This Thursday, the Kawartha Sexual Assault Centre is asking residents to come out to their annual Take Back the Night event in support of those who have survived sexual, domestic or relationship violence.
Spring and summer of 2016 presented particularly difficult weather conditions for the staff at Parks Canada as they grappled with management of the Trent Severn Waterway and the lakes that feed the system.
The lead on the Sam Slick Park shoreline restoration plan says the weather this summer did little to disrupt the next step for the Coalition of Haliburton Property Owners Association (CHA) project from going ahead as planned.
A small group of protesters stood in front of the Haliburton public library branch with a banner denouncing the Chinese government and its former leader Jiang Zemin under a cloudy sky, wearing yellow shirts and baseball hats with the words truthfulness, c
More than 50 people participated in the inaugural Halibana drum procession on Sept. 3 at Head Lake Park. The event included a drum procession, giant community drum circle, live Calypso music, costumes and much more.
Imagine a scenario where strange and powerful creatures walked the earth and you re out to find and capture them. This isn t a historical fantasy so much as the premise behind the Pokemon Go, a free cellphone app game developed by Niantic available for An