December 4, 2013 Edition
It was a dream of a lifetime for young hockey fans Brody Froats and Tysen Lefebvre, who, together dropped the opening puck(s) for the Ottawa Senators versus Vancouver Canucks NHL game at the Canadian Tire Centre, last Thursday night, November 28.
In front of 17,931 cheering fans,...
Gary Goodyear, Minster of State for the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario was in Winchester Friday, November 27, and there he announced that the federal government will invest $48 million in the renewal of the Eastern Ontario Development Program.
Weather, among other factors, threw a wrench into the plan to get a first lift of asphalt put down on Lakeshore Drive this year.
Friday, the contractor working on the Lakeshore Drive sewer project was on site doing some grading work, but Chris Bazinet, manager of public works...
Last year he celebrated his birthday, a very sick young man, in his hospital bed at CHEO.
This year Brody Froats, the son of Mark and Lisa Froats of Morrisburg, celebrated his 18th birthday (Monday, December 2), no longer in hospital and fresh from an exhilarating experience last...
Christmas is fast approaching. One of the events in South Dundas which makes the season a little more special is the annual concert by the Seaway Valley Singers.
The 46-voice choir, under the direction of Choir Master Robert Jones, will perform Sing Gloria! on Sunday,...
Led by their senior LINK crew, and the grade 10 WEB (Where Everyone Belongs) crew, the students and teachers at Seaway District High School in Iroquois made it clear that bullying has no place in school or community life.
During the week of November 18-22, there was a board wide...
Some 25 outdoor enthusiasts gathered recently at Two Creeks Forest Conservation Area to celebrate final implementation of improvement projects provided under the Great Lakes Community Guardian Fund.
The $25,000 GLGF grant permitted upgrading part of the four km hiking trail that runs...
The pumpkin displays have been put away and Upper Canada Village is preparing to light up for Alight at Night on Friday, December 6.
The Alight at Night Festival at Upper Canada Village is one of Ontario’s premiere winter events where over a million lights transform this...
Absolutely every time.
I know that Tiny Tim doesn’t die. I know that Bob and all the Cratchits will have a brighter future. I know that Ebenezer Scrooge will emerge a wiser and better man in the end.
Yet I still find myself as deeply caught up in...
Santa, Mrs. Claus and all their helpers are ready to ring in the festive season this Saturday, December 7, with the annual Morrisburg Santa Parade.
This is the 20th year that Santa’s local right hand man, George Davies, has organized the parade, which year after year...
Members of the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees Women’s Volleyball team were at Seaway District High School on Sunday, where they worked with local players (grades 8-12) who are participating in the second annual Spikes Volleyball program organized by Andy Lee.