October 15, 2014 Edition
The next leader of the Ontario PC party dined at the Morrisburg Legion last week, but as of yet, who the leader of the province’s official opposition party will be has not yet been decided.
This leadership bid is to replace Tim Hudak, who resigned when the Ontario Liberals...
South Dundas council added their voice to the list of those concerned with the Industry Canada proposal. The proposal will force Internet providers like Xplornet Communications to give up their 3500 MHz spectrum, which is being used to bring high speed internet services to about 11,000...
The “Alarm for Life” program, promoted by the South Dundas Fire and Emergency Services, received some much appreciated financial support during the Saturday, October 4, 2014, open house at the Morrisburg fire hall.
Jake Lapierre, Union Gas utility...
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The Morrisburg Junior B Lions slipped to the bottom of the St. Lawrence Division standings with a pair of losses this past weekend.
Saturday night, October 11, the Lions travelled to the Char-Lan Rec Centre where they lost 6-3 to the Rebels. Back home on...
The South Dundas Novice B Lions opened their 2014/15 season on the road and on a winning note.
On Wednesday night, October 8, the Lions travelled to Kemptville where they collected a close 4-3 win from the Kemptville B2 Panthers.
The Lions Nick Connors...
A strong second period by the visiting Smiths Falls Bears proved too much for the South Dundas Novice C Lions.
The veteran Bears scored three times in the middle frame to skate away with the victory.
Fans certainly got to see an entertaining game....
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