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Get reduced-price souvenirs from cancelled plowing match

Although the lingering COVID-19 pandemic has forced the cancellation of the 2020-21 International Plowing Match and Rural Expo, organizers look forward to hosting an informal open house later this week.

Body discovered in Fenelon Falls

Members of the City of Kawartha Lakes Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are investigating after a body was… Continue reading “Body discovered in Fenelon Falls”

Gamiing Nature Centre offers summer day camps

Gamiing Nature Centre is offering summer day camp in August for ages 4-11.

During the five-day nature camp, youth will participate in active and engaging outdoor experiences. Campers will use the newly refurbished Discovery Shack which has been restored thanks to local community support.

Globus to resume indoor theatre with murder mystery

Globus Theatre is looking forward to finally re-opening indoors with a bigger-than-ever show — The Great Cottage Catastrophe. It’s an interactive show that allows you to solve the mystery while dining out.

Lindsay woman with rare condition looks forward to starting new chapter of her life

Ever heard of porphyria (por-FEAR-e-uh)? Or maybe a specific kind of it, erythropoietic protoporphyria (EPP)? Me neither. In fact, some doctors have not heard of it and even disbelieved Lindsay resident Megan Nicholas when she told them she felt like she was burning up, despite no outward symptoms.

Award-winning facility management drawing company located in Lindsay

Engineering drawings are the lifeblood of managing any facility.

Councillor hopes Pontypool will eventually be included in Via Train plans

Councillor hopes Pontypool will eventually be included in Via Train plans

New high frequency trains could travel as fast as 200 km per hour

The Canadian government has announced a high frequency rail proposal for the Toronto to Quebec City corridor – and Councillor Tracy Richardson says it’s a win “for the entire province” but hopes it will also include Kawartha Lakes.