February 18, 2015 Edition
Effective Friday, February 13, 2015, South Dundas councillor Bill Ewing resigned from South Dundas Fire and Emergency Services.
Ewing was assistant deputy chief at SDFES Station 1-4, the Iroquois fire station.
Ewing has been an Iroquois firefighter since January...
Starting January 1, 2012, businesses were required to be in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act (AODA). Enacted in 2005, the AODA provides standards for accessibility in all areas of daily life.
Accessibility standards identify, remove and prevent...
WDMH’s cancer care navigator program supports patients and their families throughout their cancer journey. A new free workshop series is focusing on how to live well with cancer.
On Tuesday, February 24, WDMH will be hosting “Living Well...
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The season ended for the Morrisburg Junior (B) Lions on Sunday, but the game is still on as team management now battles to remain as a team in a soon-to-be reorganized Eastern Ontario Junior Hockey League (EOJHL).
The reorganization being considered will result in...
They did it! The South Dundas Atom B Lions clinched first place in the East Division of the UCMHL with an 8-4 victory over the Kemptville 2 Panthers, here on Sunday.
“We were much better ‘out of the gate’ in this one,” says...
The Morrisburg Junior B Lions finished the 2014-15 season with a win and a loss in weekend action against the Akwesasne Wolves.
They got it started on Cornwall Island, Saturday night, February 14, with a 5-4 overtime victory and then brought it back to Morrisburg...
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