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Thursday - 22nd February, 2018
The Rays light up Valentine’s Day at the Royal Theatre
A warm and beautiful Valentine’s Day treat awaited those who attended the performance by Andrew an...
Thursday - 15th February, 2018
Farmers seek relief after huge property tax hit
Leeds and Grenville farmers have asked the counties to shield them from the tax implications of a dr...
Thursday - 8th February, 2018
Dressed for the Frost Fest
It was penguins as far as the eye could see as Seeley’s Bay celebrated its 24th Annual Frost Fest ...
Thursday - 1st February, 2018
Mystery on ice
Host for the evening Club President Joe ‘Top Cop’ Thursday (Jim Palmer) with Hellen ‘High Roll...
Thursday - 25th January, 2018
Poetic music at the Royal
The Durham County Poets at the Royal Theatre on January 19....
Thursday - 18th January, 2018
Sweet tooth in Seeley’s Bay
Derek Ouellet and Cindy Healey behind the counter of their shop, Ridgway Confections, in Seeley’s ...
Thursday - 11th January, 2018
Honouring the year
Ken Stewart and CliffWeir are presented plaques as Honourees of the Year at the Levee held at the Br...
Thursday - 4th January, 2018
Lost history of the Iroquois examined
Wilderness Empire examines the lost history of the Iroquois in the Gananoque region. Author...
Thursday - 28th December, 2017
Alight at night
A holiday wonderland awaits night-time visitors on King Street East in Gananoque. More photos on pag...
Thursday - 21st December, 2017
Food Bank harvests huge donations for holiday season
If there was ever a time when food was most precious, it has to be in the dead of winter during the ...
Thursday - 14th December, 2017
Ten per cent shaved off cost of Gan town hall addition
Thelowbidder on the construction of an addition to town hall has agreed to shave 10 per cent off his...
Thursday - 7th December, 2017
Sweet holiday treat
Cinnamon stick logs make a barn beside a fence of pretzels in the gingerbread village at the Branch ...
Thursday - 30th November, 2017
Dickens of a tale
Mrs. Cratchit and three of the Cratchit children are getting ready to dazzle audiences in the upcomi...
Thursday - 23rd November, 2017
New hair salon owner moonlights as search and rescue volunteer
Catherine Gill is living proof, the moreyoudo, themoreyouhave time todo. The new owner of Carveth Ha...
Thursday - 16th November, 2017
St. Joseph students learn about the importance ofWar Memorials
Almost every community in Canada has a war memorial of some kind. It might be a cenotaph re...
Thursday - 9th November, 2017
A poppy in Remembrance
Legionnaire and Poppy volunteer Janet Gaylord out collecting for Remembrance on November 4, Poppy Da...
Thursday - 2nd November, 2017
Search and rescue teams gather for special training at Landon Bay
Imagine getting lost in Ontario. Not confused while driving and having to stop for directions, not w...
Thursday - 26th October, 2017
Vimy Oaks in town
Bill Beswetherick of Royal Canadian Legion Branch 92 assists Rotarian Doug Bickerton as they plant a...
Thursday - 19th October, 2017
Ahead of the curb
Sidewalks are not only being repaired in Gananoque, but corners and curbs are being brought up to me...
Thursday - 12th October, 2017
Digging up history
Art Shaw with the ‘bear’ of the smelter....
Thursday - 5th October, 2017
Caraco breaks ground for new Stone and South Condominiums in Gananoque
Gananoque ushered in new construction project on the waterfront, on September 29, as Caraco broke gr...
Thursday - 28th September, 2017
Dog days of autumn
Dogs came in droves not only to walk and raise funds, but to take advantage of the low price micro-c...
Thursday - 21st September, 2017
Kicking cancer’s butt in Gananoque / TLTI one runner at a time
The morning fog didn’t stop the runners, who were out in force as the annual Terry Fox runs agains...
Thursday - 14th September, 2017
Angela Denstedt, owner of Tim Horton’s Gananoque, resists the urge to be a cookie monster as decor...
Thursday - 7th September, 2017
Heritage fashion show
The event committee came out to strut their stuff on the catwalk as every era got its day at the Roc...
Thursday - 31st August, 2017
The Comedy of Errors
On a short break between scenes, Anand Rajaram (Dromio of Syracuse) and Jacob James (Angelo) in rehe...
Thursday - 24th August, 2017
New location, season for Dreams in Motion
Dreams in Motion is already to show off their new location to everyone, and to invite families to en...
Thursday - 17th August, 2017
Half Moon Bay was tightly packed with boats and participants as the BBC filmed the service held on A...
Thursday - 10th August, 2017
Playhouse joins with Eastern Ontario Power to make Food Bank donation
The Thousand Islands Play house in Ga na no que has joined forces with Eastern Ontario Power tomake ...
Thursday - 3rd August, 2017
Lansdowne Fair celebrates Canada 150
The 153rd Lansdowne Fair pulled out all the stops in its celebration of Canada 150. Contest...
Thursday - 27th July, 2017
Town hall ad-on closer n
The new town hall addition here moved a step closer to construction after few members of the public ...
Thursday - 20th July, 2017
Rural telephone company 110 years on the line
The Lansdowne Rural Telephone Company. Its very name invokes gentler times of crank telephones, part...
Thursday - 13th July, 2017
Daisy Amazed Me helps elementary students understand a complex issue
Every kid who has or has had a bold, bright, energetic, outgoing parent knows how hard it is to grow...
Thursday - 6th July, 2017
Hot ribs in the rain
All the torrential rain in the world wasn’t going to cool down this year’s Canada 150 RibFest in...
Thursday - 29th June, 2017
TLTI staff discipline alleged
Four members of the staff of the Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands were subject to discipli...
Thursday - 22nd June, 2017
Decisions, decisions, decisions... Linklater PS grade four students Brynn, Elizabeth, Jordan, and Ad...
Thursday - 15th June, 2017
Plant and yard sale in Lyndhurst
The streets in the village of Lyndhurst was filled with vendors of all sorts, as well as scattered y...
Thursday - 8th June, 2017
Classics in the park
Hundreds of beautiful vintage vehicles made the judges’ jobs difficult at the annual Lions Cruise-...
Thursday - 1st June, 2017
Humane society selling high fashion
Things are about to start sizzling at the Gananoque and District Humane Society on June 3 as they ho...
Thursday - 25th May, 2017
Legion gives back
Members of Gananoque’s Branch 92 Legion traveled to Brockville General Hospital recently to presen...
Thursday - 18th May, 2017
140 years young
TheWoodview Inn celebrates its 140th birthday....
Thursday - 11th May, 2017
Mural full steam ahead
Down by the station, early in the morning at the unveiling of the new railroad mural, the student ch...
Thursday - 4th May, 2017
Fish fry for all
There’s always room for one more Chief Rick Lawson was happy to invite everyone to come out for th...
Thursday - 27th April, 2017
Earth Day clean up
Ready to take on the trash Friends of Rotary Beach and Bay Road joined with members of the Gananoque...
Thursday - 20th April, 2017
A life well lived, remembered
Memorabilia of a life well spent by Glenn Wilberforce, during his time in the Army, Navy and OPP; WW...
Thursday - 13th April, 2017
Remembering Vimy Ridge – the battle that promoted Canada to greatness
Perfect weather held for the celebrations at the Gananoque War Memorial as a small crowd gathered to...
Thursday - 6th April, 2017
Hard as they tried, it was impossible to get it down to only three winners. L-r, This yearÕ...
Thursday - 30th March, 2017
Addition under debate
Gananoque town hall was built in 1834 as a private home for one of the town’s founding families....
Thursday - 23rd March, 2017
Something’ s brewing at event
Salud! A toast to all for a happy and healthy year at the St. Paddy ’ s Beer Tasting held at the G...
Thursday - 16th March, 2017
Seniors get the point
For such serious business, curling can be a lot of fun. A dozen teams worked for points at the Frank...
Thursday - 9th March, 2017
Feast from the east
Lina Akabani helping with A Feast from the East held at the Ivy Restaurant in Lansdowne on Friday, M...
Thursday - 2nd March, 2017
Elementary students speak out at local Legion’s public speaking competition
Ten students representing the cream of the crop from Linklater Public and St. Joseph Catholic school...
Thursday - 23rd February, 2017
Gananoque to remove playhouse dock
Gananoque town council has decided to remove a floating L-shaped dock behind the Thousand Islands Pl...
Thursday - 16th February, 2017
Christ Church holds vigil for Quebec City mosque shooting victims
“Bismillah ar Rahman ar Raheem [In the name of God the magnificent, the merciful) ... it’s a tra...
Thursday - 9th February, 2017
Facilitators prove that great things can happen while still having a good time at Power Up Youth Sum...
Thursday - 2nd February, 2017
Literacy fun at library
Stories come alive with Laura Lee Davies reading aloud in the blanket fort as part of the Family Lit...
Thursday - 26th January, 2017
Petitioners urge second boat ramp
A 380-name petition advocating construction of a boat launch at Rotary Beach has been presented to t...
Thursday - 19th January, 2017
Township councillor peddles bike paths
It is a rare council meeting of the Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands that John Paul Jackso...
Thursday - 12th January, 2017
Celebrations start early
The Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands was fast off the mark to celebrate Canada’s 150th y...
Thursday - 5th January, 2017
Big changes coming to Gananoque food bank in 2017
will assist them. Itemswill be offered under a point system whichwill encourage healthy choices.&...
Thursday - 29th December, 2016
Christmas in Canada
A Syrian refugee family in Gananoque gets to experience a typical Canadian holiday tradition, thanks...
Thursday - 22nd December, 2016
High-end rehab centre eyed for Caiger’s Resort
in the region where you can walk out of your room and jump on your boat for a days’ fishing,” he...
Thursday - 15th December, 2016
Fourth annual Lego Christmas is a hit
For the fourth year in a row, Lego magic descended on the Gananoque Public Library as area families ...
Thursday - 8th December, 2016
A 100-year-old envelope mailed from Gananoque is discovered in the effects of a New Zealand sailor. ...
Thursday - 1st December, 2016
Beta Sigma Phi elves spread Christmas joy
round great gift. The goodies are wonderful – drink boxes, pudding treats, other incredible edible...
Thursday - 24th November, 2016
Council picks design for town hall addition
Gananoque council has selected the design of its addition to town hall. The choice will all...
Thursday - 17th November, 2016
Exhausted, but safe
The Alkhateeb family arrives at Kingston Airport, parents Lina and Fares, son Jamal, 4, and daughter...
Thursday - 10th November, 2016
Council looks at changing format of its meetings
of the Whole meeting, which has an informal format that allows a more free-wheeling debate. The coun...
Thursday - 3rd November, 2016
Scrapping Ottawa calls costly for counties’ EMS
calls in the city. In 2013, the total was $5,400. “It depends on the year,” noted Brown...
Thursday - 27th October, 2016
Spanning the decades
The 105-year-old Hudson Bridge is coming to the end of its useful life. Engineers say the bridge wil...
Thursday - 20th October, 2016
Hotel proposed for outskirts of town
A high-end hotel is being proposed for the former Mac Neil Park Lane trailer park on the outskirts o...
Thursday - 13th October, 2016
The endless summer
This month’s beautiful fall weather has capped a spectacular tourism season for Gananoque and the ...
Thursday - 6th October, 2016
Agnes Machar’s legacy
Near downtown Gananoque sits 18 acres of unspoiled forest, thanks to the vision of 19th Century natu...
Thursday - 29th September, 2016
Praise the Gourd
It was all pumpkins, all the time at Gananoque’s annual Pump-Gan-Fest at Town Hall Park on Saturda...
Thursday - 22nd September, 2016
Gan residents say no to power-rate hike
Eastern Ontario Power should not be allowed to increase electricity bills to Gananoque until it impr...
Thursday - 15th September, 2016
Pitching pitch pines
Doug Bickerton, Gananoque’s pitch pine king, waters his 2016 crop, which is ready to be planted. S...
Thursday - 8th September, 2016
Taxpayers’group urges referendum on ward restructuring
The Township of Leeds and the ThousandIslands should hold a referendum beforemaking changes to its w...
Thursday - 1st September, 2016
The Fifties were nifty
Main Street in Seeley’s Bay was a time of nostalgia last weekend as the village filled with vintag...
Thursday - 25th August, 2016
River Rat June Hodge (centre) is 99-years-old and came out for Prohibition Days in Rockport. Picture...
Thursday - 18th August, 2016
Lyndhurst residents upset by planned path
Objections from Lyndhurst residents to a public pathway being cleared behind their homes have prompt...
Thursday - 11th August, 2016
Thirty-two area kids are learning the ways of boats and the river, thanks to a sailing course organi...
Thursday - 4th August, 2016
Kids and counsellors at the Frontenac Arch Biosphere Nature Camp pause to inspect a bridge on one of...
Thursday - 28th July, 2016
Dog owners and their pets brave the sultry days of summer last weekend to take part in the annual Th...
Thursday - 21st July, 2016
Nickel Cup races to be held again next year
Declaring theNickelCup hydroplane races a “phenomenal success,” organizer Chris McCarney has ann...
Thursday - 14th July, 2016
Good, green fun
The Skywood Eco Adventure offers 85 treetop games in a five-acre wooded area on the Thousand Island ...
Thursday - 7th July, 2016
Last weekend marked the unofficial start to summer in Gananoque. Ribfest was smoking in Town Hall Pa...
Thursday - 30th June, 2016
Hi-tech startup to hire 30-50 employees in Gananoque
A startup software development company, which expects to employ 30 to 50 people, has chosen to locat...
Thursday - 23rd June, 2016
The road to Gananoque
The family of Syrian refugees who have settled in Gananoque spent years on the run from Syrian force...
Thursday - 16th June, 2016
Planning chairman calls for changes after CaraCo approval
The chairman of Gananoque’s planning advisory committee wants town council to rewrite itsmajor pla...
Thursday - 9th June, 2016
Off to the races
The first Nickel Cup hydroplane races in four decades were proclaimed a success despite the soggy we...
Thursday - 2nd June, 2016
FRI., JUNE 3 ART AT THE INN: Show and sale from 6 to 9 p.m. on June 3 and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m....
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