue to grow
New initiatives of the Ross Memorial Hospital’s volunteer auxiliary include the Ross Family & Friends 50/50 Raffle which launched with a pilot series in the fall of 2020.
Today, Ross Memorial Hospital celebrated its 50,000 dose of coronavirus vaccine administered to members of the community at the hospital’s drive-thru COVID-19 vaccination clinic at the Lindsay Fairgrounds (LEX).