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Lindsay ‘working poor’ take note: Most basic income sign-ups are employed people

About two thirds of basic income sign-ups so far have come from the so-called ‘working poor,’ a fact Lindsay residents… Continue reading “Lindsay ‘working poor’ take note: Most basic income sign-ups are employed people”

Police Chief John Hagarty talks fentanyl, building community, and basic income

Police Chief John Hagarty talks fentanyl, building community, and basic income

It’s the last year for John Hagarty as Lindsay’s chief of police, given his imminent retirement next fall, and it’s… Continue reading “Police Chief John Hagarty talks fentanyl, building community, and basic income”

Downtown Lindsay at dusk.

Downtown Lindsay at dusk

A woman on a bike blurs through Lindsay’s downtown at dusk. Temperatures are expected to be in the high teens… Continue reading “Downtown Lindsay at dusk”

Benns’ Belief: Revamp of employment services needed

Fleming president says college tries to stay on top of skills employers need

One of the key challenges for Lindsay and Kawartha Lakes is the growing skills shortage. It’s affecting area employers who… Continue reading “Fleming president says college tries to stay on top of skills employers need”

Part of Colborne Street to close

From Oct. 2 to Dec. 22, a section of Colborne Street West (alongside the Scugog River) in Lindsay, will be… Continue reading “Part of Colborne Street to close”

Do Millennials in Lindsay lack a good worth ethic?

Do Millennials in Lindsay lack a good worth ethic?

“They seem to think highly of themselves.” “Too over-confident.” “They have a ‘baby-on-board’ protected mentality.” “They’re always connected to their… Continue reading “Do Millennials in Lindsay lack a good worth ethic?”

Lumberjack and Family Day

Lumberjack and family day

Don’t miss the professional Lumberjack and family events, including an amateur axe throwing contest, beer gardens, children’s activities and food… Continue reading “Lumberjack and family day”