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“The truth has to be spoken”: residential school survivors and those lost honoured in Huntsville

"On a path to healing, let us always remember." Those were the words displayed on a banner hung at St. Mary of the Assumption Parish in Huntsville. A gathering was organized to honour the children who died at residential schools as well as the survivors. While Pope Francis' apology this week...

OPP enforcing “move over” law this long weekend

Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), including officers in the OPP's central region, are targeting drivers who don’t move over for emergency vehicles or tow trucks this long weekend. The OPP says their annual Move Over Campaign includes ‘robust’ enforcement and education. Provincial Police report the Highway Traffic Act requires drivers to slow...

Local health unit reports first Monkeypox case in the area

The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit (HKPR District Health Unit) is reporting its first lab-confirmed case of Monkeypox. The first local case was confirmed on Wednesday, July 27 and involves a resident from Northumberland County who is currently recovering and in isolation. The health unit has also completed...

Hockey Canada says it used money from reserve fund to pay for nine settlements totaling $7.6 million

More revelations in the Hockey Canada hearing. The national governing body for the sport in Canada says they paid out nine settlements from its National Equity Fund, totaling $7.6 million, since 1989. A large portion of the funds was related to Graham James, a former Canadian junior ice hockey coach who...

Ontario SPCA and Humane Society remind that fireworks not enjoyable for many pets

The sound of fireworks being set off can often be heard during long weekends in Cottage Country. The Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) and Humaine Society warn the practice is not an enjoyable one for pets. "It’s important to keep in mind, that fireworks are...

Scouts Canada members name Algonquin Park as one of Canada’s “most epic” camping sites

A survey done by Scouts Canada has found that Algonquin Provincial Park is the third “most epic” place to camp in Canada. The survey saw 32.9-percent of the 46,704 Scouts members vote for Algonquin. That placed it third on the list. Alberta’s Jasper National Park placed first with 39.5-percent of...
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