Statistics show that traffic accident fatalities nearly double in summer months compared to winter months.
Weather is not the factor most of us think it is. In 2011, more than 83
The David Suzuki Foundation wants governments and rail, road and hydro agencies across Canada to plant milkweed—the wildflower that monarch butterflies depend on—along rail lines, roadsides, hydro corridors, and in schoolyards and gardens across the nation.
"We've lost almost a
With the Emerald Ash Borer detected and confirmed in Memorial Park in Lindsay, in Oakwood, and at the first site near Balsam Lake, the City of Kawartha Lakes has taken “a number of steps to help mitigate the spread of the Emerald Ash Borer and are currently working on a series of best practices to be adopted by council,” says Craig Shanks, Director of Community Services for Kawartha Lakes.
“We have witnessed the tremendous damage the Emerald Ash Borer has caused in
Nobel Peace Prize nominee and Inuit author Sheila Watt-Cloutier will be the keynote speaker at a conference this weekend at Fleming College’s Frost Campus.
The Changing Climate Changing Communities conference will take place Saturday, March 21. It is organized by students in the Ecosystem Management Technology program.
Watt-Cloutier, an Inuit woman from northern Quebec, was nominated for the
An evil Laird has gone missing, who is responsible?
As the 25th season of Kawartha Settlers’ Village approaches, the village is busy preparing for its first event, a murder mystery theatre piece entitled,
The theme will be “All About the Beat” when the Bobcaygeon Skating Club offers its Annual Skating Show at the Bobcaygeon Verulam Community Centre on
As a public service, the Kawartha Promoter will list the Easter weekend service times for all area churches that send us the information. The schedule will be included in our
The temps have risen, the clocks have changed. I guess we should say “welcome spring” as we also say “welcome” to Barb
They may be Grannies but they aren't stuffy. The Fenelon Falls Grannies for Grannies group is looking for musicians to perform in the seventh annual, eight-hour Music Marathon on Saturday, April 11, from 9 am to 5 pm at Fenelon’s St. James Anglican Church.
In previous years they’ve had a wide variety of performers—from a
There's nothing more Canadian than a hearty pour of maple syrup on your pancakes, but vintner John Rufa from Kawartha Country Wines, north of Buckhorn, suggests you try it in your wine glass instead.
The winery is hosting “Maple Day,” a free
Tickets go on sale on March 10 for the Spring Dinner Theatre production of "Out of Sight ... Out of Murder" at the Buckhorn Community Centre. The production will run
Spring into the season and shake off the cold this Easter, when the Fenelon Falls Events Committee celebrates the community’s annual Easter Eggstravaganza. It’s a festive
The Bobcaygeon Helps Food Bank is organizing a not-to-be-missed fundraiser for the end of the month called "Soupalicious."
Ten local restaurants—the “cream of the crop”—will offer a medley of their best homemade soups, with
Ward 6 Councillor Doug Elmslie is holding his annual Town Hall meeting on Thursday, March 19, from 7 to 9 pm at the