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Turtles vs Turbines ERT – more time may be needed

The first day of a three-day Environmental Review Tribunal to consider plans to mitigate destruction of habitat and loss of Blandings turtles heard more time will likely be necessary. The Prince Edward County Field Naturalists (PECFN) is again facing industrial wind turbine developer Gilead Power Corporation continuing its case for nine industrial wind turbines at […]

County gathering public opinion on council size

The first of several sessions seeking County residents’ opinions on the size of council issue was held Tuesday night at the Bloomfield Town Hall. Ron Broadbridge welcomed about 40 people to the hall – including the mayor and almost all the councillors – and summarized the four options being considered. A half dozen citizens shared their preferences, and concerns, with […]

Spirit and camaraderie reign at extreme fundraiser

As promised, there was more mud and more pain but most participants wore smiles as spirit and camaraderie reigned at the second annual Grapes of Wrath Extreme Romp N Stomp. More than 300 athletes and 100 volunteers participated at Hillier Creek Estates winery to raise funds for the Canadian Cancer Society, the Prince Edward County […]

Sign up for more mud and more pain for lots of gain!

There will be more mud, more pain, and participants will never be the same. “The second annual Grapes of Wrath will push the participants even harder this year and test their strength and teamwork,” said Laura-Lee Hogan, manager of stewardship and events. “New obstacles for 2015 have been put into place, including some built by […]

Trudeau promises investments for veterans

Justin Trudeau unveiled a $300 million election platform promise to support veterans when he stopped in Belleville Monday morning. “If I earn the right to serve this country as your prime minister, no veteran will be forced to fight their own government for the support and compensation that they have earned,” the Liberal leader said […]

Old-fashioned fun at site of Sandbanks’ grand lodge

The Friends of the Sandbanks welcomed families to the famous Lakeshore Lodge property last week for a day of old-fashioned fun. The Sandbanks area boasted many lodges over the years, through Lakeshore was the largest and operated for the longest period of time. Lakeshore Lodge was advertised as “a first-class hotel overlooking the finest sandhills […] News
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