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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”

Wellness fair at Armouries

A free community wellness event happens Nov. 9 from 10 am to 3 pm at the Lindsay Armouries, on 210… Continue reading “Wellness fair at Armouries”

Kawartha Lakes to move forward with community safety and well-being plan

Every employee has mental health; how’s yours?

The average Canadian spends roughly 40 hours per week at work. Those days are often spent filing, lifting, sweating, serving… Continue reading “Every employee has mental health; how’s yours?”

Mayor suggests free garbage weeks at landfills

In a memo to council yesterday, City of Kawartha Lakes Mayor Andy Letham proposed a pilot project which would permit… Continue reading “Mayor suggests free garbage weeks at landfills”