kawarth promoer news logo

            The City of Kawartha Lakes narrowly missed a place in history by becoming the first municipality in Ontario to adopt the "Blue Dot" resolution supporting clean water, air and safe food.

            But at least we’re second, after

 

            Spring is approaching, and with its warmer weather comes melting snow, rain, and the break-up of ice along rivers, streams, ponds, and lakes. Kawartha Conservation reminds parents and caregivers to be alert to the dangers near the water.

  • As temperatures rise above zero, thinning
Friday, 10 April 2015 00:00

Child poverty a reality—here, now

            More than 70 of the 370 students at Bobcaygeon Public School are likely living in poverty, Principal Jane Austin told a meeting on child poverty at Trinity United Church in March.

            The figure is

Friday, 10 April 2015 00:00

Help keep our city beautiful

            As melting snow reveals the candy bar wrappers, pop cans and other detritus of winter, the City of Kawartha Lakes is encouraging residents to join its annual20-Minute Community Clean-Up (formerly the 20-Minute Makeover).

            It’s a

            Spring is approaching, and with its warmer weather comes melting snow, rain, and the break-up of ice along rivers, streams, ponds, and lakes. Kawartha Conservation reminds parents and caregivers to be alert to the dangers near

            Habitat For Humanity is ready to launch its first “build” in Lindsay.

            “We have the land,” the organization says in

By Glenna Burns

            Property taxes in Trent Lakes are expected to rise by about 3.5 percent, according to developing budget projections.

            That will mean a $40 hike on a

            Stuck in a financial situation that is “not debatable,” with a business model that is “not viable,” according to Mayor Andy Letham, the City of Kawartha Lakes council and senior staff are beginning an “immediate

            Kawartha Lakes Council has approved a $2.24 million reconstruction project for Adelaide Street South in Lindsay.

            The project, from Durham Street to Kent, will replace 545 meters of

Wednesday, 18 March 2015 00:00

Trent Lakes should reverse quarry support

By Glenna Burns

            Trent Lakes Municipal Council not only can—but should—support citizens appealing the Ontario Municipal Board ruling on a previous council’s approval of the large Dewdney Mountain Farms quarry, the appellants’ lawyer said March 17.

            Graham Andrews, of the Eric Gillespie law office, told council

Featured Advertisers

promote your business
James Goodliff Art

Local Weather

61°
16°
°F | °C
Mostly Cloudy
Humidity: 84%
17 kph
Wed
Mostly Sunny
53 | 69
11 | 20
Thu
Showers
57 | 67
13 | 19