War Memorial shooting leaves soldier dead

A massive police presence blankets Parliament Hill and surrounding areas in the early afternoon of Oct. 22, following shootings at the Canadian War Memorial and the Parliament Buildings. A gunman was shot dead within the building shortly after a Canadian soldier was shot and killed at the War Memorial.

Day of violence shocks capital

Following a whirlwind of violence that gripped the capital, Canadians were reminded that they are “not immune” to the scourge of terror.

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Wall Street Thanksgiving

Members of the Upper Canada Cyclones major bantam AAA rep team were among the volunteers who pitched in at Wall Street United Church’s Thanksgiving Dinner served on Saturday, Oct. 11.

All are welcome as Wall Street United shares Thanksgiving meal

As the holiday weekend approached, a record number of volunteers set out to make the 10th annual Thanksgiving Dinner at Wall Street United...

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Hockey Night in Leeds Grenville raises record amount for United Way

Announcing the Hockey Night in Leeds Grenville total during intermission: (from left) Riverside’s Scot Birnie, United Way Business Relations Manager Crystal Sled, Board Chair Michael Jiggins and Campaign Chair Terry O’Reilly; MP Gord Brown; United Way Executive Director Judi Baril; and Riverside’s Stu Birnie, Ted MacMillan and Stephen Birnie.

Hockey Night raises record amount for Leeds & Grenville United Way

Events – The 2014 edition of Hockey Night in Leeds Grenville was held at Ingredion Centre in Cardinal on Thursday, Oct. 23. The eighth...

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Central Park

Ten family-friendly things to do in Manhattan

Ten family-friendly things to do in Manhattan

The city that never sleeps. The concrete jungle. Pretty enticing nicknames for young partygoers or adventure seekers looking to get their...

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World Cycling Tour

Six individuals are taking 365 days (one year) to travel the world to bring awareness to Multiple Sclerosis and learn from other countries what they are doing for those suffering with MS. From left to right are Benoit Le Quentrec, 54-year-old MS sufferer Gérard Guillouzic with his son, Yvan behind him, with Youen Le Quintrec and Thomas Balloy holding the MS World Cycling Tour flag and Nicholas Lefèvre kneeling in the front. After their stop in Brockville, they were cycling to Toronto.

World Cycling Tour Against MS comes to Brockville

Amid rain showers on Friday, Oct. 3, six French cyclists arrived at the home of John and Elaine McClintock for dinner and an overnight stay.

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Augusta Township Business of the Year

Darcy Alkerton (front, left) and his wife Sue (front, right), owners of Nuisance Wildlife Control Inc., were recently presented with the Augusta Township Business of the Year Award by (back, from left) Leeds and Grenville Warden Ron Holman, Leeds-Grenville MPP Steve Clark, Augusta Councillor Doug Malanka, event organizer Wendy Onstein and Augusta Reeve Mel Campbell.

Augusta business award goes to Nuisance Wildlife Control

One of the fastest-growing and most innovative businesses in the region was recently named the Township of Augusta's business of the year....

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Special recognition

At a special 40th anniversary dance for Prescott’s Harbour Lites Square Dance Club, long-time square dancer Rusty Saunders (second from left) was recognized for her contributions to square and round dancing over the years. On hand to present her with the Trillium Award of Merit were (from left) Dave Western, president of the Eastern Ontario Square and Round Dance Association; Karen Remy and Peter Courdin of the Ontario Square and Round Dance Federation; and Regina Gerhard of Harbour Lites.

Forty years on the dance floor with Harbour Lites

More than 200 people packed the gymnasium at South Grenville District High School in Prescott last Saturday night to celebrate the 40th...

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News From Beyond Brockville

Canada

Memorial held for slain Canadian soldiers

Memorial held in Montreal for soldiers Patrice Vincent and Nathan Cirillo

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World

Health care worker criticizes quarantine process

Health care worker quarantined after arrival from West Africa criticizes how it was handled

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World

Boat accident leaves 26 dead in Zambia

Boat accident in Zambia leaves 26 people dead, most of them children

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Ontario

Wynne leaves for weeklong China trade trip

Wynne leaves for weeklong China trade trip; will join Quebec and PEI premiers

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Events In Brockville

Youth Darts

Sat Oct 25 | 9:00 AM

A Few of My Favourite Things

Sat Oct 25 | 7:30 PM

YMCA 2nd Annual Craft Sale

Sun Oct 26 | 10:00 AM

Memories of Rock & Roll

Sun Oct 26 | 2:00 PM

BINGO at the Legion November

Sun Oct 26 | 6:00 PM

Pipe Band Brockville November

Tue Oct 28 | 5:30 PM

Upcoming Events

Wed Oct 29 | 6:30 PM

Pumpkinferno

Thu Oct 30 | 2:00 PM

Sing-a-Long Christmas Carol...

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Sat Sep 20, 2014 - Fri Jun 12, 2015

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Wed Oct 8, 2014 - Mon Oct 27, 2014

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Thu Oct 23, 2014 - Sat Nov 1, 2014

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Mon Oct 20, 2014 - Sun Oct 26, 2014

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