Basic income panel talks about hope, human rights, and the choice we make to allow poverty

The Roaring Twenties in Kawartha Lakes

The evening of Feb. 9, 1929, saw some 2,000 people pack the armoury in downtown Lindsay for the last night… Continue reading “The Roaring Twenties in Kawartha Lakes”

Hall of Fame 2023 inductee: 1966 Bobcaygeon Ti-Cats Junior D Hockey Club

By Amanda Tayles Some teams just have that unique “it” factor; a group of individuals which form a sum of… Continue reading “Hall of Fame 2023 inductee: 1966 Bobcaygeon Ti-Cats Junior D Hockey Club”

Lots of pushback on city’s strategic plan

Dozens of Kawartha Lakes voters braved bad weather and dodgy roads to have their say on the 2024-2027 Strategic Plan…. Continue reading “Lots of pushback on city’s strategic plan”

Council cleared of wrongdoing by ombudsman

In a letter dated February 13, 2024 and presented to council earlier this week, J. Paul Dube, the ombudsman for… Continue reading “Council cleared of wrongdoing by ombudsman”

The Circle Game

Our 130-year-old Heintzman upright piano came to us from my husband’s brother, who inherited it from their great aunt Marjorie,… Continue reading “The Circle Game”

Kawartha Art Gallery announces creation of Ken Found Art Fund

In honour of Ken Found’s enduring legacy, his family has planned to preserve his support for the Kawartha Lakes Art… Continue reading “Kawartha Art Gallery announces creation of Ken Found Art Fund”

Province keeps municipalities guessing: Is paramedic funding down or up?

City coping with new buying realities

Post COVID-19, the competitive municipal bid process is under stress. Many small to medium sized companies that once regularly bid… Continue reading “City coping with new buying realities”