CP Holiday Train chugging through Merrickville November 27

House of Lazarus (HOL) staff and volunteers will be heading to Merrickville to meet the CP Holiday Train again this year and… you’re invited! HOL,...

Critically acclaimed Canadian author stops in Merrickville

The Merrickville Legion was packed on Saturday afternoon to welcome one of Canada’s most respected authors to the municipality. Charlotte Gray is the author...

Tensions run high surrounding CAO investigation

To say that the atmosphere in Merrickville lately has been tense, is an understatement. At every council meeting there seems to be more and...

Sea salt caramels arrive in Merrickville

The micro-bakery and farm girl brand, Pickle & Myrrh, has arrived, to the delight of Merrickville and North Grenville residents. Erin Kergen, originally from Brockville,...

A FABulous celebration at Andrewsville Bridge

There was a very special Canada 150 event last weekend, as a new historical plaque was unveiled at the Andrewsville Bridge, along with a...

Merrickville’s lost legacy

The Anglican Church in Canada has had many publications through which it communicated with members of the communion and the outside world. In the...

Canal Fest set for first weekend in August

The Rideau Canal is being celebrated once again at this year’s Canal Fest in Merrickville. The festival, which has been running for over 20...

Save the date – the CP Holiday Train is coming!

Merrickville will be welcoming the CP Holiday Train for the 8th year on Wednesday, November 28, 2018 at 4:45 PM at the East Broadway...

Merrickville Tulip Festival coming in May

Merrickville-Wolford will be alive with colour, music and events at the Merrickville Tulip Festival from May 10 to 20. The Lions Club of Merrickville...

Open letter to the Merrickville-Wolford community

Dear Residents and Taxpayers This Letter is to serve as a community update for the first quarter of 2018. As many know, your Municipal government...
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