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Bancroft native honoured as Conservation Hero

June 21, 2022

Ontario Nature, a leading environmental charity, announced the recipients of their annualConservation Awards on June 11, 2022.   The awards recognized the exceptional contributionsmade by individuals and ...

Movie shoot coming to Whitney this fall

By Mike Riley Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Lights, camera, action! Most of the scenes for an upcoming movie will be shot in and around Whitney ...

Monkeypox virus: what to know about it

By Mike Riley Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Monkeypox is a viral zoonotic infectious disease, meaning that it’s transmitting from animals to humans. It is found ...

Three generations running cafe

By Kristena Schutt-Moore Three generations of ladies have taken over the Muse Gallery and Cafe. New owners Liz Raymond, her mother Rose and her daughter ...

NHHS Indigenous Day teaches resilience and reconciliation

By Kristena Schutt-Moore The entire North Hastings High School got involved with this year’s Indigenous Day. The School’s Wolf Pack organized the event and celebrated ...

Workshop series aims to improve quality of care for elders in long-term care homes

By Nate Smelle The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the severity of several longstanding crises in Ontario that have been placed on the backburner for far ...

Bancroft Foodland raising funds for North Hastings Inspiration Place

By Mike Riley Local Journalism Initiative Reporter North Hastings Inspiration Place has friends in Joe and Carol Favot, who own the Bancroft Foodland. For the ...

Local market supports local economy 

By Kristena Schutt-Moore The Bancroft Farmers’ Market abuzz with activity on Saturday, June 11. The first market of the year filled the Riverside park with ...

Crusaders top national fundraisers

By Kristena Schutt-Moore The Bancroft Crusaders had a successful Relay your Way with their Music in the Park on Friday, June 10. Many community members ...

Tackling housing shortages in South Algonquin

By Mike RileyLocal Journalism Initiative ReporterAt the South Algonquin Township meeting on June 1, council received and discussed a letter from CAO/clerk-treasurer Bryan Martin, about ...

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