'The trauma of human trafficking is significant.'
The Ontario government is investing more than $780,000 over the next five years in a new community-based program to provide more young victims and survivors of human trafficking in Kawartha Lakes with the services they need.
Developers, community housing providers, non profits, landlords and homeowners are invited to learn about various incentives available to create affordable… Continue reading “Incentives offered for affordable housing”
This year you can safely walk, run, horseback ride, swim, kayak or cycle
APCH is encouraging participants to safely walk, run, horseback ride, swim, kayak or cycle following government mandated rules, on or before Aug. 28. There is no registration fee, however, anyone participating in an activity will be required to sign a waiver when they register. Those who wish only to donate do not need to register or sign a waiver.
With local real estate prices spiralling into the stratosphere, Peter Wallace wants Kawartha Lakes to allow the construction and full-time occupancy of tiny homes.
The Kawartha Lakes Food Source (KLFS) opened its doors on March 3, 2002, after a collective of community members representing… Continue reading “Food Source commemorates 20 years of service in community”
91.9 BOB FM has partnered up with the Kawartha Lakes Food Source (KLFS) to launch the Donate A Dish –… Continue reading “Initiative aims to support restaurants, people in need”
It was always a little bit personal for Hope Lee. After 34 years with the city’s housing division, Hope Lee… Continue reading “Hope Lee retires: City’s progressive housing stance a reflection of Lee’s leadership”