The NG Times Newspaper

Ontario COVID-19 cases at a peak, but with a glimmer of hope

by Brandon Mayer, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter On January 1, Ontario set a record for the highest daily count of newly reported COVID-19 cases. The...

Proposed Counties changes on housing density and aggregate resources

by Brandon Meyer, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter The United Counties of Leeds and Grenville held a virtual Public Meeting on Tuesday to discuss key planning...

Local All‑Candidates debate held on topic of Environment

On September 7, candidates of the Leeds-Grenville-Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes riding debated environmental issues in the 100 Debates on the Environment all‑candidates debate...

Local COVID‑19 Vaccine Status Report – September 7, 2021

We are still moving toward our goal of 90% second doses, with people continuing to receive both first and second doses at public health...

Op-Ed: The politics of who sucks less

How do you choose which candidate gets your vote? Do you carefully study party platforms? Maybe your personal beliefs are strongly liberal, or strongly...

The Green Party of Canada elects Lorraine Rekmans as President

In an historic vote, the Green Party of Canada has elected Lorraine Rekmans as President of the GPC. Lorraine is the first Indigenous Woman...

Election day is coming

On August 15, 2021, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called a snap election, to be held on September 20. Though many disapprove of Trudeau’s timing,...

“Win This Car” Raffle in support of a mother’s dying wishes for her children

Gina Rutledge died of brain cancer the day before her 26th birthday. She left behind two beautiful little boys. Funds are currently needed to...

Conservation Conservators undermined by Province

In December of 2020, Doug Ford passed Bill 229, the “Protect, Support and Recover from COVID-19 Act”, that includes changes to the Conservation Authorities...

Local residents commemorate Indigenous children who died in residential schools

The gruesome discovery of the remains of 215 children, at one of Canada’s largest residential schools in Kamloops, BC has had a tremendous impact...