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‘Choosing between gas and food’: carbon tax protest at Bancroft’s Millenium Park  

This April 1st the carbon tax went into effect and people gathered to protest beside Millennium park in Bancroft.  Many driving by honked their horns while a diverse group of people shared their concerns about what they felt was the already unaffordable cost of groceries and housing.   "Across Canada...

Fundraising happening for tragic fire at historic Daly Farm, cigarette butt thought to be the cause 

A cigarette tossed by the road is believed to be the cause of a massive fire at the historic Daly farm property on March 26th.  Jennifer Rumleski said she was at home when she first found out the family farm was up in flames.  “It started right at the road” said...

Stolen cash and ATV: Killaloe OPP investigate two separate break and enters over the weekend 

On March 30, just before 6:00 p.m., Killaloe Police responded to a report of a break and enter to a shipping container on Burnt Bridge Road in the Township of Brudenell, Lyndoch and Raglan. They say a green 2015 Honda ATV was stolen.  On March 31, members of the Killaloe...

Basil Borutski, who murdered 3 women in Renfrew County in 2015, has died in prison

According to Corrections Canada, Basil Borutski has died in prison of natural causes.  The Corrections Canada press release states that in all cases involving the death of an inmate, the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) will review the circumstances. The 66-year-old had been serving an indeterminate sentence in Millhaven maximum security...

Tax information and help for seniors on April 9th at the Barry’s Bay Library

Tuesday April 9th  at 2pm, a representative from the Canada Revenue Agency will be at the Barrys Bay library to offer tips on income tax for adults 65+ They will provide tips on GST/HST benefits and credits as well as pension income splitting and digital services. They will also provide...

‘You won’t think of ice the same way again’ Author gives talk on Moose Factory’s Great Flood

This Saturday in Barrys Bay author Jean Pierre Chabot will be giving a presentation about the ice jam that flooded the Hudson’s Bay Company's fur trading post on Moose Factory Island in 1894.   The event will take place at the library. There will be light refreshments and a cash bar....
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