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School board would like more students to stay in Kawartha Lakes after graduation

Larry Hope hears the increasing cry from employers in Kawartha Lakes who say they need more skilled people for the… Continue reading “School board would like more students to stay in Kawartha Lakes after graduation”

City clerk retires after 35 years

City clerk retires after 35 years

Judy Currins will be missed by many as she retires after serving the City of Kawartha Lakes for more than… Continue reading “City clerk retires after 35 years”

For the record: What did Laurie/Jamie do? (Sept. 14, 2018)

Free job and post-secondary readiness at Lindsay library

Contact North will be promoting upcoming fall and winter online programs and courses at Kawartha Lakes Public Library’s Lindsay branch… Continue reading “Free job and post-secondary readiness at Lindsay library”

Weldon student wins high school business plan competition

Weldon student wins high school business plan competition

Meg Kitchen of I.E. Weldon Secondary School won top honours and $500 in the 2017 recently in the Kawartha Lakes… Continue reading “Weldon student wins high school business plan competition”

New economic development strategy for City of Kawartha Lakes

New economic development strategy for City

The City of Kawartha Lakes’ economic development division has delivered a new economic development strategy that focuses on creating a… Continue reading “New economic development strategy for City”

Letham welcomes basic income pilot in Lindsay

Mayor of the City of Kawartha Lakes, Andy Letham, says he gives kudos to the Province of Ontario for testing… Continue reading “Letham welcomes basic income pilot in Lindsay”

Lindsay-area John Howard Society expects basic income to have positive community effect

The executive director of Lindsay’s John Howard Society, Laura Maw, says she expects the basic income pilot project “will have… Continue reading “Lindsay-area John Howard Society expects basic income to have positive community effect”