Leeds-Grenville MPP Steve Clark has tabled two Order Paper questions to the Minister of Environment and Climate Change regarding the validity of the decades-old Environmental Assessment for the ED-19 site in the Township of Edwardsburgh-Cardinal.
Citizens Against the ED-19 Dump (CAD) will be hosting a family fun day on the Fair Grounds in Spencerville on Saturday, April 1 from 1:30 p.m. until 10:00 p.m.
Citizens Against the ED-19 Dump retains Canadian Environmental Law Association as Legal Counsel to oppose the ED-19 dump one day prior to group's presentation at County Council.
Prescott Flyers franchise sold to Pemboke Lumber Kings. Owner Kevin Harrison remembers the good times, thanks the community for 10 years support.
Senator Bob Runciman endorses Erin O'Toole for leadership
Augusta Mayor Doug Malanka addresses school closure.
Close to 200 residents attend initial "CAD" meeting in Johnstown.
A group of Edwardsburgh-Cardinal citizens are inviting fellow residents to a meeting to discuss options to fight the proposed ED 19 landfill sale.
Austin Selleck is a big part of his team even after an injury that keeps him off the ice.
Reacting to a response from close to 400 Edwardsburgh-Cardinal residents who packed into Spencerville's Drummond Building Thursday night to protest the proposed landfill site, E-C Mayor Pat Sayeau has put forth a request to the United Counties to halt the sale of ED19.
Leeds-Grenville MPP Steve Clark today called on trustees with the Upper Canada District School Board (UCDSB) to reject a staff report recommending the closure of seven elementary schools in his riding.
Boomer's Sports Bar and Restaurant, in downtown Prescott, will be hosting a fundraising event for local Figure Skater Matthew Markell on Saturday, February 25.
Senator Bob Runciman is hoping a new bill before the Senate to streamline the rules for reporting to Customs for boaters along the international border can become law before the 2017 boating season.
Letter from Edwardsburgh-Cardinal resident addresses concerns over ED-16
"We had a great time in Prescott and we are really excited about coming back," said Sens Alumni President Laurie Boschman, who was the first Ottawa Senators' captain in the club's modern era. "The people of Prescott were warm and welcoming and the big turnout made for a great event."
The Rotary Club of Prescott will be hosting an evening with underwater archeologist Jonathan Moore who will be shedding some light into the dark Arctic waters that contain the secrets of a number of historical shipwrecks. It promises to be an event enjoyed by both historians and shipping enthusiasts.
Mark Stubbs will speak at the event.
The Spencerville and Cardinal public libraries held a "Valentines for Vets" event this past Saturday.
OPP Report - Male arrested for assault on police officer
Edwardsburgh-Cardinal Ward 3 Councillor Michael Barrett is rallying in support of township residents wanting to readdress the ED-19 waste site proposal.
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