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What resistance to the White Pines Wind project is NOT about

What resistance to the White Pines Wind project is NOT about

Letter to the Editor: Reality is setting in as South Marysburgh residents deal with the noise and increase of heavy vehicular traffic related to the construction activities at the White Pines Wind Project sites around Milford. Many are also grappling with the fact that their ancestral homes are undergoing the unwelcome intrusion of unneeded wind […]

Not OK to block disabled parking spot

Not OK to block disabled parking spot

There is a story about accessibility misuse in Picton that needs to be told. The new owner of The Armoury has removed all parking at the front of the building; specifically the three free disability spots that had no time restrictions. Although his choice to remove these, it is not legal or OK to block […]

Letter: What are your issues with council?

Letter: What are your issues with council?

We’re now less than one year away from the municipal election on October 22, 2018, with the official campaign to start with the opening of nominations on May 1. It’s not too early to start thinking about the performance of the current council and the issues that will be important for the next council. In […]

Concerned about pedestrian safety on Skyway Bridge

Concerned about pedestrian safety on Skyway Bridge

LETTER: In 2012, two Canadians died, and 19 were injured when the roof of the Algo Centre Mall in Elliot Lake collapsed. Judge Paul Belanger found that the engineering disaster resulted from many failures arising from: “its designers and builders, its owners, some architects and engineers, as well as the municipal and provincial officials charged […]

Residents and businesses suffer when water jeopardized; time to rethink supply source

Residents and businesses suffer when water jeopardized; time to rethink supply source

A century ago clean drinking water was a luxury in Canada, and thousands of people died every year from diseases like typhoid. Now, we take clean water for granted. But this past week we’ve been reminded how easily our supply can be jeopardized. One elderly barge with unsecured contaminant on deck in Picton Bay, and […]

Comments on plan for Prince Edward Point open to March 31

Comments on plan for Prince Edward Point open to March 31

In August 2016 Environment and Climate Change Canada’s Canadian Wildlife Service held a meeting in Picton where they presented a draft of their proposed Management Plan for the Prince Edward Point National Wildlife Area located at the end of Long Point in South Marysburgh. There was little notice of the meeting but 40 or so […]

Regent Theatre deserves community's support

Regent Theatre deserves community’s support

Vibrant, independent, not-for-profit community theatres have largely disappeared from the North American scene. Fortunately, Picton’s Regent theatre hasn’t and the magnificent “Monarch of Main Street” will be 100 years old next year. Make no mistake, there are a number of reasons that Prince Edward County is home to one of the most historic, working theatres […]

Thank you, from Hospice Prince Edward

Thank you, from Hospice Prince Edward

An open letter to the residents and friends of the Prince Edward County community. The volunteers of Hospice Prince Edward give a heartfelt thank-you to the many who have responded over the past two years to our concerns. We also thank retired board members Birgit Langwisch and Mary Camp and the newly-formed Foundation Board, now […]

The high cost of water and heat in the County

The high cost of water and heat in the County

The Times did some research into the affordability of County waterworks, which showed that, at the end of 2015, 12 per cent of the County’s residential customers were overdue on their bills. This comes as no surprise. An analysis that I did a few years ago showed that the County’s water and wastewater charges combined […]

We are fortunate to have an MRI machine close to home

We are fortunate to have an MRI machine close to home

Quinte Healthcare is replacing its MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) machine this winter and I hope County residents will show their support. MRI is an imaging technique to scan anatomy and physical processes of the body. It was installed at QHC Belleville in 2008. As a point of interest, 9,290 images were taken in 2015 with […]

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