Local Youth Running Club Calls CMCC Home

It doesn’t take long for word to spread about a fabulous facility like our Cavan Monaghan Community Centre.  On December 9th, a local running club began to use the indoor running track as its winter home base for training, bringing talented young athletes from around the area together to train,… Continue reading

Public Health System Reset Welcomed

Boards of health, municipalities and public health workers received some good news recently from the province. Both the Premier and the Minister of Health shared publicly their intent to step back from previous announcements to transfer the delivery of public health services away from the current 35 boards of health… Continue reading

Millbrook Office of Ptbo Social Services Helps Residents Access Social Programs

Paula Fitzgerald is there to help.  A Case Manager from Peterborough’s Social Services, she can help clients navigate the vast array of programs designed to help people get back on their feet or to help them through a transition. Since 2016, she has been providing support to clients in the… Continue reading

Cavan Chiropractic Grand Opening

Lynn and Dr. Larry Smith joined Dr. Taylor Bonner and Hailey Smith, RMT at last month’s grand opening of Cavan Chiropractic Clinic. Dr. Bonner and Hailey Smith have overseen a dramatic renovation to the clinic which now offers extended hours, online booking, as well as the professional level of care… Continue reading

Self-Regulation and Young Children Presentation

Millbrook EarlyON Child and Family Centre staff is very excited to welcome Dr. Brenda Smith-Chant to the centre for an informative evening. Dr. Smith-Chant is the Director of Research for the Self-Regulation Institute as well as an Associate Professor of the Psychology Department of Trent University. Prior to becoming a… Continue reading

Changing of the Guard at Cavan Chiropractic

This month, Dr. Larry Smith will retire from his Chiropractic practice after operating out of his home on Tapley ¼ Line for more than 30 years.  He leaves his patients, many of whom have depended on him to ease their aches and pains for decades, in the hands of a… Continue reading

Avoid the silent killer and get a carbon monoxide alarm

Manitobans must be breathing a sigh of relief: last month, 46 people were poisoned by carbon monoxide at a Winnipeg motel. Thanks to an alarm in a boiler room, they were rescued and no one died. It was a near-miss. Media reported carbon monoxide levels close to 400 parts per… Continue reading

Millbrook Medical Centre – Community Asset or Liability?

Early last month, the Millbrook Medical Centre Board hosted their Annual General Meeting for an audience of one.  The poor showing perhaps reflects a lack of appreciation for the building’s unusual role in the community. The Millbrook Medical Centre was built in 1972.  A newly-minted General Practitioner, Dr. Van Loon… Continue reading