Editorial: Opportunity’s knocking

November 2, 2017 Editor

For the past five years, the Parks of the St. Lawrence’s “Pumpkinferno” event has been growing. Not only has the event garnered awards and accolades from the tourism industry, the event has been attracting ever-building […]


Seaway send two to OFSSA

November 2, 2017 P. Blancher – Leader staff

KEMPTVILLE – Over 900 athletes from Eastern Ontario competed at the 2017 EOSSAA Cross-Country running championships held at St. Michael Catholic Secondary School in Kemptville October 26th. Seaway District High School sent a contingent of […]


Jim McDonell: Improper accounting costs us $4 Billion

October 31, 2017 Editor

During October, energy continued to dominate the headlines at Queen’s Park, with the government’s Fair Hydro Plan facing intense and devastating scrutiny. The Auditor-General released a report which she prefaced with the statement that it […]

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South Nation Conservation issues flood watch

October 30, 2017 Editor

FINCH – The South Nation Conservation Authority issued a flood watch relating to the rain received since October 29th. In a bulletin, the agency forecast a potential for flooding in its jurisdiction. Since yesterday, rain […]


Ross restructuring

October 26, 2017 R. Comfort – Leader staff

IROQUOIS – Ross Video is restructuring its workforce which has impacted some local jobs. The changes were announced to staff Monday. When contacted by The Leader about the job losses, marketing vice president, Jennifer Markey […]


Editorial: Should a hat decide?

October 26, 2017 Editor

The United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry has a new warden duly elected by drawing a name from a hat. It may sound absurd in a 21st Century modern democracy, that we resort to […]