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Mary Jean McFall declares her candidacy for the federal Liberal nomination in Leeds-Grenville. She made the announcement in front of Burnbrae Farms last Wednesday morning. The lawyer and Brockville councillor is the third candidate for the local nomination
Mary Jean McFall believes the best place for her to represent local residents is on Parliament Hill.
Tony Weeks is the president and CEO for Brockville General Hospital.
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Among the 18 candidates vying for the eight councillor seats on Brockville council are, left to right and seated, Mark Venema, Jane Fullarton, Stephanie Saunders, JeffEarle, Barry Wallace, Jason Baker, Meghan Plooy and Mike Kalivas. From left to rightstanding are Gord Smith, Rob Shannon, Tom Blanchard, Dave Wilson, Philip Deery, Nicholas Daigle, David LeSueur and Leigh Bursey. Absent are Brian James Kahnt and Kent Henderson.
The Brockville Arts Centre swelled with people to hear from the pool of candidates vying for a seat on Brockville city council.
The contributions made by departing Elizabethtown-Kitley Councillor Dr. John Johnston were also recognized by the township committee at its annual luncheon on Oct. 2. Sue Johnston accepts the award on her husband's behalf
Wyatt Kennedy-Jones, a Grade 6 student at Iroquois Public School, lines up a putt as his classmate, James Joldersma, and OPP Constable Tylor Copeland (left), co-ordinator of Seaway Valley Crime Stoppers, look on during a round of golf played at the Iroquois Golf Club last Thursday as part of the Stay the Course for Communities program.
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The Brockville and District Chamber of Commerce hosted a mayoral debate at the Brockville Arts Centre on Monday, Oct. 6. From left are candidates: Cec Drake, Louise Severson and incumbent David Henderson.
Following the councillor candidate debate hosted by the Brockville and District Chamber of Commerce on Monday, Oct. 6, the mayoral debate...
Derek Edwards will surely have the audience rolling in the aisles with his hilarious look at life. His Baloney and Wine tour stops in Brockville Friday, Oct. 17.
Talking about everyday happenings and making them even the least bit interesting for an audience is an art. Taking those same events and...
Ontario to increase fines for texting, using hand-held phone while driving
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Federal Conservatives under fire after 'blind luck' keeps drifting ship afloat
One dead after vehicle driven in the wrong direction on the QEW in Stoney Creek
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