Opinion

Jim McDonell – This week at Queen’s Park

December 8, 2017 Editor

TORONTO – As if the energy file couldn’t get any more attention at Queen’s Park, this week’s report by the Auditor-General, as well as other media revelations, threw more doubt over the transparency and management […]

News

County completes 2018 budget

December 7, 2017 Editor

The Council of the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry completed its review of the draft 2018 budget estimates on Monday, December 4th, 2017, several months earlier than in previous years. The comprehensive budget […]

Opinion

Editorial: Let it snow, or not

December 7, 2017 Editor

Often heard in recent years has been the lament: it’s sure hard to be in the holiday spirit when there is no snow on the ground. For Canadians, a white Christmas is as traditional as […]

Sports

Sports Wanderings: Head Shots

December 7, 2017 P. Blancher – Leader staff

In recent years, there has been more awareness brought to the issue of sports injuries and concussions/head trauma. Ontario passed Rowan’s Law, a private member’s bill, which will implement the 49 recommendations from a coroner’s […]

Entertainment

Christmas Around the World

December 7, 2017 W. Gibb – Leader staff

MORRISBURG – In November of 2016, Tilted Steeple Productions of Morrisburg brought the West Island Youth Symphony from Montreal to Morrisburg for one concert at St. James Anglican Church. The result was pure Christmas magic. […]