Forest View Kennels Serving Pets and Their Owners for 26 Years

This marks the 26th year that the Anderson family has been serving canine and feline customers with boarding and grooming services through their business called Forest View Kennels.  Nestled in the Ganaraska Forest just south of Millbrook, they have a comfortable facility with heating and air conditioning for their charges,… Continue reading

Garden Club Kicks off 2020 with Presentation About Rain Gardens

Everyone is welcome to come out for the Millbrook & Area Garden Club’s first meeting of 2020 on Wednesday, March 4th. The topic for the evening will be “Rain Gardens” presented by guest speaker Holly Shipclark, stewardship coordinator for Kawartha Conservation. We will learn how to control water run off… Continue reading

Meals on Wheels Available in Millbrook

Eating a well-balanced diet is an important part of staying healthy as we age. It can help us maintain a healthy weight, stay energized, and get the nutrients we need. It also lowers our risk of developing chronic health conditions, such as heart disease and diabetes.  To meet our nutritional… Continue reading

BWXT and Peterborough’s Industrial Legacy

“Concern” is an imprecise word, especially when used in the context of health risks. Its synonyms are “anxiety”, “fear”, “apprehension”, and even “alarm”. However, to be “unconcerned” can be misconstrued to mean being indifferent, or nonchalant.  In the lead-up to the BWXT re-licencing hearings scheduled for March, it’s been a… Continue reading

Sips ‘n’ Eats Event

The Millbrook Chamber of Commerce hosted a fundraising called “Winter Sips ‘n’ Eats” last Saturday at the CMCC, where they raised $1,000 towards the Community Centre’s fundraising campaign. For a $5 entry fee, visitors could sample treats from Moody’s and the Pastry Peddler, browse some vendor booths, and purchase draw… Continue reading

Cavan Resident Finds Chronic Wound Relief Through Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment

After twelve knee surgeries in thirteen years on a single limb, Bryan McBain was discouraged, to say the least.  Full and partial knee replacements, scopes and scar tissue removals had left a persistent, oozing wound a full year after his most recent procedure.  A retired nurse, his wife Pat was… Continue reading