Quinte Health Care Board Meeting

QHC CEO Mary Clare Egberts speaks in front of a slide that shows a pie at the QHC board meeting Nov. 24. The image was used to demonstrate that QHC is getting a small piece of the financial pie served by the province. Photo by Stephen Petrick

New dog-training programs come to Quinte West

Owner of Dominium Assistance Dogs and Muzzles and Snouts Quinte Dog Training School Lisa-Marie Guernon officially opened her business in Trenton on Thursday Nov. 19. From Left: Chamber of Commerce Manager Suzanne Andrews (L), Wade Watts, Mayor Jim Harrison and Lisa-Marie Guernon.

MP Neil Ellis visits VP Carswell

Bay of Quinte riding MP Neil Ellis answered questions about the environment, living arrangements in Ottawa, the voting system and many other topics from the grade 5/6 split and 7/8 split students at VP Carswell on Thursday Nov. 19, Trenton.

Marijuana for Trauma Trenton

Ayla Bouthillier, administrator at Marijuana for Trauma (MFT) Quinte West, and Sheldon Clarke, full-time volunteer for MFT in Quinte West, stand in the MFT lounge area after a busy and surprising first month of MFT being open in Quinte West.

Pastor Luke Vanderkamp

Pastor Luke Vanderkamp, of St. Andrews Presbytherian Church in Trenton, is working with a number of churches across Quinte West to fundraise $40,000 to bring a Christian refugee family to Trenton. Photo by Erin Stewart.

Base prepares barracks

A forklift operator begins moving heating equipment into place for installation in temporary barracks at CFB Trenton as the base prepares to accept more than 950 refugees in the coming weeks.

Grand Champion

It’s the bee’s knees as far as Campbellford’s Garry Parr and his wife Brianne are concerned. These first-time beekeepers brought home the Grand Champion trophy for all liquid honey won along with four other awards at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair: from left, Garry and Brianne Parr and his sister Jennifer Parr. he said.

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