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December 27, 2016 – 6:42 pm | Edit Post

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Tim Hortons Breaks Ground

August 6, 2010 – 7:06 pm | Edit Post

Tim Hortons Ground Breaking ceremony for the new distribution facility on Innovation Drive was held on July 12. Dignitaries, TDL executives, City officials and the media enjoyed coffee and donuts as they listened to presentations from John Hemenin, TDL’s Executive VP Supply Chain, Jeff Garrah, KEDCO CEO, Mayor Harvey Rosen, and Senator Hugh Segal.

Affordable Housing Proposal From BVA

August 6, 2010 – 7:01 pm | Edit Post

After almost a year of battling with City Council over the proposed Affordable Housing project, The Barriefield Village Association (BVA) has hired Wayne Morgan, an independent heritage planner, to help prepare a proposal that will integrate affordable housing into the community.

2010 Could be The Hottest Year Ever

August 6, 2010 – 6:55 pm | Edit Post

“2010 is on track to be the hottest year ever,” says The Weather Network staff writer, Andrea Stockton. Meteorologists are crediting El Nino for the hotter temperatures as warmer ocean temperatures in the Equatorial Pacific have caused a shift in the global weather patterns.

My Sister’s Keeper

July 5, 2010 – 8:32 pm | Edit Post

What’s it like to be the parent of a terminally ill child? What if science could create a genetic match in an embryo that might save that child? What might happen if the donor child grew up and no longer wanted to help? These are the questions explored by Jodi Picoult in My Sister’s Keeper. It is a gripping story with compelling characters

Grow A Row: It’s Alive

July 5, 2010 – 8:28 pm | Edit Post

“Grow A Row” garden has taken root and is actually growing. As two professed “brown thumbs” this is a pretty major accomplishment. One week after it was planted, there were already little plants sprouting up. The garden has carrots, radish, sun flowers, peppers, tomatoes, Cilantro, onions, and mint.

Glass Jewelry

July 5, 2010 – 8:23 pm | Edit Post

Gisèle Beaulieu stumbled across glass bead making when she went looking for a way to use up the glass remnants from her and her husband`s stained glass business

Creating Continuous Improvement

July 5, 2010 – 8:19 pm | Edit Post

Whether you’re playing sports, studying for school, practicing a new dance or increasing profit margins, the times you’re most successful are when you’re consciously and actively worked at getting better.

National Historic Site: Delta

July 5, 2010 – 8:13 pm | Edit Post

Of the many day trips we’ve made since we talked to you last, we have chosen one of the earliest settlements in Rideau Lakes Township, Delta, as our trip of the month.

Time for A Rant

July 5, 2010 – 8:09 pm | Edit Post

There is lot of construction in Downtown Kingston. They are installing new water and sewer pipes, which were reportedly the oldest in Canada, and new roads with granite curbs! There’s no question that this was badly needed and it will look great. So great in fact, that I expect these tax-funded improvements will boost your property values … if you happen to own downtown commercial real estate.