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NORTH GRENVILLE, ON – North Grenville’s Municipal Council wishes to take this opportunity to recognize National Indigenous Peoples Day.
This, June 21, 2021, marks the 25th anniversary of celebrating the heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding achievements of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples.
NORTH GRENVILLE, ON - Several months after the announcement of a provincial correctional facility on the site of the old Kemptville College lands, Council has been able to achieve more clarity on some key items that have been of significant concern to the community.
United Counties of Leeds and Grenville County Road 43 Widening from 200m west of County Road 44 to 220m east of Colonnade Drive in Kemptville. Revisions and Addenda to Environmental Study Report. Notice of Filing of Addendum. Download PDF here.
NORTH GRENVILLE, ON – National Indigenous History Month is recognized annually across Canada for the month of June.
“North Grenville’s Municipal Council would like to take this opportunity to recognize the unique heritage, cultures and traditions of First Nations, Inuit and Metis peoples across Ontario and Canada,” said Mayor Nancy Peckford.
NORTH GRENVILLE, ON - Flags at the North Grenville Municipal Centre will be lowered to half-mast to honour the lives of the 215 children found in a mass grave at a residential school in Kamloops, B.C. Flags will remain lowered for 215 hours (9 days) to represent one hour for each child.
NOTICE FROM: United Counties of Leeds and Grenville
The United Counties of Leeds and Grenville has retained AECOM Canada Ltd. to complete the detailed design for the four-lane widening of County Road 43 from 200 metres west of County Road 44 to 220 metres east of Colonnade Drive, in Kemptville, Ontario.
NORTH GRENVILLE, ON - Mayor Nancy Peckford issued the following statement on the proposed provincial Correctional Facility for North Grenville. A version of these remarks were shared at the March 23 Council Meeting.
When I ran for Mayor, I had a clear vision for our community. Two things were not part of that vision: a global pandemic and a new correctional facility.
NORTH GRENVILLE, ON – Mayor Nancy Peckford issued the following statement on behalf of Council for Orange Shirt Day:
September 30th has been declared annual Orange Shirt Day, in recognition of the harm that the residential school system imposed upon Indigenous children’s sense of identity, self-esteem and well-being. It highlights the multi-generational trauma that survivors and their families experienced, and serves as an opportunity to underscore that all children matter, indigenous and non-indigenous.
NORTH GRENVILLE, ON – Mayor Nancy Peckford issued the following statement on the new provincial correctional facility to be built in Kemptville:
On August 27, Premier Ford, alongside Solicitor General Sylvia Jones, and Steve Clark, MPP for Leeds, Grenville, Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes, announced plans to build a new Greater Ottawa Correctional Complex in Kemptville, and further invest in Ontario’s correctional system.
NORTH GRENVILLE, ON – The Municipality of North Grenville has implemented a community wide 40 km/h speed limit in the urban core of Kemptville.