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Sunny with a chance of flurries

This winter’s distinct lack of snow pleases some, and disappoints others as we are reaching the mid-point of the season. Travellers are pleased with easy driving conditions as well as low gas prices, and those looking for a walk in the sunshine are enjoying crowd-free time on the beach and trails at Sandbanks Provincial Park. […]

Fundraisers help ‘Make Memories Matter’ in Prince Edward County

  Thirty walkers and numerous supporters raised more than $7,000 to support and help keep services for victims of Alzheimer’s and dementia in the County. Saturday’s Walk for Alzheimers – Make Memories Matter was held at Prince Edward Collegiate Institute. Barry Flanigan, Education and Support Co-ordinator in the County, says the number of people living […]

Local Ice Wine Skaters uncork gold

The local Ice Wine Synchronized Skating Team brought home gold medals this weekend from the provincial level Synchro Capers Competition in Oakville Saturday. Ice Wine received personal best scores of 33.90 and 32.82 to put them in first place in the Adult II Silver Final. Ice Wine Synchro is the only adult competitive team in […]

Cool carnival fun in Milford

Watched from the Milford Millpond Bridge, Prince Edward County firefighters demonstrated what it’s like to rescue and be rescued as they demonstrated ice and water skills and techniques Saturday. The firefighters wore their Ice Commander water-entry suits and demonstrated their training for rescues on ice, snow and in freezing water. They also train for water […]

New Wellington rink getting raves from skaters

A new skating rink in downtown Wellington is getting raves from skaters. Michael Hymus, new owner of the property that last housed Midtown Meats, had the 12 by 24-metre surface built in memory, and tribute, to his father David, who died suddenly last September. Though privately owned, Hymus welcomes the community to use it – […]

Joy looks the same in all languages – PEC Syria family update

A popular internet video (above) of Syrian refugee children getting their first taste of winter in Canada on toboggan rides is not unlike the joy expressed daily by the members of the Al Jassam family, now living in the County. “You can see the glee on their faces. It is extraordinary,” said Robin Baranyai, a […]

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