When it comes to recorded votes during Northumberland County meetings, Hamilton Township has one less this year- three rather than four. Please read the full text here.
Jeff Wheeldon, who was the local Green Party candidate in the last provincial election as well as a candidate for Brighton council, is the only one who has declared his intentions to run in the upcoming federal election, says Green Party of Ontario Constituency Association local riding president Patricia Sinnott. Please read the full text here.
The town of Cobourg has allowed the extra time for citizens to nominate those deserving of recognition. Please read the full text here.
MPP David Piccini for Northumberland – Peterborough South was at the Trent Hills Chamber of Commerce in Campbellford to announce that Northumberland will receive $ 979,946.00 of support from the provincial government through the Community Transportation Grant Program and the Gas Tax Program. Please read the full text here.
Three people are now living at The Landmark Seniors’ Residence who were previously lodged in acute care beds in Northumberland Hills Hospital (NHH) helping to relieve the crunch in its emergency department. Please read the full text here.
It’s crunch time and we need your help! We’d love to say that we’re on pace to meet this year’s goal of $848,000, unfortunately, this isn’t the case. Please read the full text here.
Northumberland Manufacturers’ Association (NMA) is pleased to announce its newest offering to association members—a Web-based job posting board that connects employers in the manufacturing industry to prospective job seekers Please read the full text here.
Cobourg Deputy Mayor Suzanne Séguin says she will bring a motion at council’s Feb. 19 meeting not to go forward with a floating park off Cobourg’s Victoria Park beach. Please read the full text here.
Nearly three years ago, while visiting family in Cobourg Montana Desjardins and Lucas Cleveland saw something was missing. Please read the full text here.
Not too long ago, Labour Day weekend was when the Shelter Valley Folk Festival happened but with its shutdown, there is no major event scheduled for that weekend. Please read the full text here.
Northumberland County’s director of communications, Kate Campbell, is asking county councillors to agree to the withdrawal of Northumberland’s joint submission with Alderville First Nation to host this year’s Ontario Indigenous Summer Games. Please read the full text here.
Hamilton Township councillors have passed a motion unanimously opposing the Provincial Government’s proposed changes to the Planning Act through Bill 66 because of concerns it will weaken protection of water and agricultural lands in Ontario. Please read the full text here.
Ontario Municipal Affairs Minister Steve Clark has tweeted his government is removing Schedule 10 of Bill 66. Please read the full text here.
A large turnout packed the Codrington Community Center on Saturday morning as local politicians, stakeholders and concerned citizens conferred on ways to bring high-speed internet to largely rural Northumberland county. Please read the full text here.
The 2018 campaign raised over $190,000. As a result of this outpouring of financial support, new gastroscopes, colonoscopes and flexible fibre-optic scopes will soon arrive at Northumberland Hills Hospital. Please read the full text here.
That’s one of the things councillors will discuss at its committee of the whole meeting this Monday, Jan. 28. Please read the full text here.
From Tuesday to Saturday, January 26th the Habitat build site located at 22/24 University Avenue in Cobourg will be hosting over 30 women volunteers for the 2019 “Women Build Week”. Please read the full text here.
In response to the extreme cold warnings being issued, the Town of Cobourg will be offering ‘warming centres’ across the community for those seeking relief from the cold temperatures. Please read the full text here.
Both the Town of Cobourg and Municipality of Port Hope have voted to “opt in” on the provincial question of hosting retail recreational cannabis outlets within their borders. Please read the full text here.
The Northumberland Central Chamber of Commerce is opening up nominations for the 2018 Business Achievement Award. Please read the full text here.
Long-time tour operator, Peter Brotherhood of Brotherhood Tours, is offering what he is calling Canada’s first cannabis tour in Northumberland County. Please read the full text here.
MPP David Piccini is holding a New Year’s Levee on Saturday, January 19 at the Art Gallery of Northumberland. Please read the full text here.
The Eastern Ontario Wardens’ Caucus (EOWC), at its annual inaugural meeting held last week in Kingston, elected Mayor Andy Letham as the 2019 Chair and Warden Jennifer Murphy as the 2019 Vice-Chair. Please read the full text here.
Perhaps you are a snowbird who is planning on heading south to escape the wintery blast of winter, perhaps you are planning to go on a cruise so that you can party with a boatload of new friends, perhaps you just want to turn up the thermostat and lounge in something spring or summery. Please …
The Northumberland Hills Hospital (NHH) Foundation and NHH’s Community Mental Health Services are pleased to announce details of their 2nd annual Bell Let’s Talk Day event, Mental Health Matters, which will welcome Olympic figure skater and mental health advocate Elizabeth Manley to the stage of the Capitol Theatre on Thursday, January 24th, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. Please read the full text …