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Jon Perrin wins Citizen of the Year award; Diane Steven takes home Business Leader of the Year honours

Former police officer Jon Perrin won the Citizen of the Year award last night at the 2021 Awards of Excellence held by the Lindsay + District Chamber of Commerce.

Steam cleaning business based in Dunsford serves entire region

Concerned about the COVID-19 pandemic, Stephanie Welch realized that disinfecting and cleaning was going to become a very important part of people’s daily lives.

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.

Schmale tapped for O’Toole’s shadow cabinet

Local MP Jamie Schmale has been appointed as the new shadow minister for Indigenous Services in Canada’s 44th Parliament.

Pedestrian struck and killed in Little Britain now identified

The pedestrian was later pronounced deceased, and has been identified as Hugh MANLEY, 68 years-of-age, of Fenelon Township.

Community flea market to be held at BGC

BGC Kawarthas’ Youth Warehouse is hosting an inaugural Flea Market on Friday, Nov. 19. It will be an evening of arts, crafts and foods from its youth and community members. 

Free Little Food Pantry open at Kirkfield Public Library

Give what you can, take what you need

The “Free Little Food Pantry” is now open at the Kirkfield Public Library and is located on the west side of the building beside the parking lot, according to a media release.