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United Way Day of Caring to set participation record in Hastings Prince Edward

The Hastings Prince Edward Branch of the United Way says they will see more volunteers than ever participate in their upcoming Day of Caring event. The charity says they will have 150 volunteers from 18 businesses complete 24 projects in the two counties, including here in Bancroft. The charity says...

Hastings Highlands wants residents’ feedback on fire service

The Municipality of Hastings Highlands wants to improve the quality of fire services in their region. They are looking to create a 10-year fire master plan, which they want to be community-driven. They want to use this plan to improve how the service is provided throughout the township. Hastings Highlands staff...

Tornado watch issued, Environment Canada warns of possible dangerous storms

A tornado watch is in effect for the entire listening region. Environment Canada says conditions are favourable for the development of severe thunderstorms as well as a “tornado or two”. The weather agency predicts possible wind gusts of 90 to 110 kilometres/hour should tornadoes develop this afternoon before tailing off to...

Bancroft could see largest home price drop in Ontario; report

What went up must come down.  That’s the findings of the Canadian Residential Real Estate Outlook report from Desjardins Economic Studies. Randall Bartlett, Senior Director of Canadian Economics, and Hélène Bégin, Senior Economist with Desjardins says the already hot Canadian real estate market was supercharged by pandemic lockdowns as people...

Bancroft Fire Department urges people to prepare for emergencies

With another round of potentially damaging thunderstorms forecasted for this week, the Bancroft Fire Department wants people to be prepared. Deputy Fire Cheif Matt Musclow says by preparing now, you can avoid panic, limit damage to your property, and even save lives in an emergency. He is urging people to...

Changes to small vessel regulations could be coming

Rob Bosomworth, Chair of the National Decibel Coalition, believes we’re only a year-and-a-half away from changes being made to Canada’s small vessel regulations. He expects the results of Transport Canada’s “let’s talk” campaign to be released in the fall. The campaign saw five options put forward to be discussed as...
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