July 2014 Archive

Artful ambassadors

When I moved to L’Amable back in 2006 I remember being surprised by how many artists resided in the Bancroft area.

Official plan rears its ugly head again in Wollaston

Wollaston Township council had good news on at least two fronts at their July 8 regular meeting. The chief building officer (CBO) report for the month contained very positive development numbers including 37 building permits having been issued or in progress for this year.

Council shelves garage sale bylaw

Bancroft town council, at its meeting last week, considered a draft bylaw that would have restricted the number of garage sales in the municipality, and required the purchase of a $10 license for every sale held.

Sax, drums and rock ‘n’ roll

By Nate Smelle For the third year in a row the Bancroft Business Improvement Area (BBIA) took the party to the streets with the Wheels, ...

Fish Hatchery honours Campbell as volunteer of the year

By Tony Pearson Pig and lamb were on  the menu, but fish was top of mind at the Bancroft Curling Club last Friday night, as ...

Bunnett and Maqueque to play Maynooth on July 11 and 12

By Nate Smelle Jazz and world music fans happening to find themselves in the Maynooth area on Friday, July 11 and Saturday, July 12 are ...

Maynooth language clubs help students excel  

Students are also seen individually by the teacher for continuous assessment and one-on-one instruction in the strategies each child needs to become a better reader.

Shades of freedom

By Nate Smelle The events I found myself covering for Bancroft This Week were just this type of eye opener.EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE events ...

Public health deeply affected by policy, says Mullaly

We just bring a philosophy, promote a collaborative approach, encourage you to see what works for you, to ensure the sustainability of your community.

First Nations and water issues headline Hospice film fest  

By William Kilpatrick On Monday, June 23 Hospice hosted their first documentary film festival at the Village Play House with all proceeds going to Hospice ...

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