Council Appoints Integrity Commissioner

Council Appoints Integrity Commissioner
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Provincial legislation to modernize municipal legislation known as Bill 68 takes effect March 1st, 2019.  It includes the mandatory adoption of a Council Code of Conduct along with the appointment of an Integrity Commissioner for municipalities across the province.  Last month, Robert J. Swayze, Barrister and Solicitor, was appointed to … Continue reading

Groundwater Monitoring Continues

Groundwater Monitoring Continues
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Last month Council received the first annual update on the groundwater monitoring program conducted by Cambium Inc. who has been retained to watch water in and around the Municipal supply wells.  Among other things, they are quantifying the impact of water withdrawals on the surrounding groundwater and surface water systems. … Continue reading

Cavan Monaghan Volunteer Policing Committee Launches Social Media Sites

Cavan Monaghan Volunteer Policing Committee Launches Social Media Sites
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The Cavan Monaghan Volunteer Policing Committee is excited to announce the official launch of its social media sites.  The goal of the sites is to enhance communication between the volunteer policing committee and the members of the Cavan Monaghan community. The volunteer policing committee was established as a way to … Continue reading

Svastika (sanskrit spelling) symbol has been around for about 6000 years

Svastika (sanskrit spelling) symbol has been around for about 6000 years
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Visitors to the Buddhist temple were taken aback when examining this cauldron located near Wisdom Lake. The svastika (sanskrit spelling) symbol has been around for about 6000 years. Earliest use was in subcontinent of India. In later years it was used by aboriginals of North America. The symbol gained a … Continue reading

The Spirit of the Voyageurs Lives on at Fleming College

The Spirit of the Voyageurs Lives on at Fleming College
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Last week, Galerie Q donated a significant oil painting to Fleming College by by renowned Québécois Master artist, Ginet Leblond, widely known for her historical depictions of the 18th to 20th centuries.  Entitled “Rabaska over Québec,” the work reflects a scene based on a French-Canadian Folktale, “The Flying Canoe.” (La … Continue reading

Advantage Charity Golf Tournament Participants Tee up for Community Care

Advantage Charity Golf Tournament Participants Tee up for Community Care
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Under sunny skies and seasonal temperatures, this year’s Advantage Charity Classic Golf Tournament took place on June 9th at Baxter Creek Golf Club.  More than 80 golfers teed up and had some fun while raising more than $6400 for the Millbrook Community Care. Sponsors generously stood up for the cause, … Continue reading

Cavan Monaghan Township Breaks Ground on New Community Centre

Cavan Monaghan Township Breaks Ground on New Community Centre
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Councillors for the Township of Cavan Monaghan were joined by representatives from the Towerhill Development, MacLennan, Jaunkaln, Miller Architects, and Aquicon Inc. and community volunteers from the CMCC fundraising committee last week to officially break ground on the construction of the new Cavan Monaghan Community Centre.  The ceremony marked the … Continue reading