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Pathways to Production program offers skills and experience
Pathways to Production program offers skills and experience

The Economic Development Offices from Brockville, Gananoque, Prescott and the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville, along with Employment and Education Centre, CSE Consulting, KEYS Employment Centre, St. Lawrence College and Eastern Workforce Innovation Board are working together to support manufacturing labour demands in our area.

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Town Hall December 4, 2019
Town Hall December 4, 2019

See what your local mayors have to say this week in South Grenville

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Rangers continue winning games and fans
Rangers continue winning games and fans

Being with the Rangers from the onset, Cameron Dillon can relate to growing as a player and as a team.

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St. Lawrence College's Brockville campus to get a hand from local artist
St. Lawrence College's Brockville campus to get a hand from local artist

The sculpture was offered to the City of Brockville, but when finding a suitable public space became a challenge, SLC offered an ideal location on Parkedale Avenue, ensuring its visibility and accessibility to the Brockville community.

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Ontario investing $20 million annually to fight human trafficking
Ontario investing $20 million annually to fight human trafficking

As a first priority, Ontario is committing $20 million in annual funding for victim supports and anti-human trafficking enforcement initiatives.

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Town Hall - November 27, 2019
Town Hall - November 27, 2019

Hear what your local mayors have to say this week in South Grenville

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Seaway shipping stoppages in December would cost economy $250 million/per week
Seaway shipping stoppages in December would cost economy $250 million/per week

Closing the St. Lawrence Seaway in December to accommodate higher water outflow at the Moses-Saunders dam would cost the Canadian and U.S. economies $250 million/per week

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Michael Barrett, M.P. calls for   Parliament to reconvene to end CN Strike
Michael Barrett, M.P. calls for Parliament to reconvene to end CN Strike

Many local farmers and elevators have been advised that their shipments of propane have ceased, due to the CN rail strike.

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Being a Ranger on and off the ice
Being a Ranger on and off the ice

For the captain of the South Grenville Rangers, it is about a lot more than just playing the game.

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Prescott Journal announces frightening two-week writing contest
Prescott Journal announces frightening two-week writing contest

The Prescott Journal is hosting it's Third Annual Halloween Story Contest!

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Authors invited to share fact or fiction in 2019 Windmill Writing Contest
Authors invited to share fact or fiction in 2019 Windmill Writing Contest

Seven cash prizes up for grabs in annual literary competition

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SpencerCity celebrates three years with community this coming Saturday
SpencerCity celebrates three years with community this coming Saturday

SpencerCity will be hosting a 3rd Anniversary Party on Saturday, August 10.

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Arena fundraiser set for Saturday afternoon at The Barn
Arena fundraiser set for Saturday afternoon at The Barn

The Barn at the Boneyard will host an afternoon concert featuring renowned performer Big John "T-Bone" Little with proceeds going towards the new Prescott Arena.

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Start your week on a high note with St. Lawrence Shakespeare this summer
Start your week on a high note with St. Lawrence Shakespeare this summer

The popular Annual Monday Night Live Series has officially kicked off for the season

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Josh Bennett 2019 Liberal candidate for Leeds--Grenville--Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes

Josh Bennett has been nominated as the Liberal candidate in Leeds--Grenville--Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes for this year's federal election.

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Blue Church gets fresh coat of paint and more
Blue Church gets fresh coat of paint and more

Prescott's beloved Blue Church has received a much-needed facelift and is bright and blue once again.

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Heat warning update
Heat warning update

Due to high temperatures and humidex levels Environment Canada has issued a heat warning levels for Wednesday afternoon into Thursday for the area of Leeds and Grenville.

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Skills Training Partnership to help local employers, jobseekers
Skills Training Partnership to help local employers, jobseekers

Leeds-Grenville-Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes MPP Steve Clark has announced the Ontario government will provide $500,000 to support a new training partnership to help the manufacturing sector in Eastern Ontario attract workers.

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New funding supports local mental health & addictions services
New funding supports local mental health & addictions services

Leeds-Grenville-Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes MPP Steve Clark says Ontario's Government for the People is providing funding for desperately needed mental health and addictions services on the ground, in schools, communities and health centres across the province.

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The Last Word - A spelling crisis?
The Last Word - A spelling crisis?

Our Co-Op student Devon conducted a social experiment on our Facebook page this week.

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Canadian Tire supports new arena campaign
Canadian Tire supports new arena campaign

Brian Dikdan (second from right), owner of the Canadian Tire in Prescott, presented a cheque last week to town council

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Memory of George Elliot continues to serve the community
Memory of George Elliot continues to serve the community

When Augusta Township's deputy mayor, George Elliott, passed away unexpectedly two years ago, it left a big hole in the community, but it also left a legacy, one that continues to inspire people to give back and to help those in need.

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Splash pad debate boils over in committee meeting
Splash pad debate boils over in committee meeting

PRESCOTT - There was another discussion Monday night at a meeting of Prescott's committee of the whole about the best location for the town's proposed new splash pad, and this time, the discussion turned a little fiery.

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Nominations still open for citizen, volunteer and business of the year
Nominations still open for citizen, volunteer and business of the year

Nominations are coming in for Prescott's citizen, volunteer and business of the year, but there are no doubt many more people in town who have earned recognition for their contributions.

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Rangers sweep Jets, move on to NCJHL semi-finals
Rangers sweep Jets, move on to NCJHL semi-finals

After dispatching the Metcalfe Jets back to the hanger with a four-game-sweep of the opening series of the National Capital Junior Hockey League (NCJHL) playoffs, the South Grenville Rangers will move on to face off against the Vankleek Hill Cougars in the semi-finals.

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