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NOVEMBER: census finds 193 homeless


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November 2: the Grenville Christian College, now defunct, has lost his appeal from a class action lawsuit brought by former students who were subjected to excessive physical discipline, blatant sexual disparagement, forced labor, humiliation , and ” terrorizing “Religious rigidity.


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November 2: A year-old engineering report recommends that the the Town of Gananoque tears off and replaces the concrete slab of its Canada 150 outdoor rink being built as a memorial to the late MP Gord Brown, due to major construction defects.

November 2: Sergeant Andrew Harvie, until recently the The Brockville Police Department’s liaison with the media, is now the deputy chief after Mark Noonan was promoted to chief of police last month.

November 6: the The St. Lawrence Parks Commission will spend $ 3.1 million to to improve Brown’s Bay Beach and Picnic Area thanks to a $ 5 million grant from the provincial ministry of tourism.

November 6: Hospitals in Leeds, Grenville and Lanark say they will continue their COVID-19 vaccine policies after the provincial government said it would not oblige the jab for healthcare workers.

November 9: Leeds, Grenville and Lanark experienced their 64th death from COVID-19 last week, the local health unit confirmed. The community member had underlying health problems and was at an increase risk, depending on the unit.

November 9: Around 20 people were left homeless when Brockville authorities closed a King Street West property, citing fire hazards and building code violations. the property, in fact a series of three addresses, had recently been the drug raid site.

November 11th : Brockville Council invites expressions of interest from eligible members of the public to fill its two vacant councilor positions, and hoping that its new members the from December 1st.


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November 11th : the vast majority of homeless people in the The United Counties of Leeds and Grenville – 72 percent – live in Brockville, according to a one-day count. the census of the homeless called a one-off survey involved around thirty local agencies which have been deployed through the counties on the night of September 21 and three days after and counted homeless customers. They found 193 people that match the homeless category, including 116 who Okay complete a questionnaire about their situation.

November 12: It wasn’t exactly a pre-pandemic Remembrance Day , but it was much closer. A crowd lined the corner of King Street and Court House Avenue Thursday morning, the largest since the start of COVID-19, as area residents stopped to remember those who paid the price ultimate.

November 13: Provincial police charged two people in connection with the 51-year-old Elizabethtown-Kitley man died in September 2020. 35-year-old man and 43-year-old man from the the former Kitley Township neighborhood of Elizabethtown-Kitley were charged with causing death by criminal negligence, to fail to provide for a living and unauthorized possession of a weapon. The 35-year-old has also been charged with manslaughter.

November 18: Remember all those weeks of mind-boggling local immunization statistics that just seemed too much Well to be true? It turns out they were. the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit released revised immunization statistics this week, showing that 91.8% of local residents have been fully immunized, instead of the 95.3 percent it reported last week. the the change came because the the health unit started to use the new figures from the 2020 Canadian census.


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November 18: Brockville General Hospital this week unveiled its all-new imaging machine, made possible by a $ 1 million donation from the the late Dr. Steve Zajacz and his wife, Dina.

November 20: A lot of the local COVID-19 growth came from outside the public health, Dr. Paula Stewart, medical officer of health, told her board of health this week.

November 20: Four former city councilors are among 18 people who nominated to fill the two vacant positions on Brockville City Council.

November 23: More than 20 employees of several hospitals in the region were made redundant during the last two weeks for to fail to get the Vaccine against covid19.

November 23: the The local health unit will begin immunizing children aged five to 11 after receiving its first shipment of children’s vaccines this week.

November 25: The Brockville Police Services Board has rejected a proposal to increase the budget by more than 11%, the The police force is struggling to replace officers on long-term leave.

November 26: Brockville Council heard from each of the the 18 people applying to be filled the two empty councilor places created by the recent surprise resignations from former Mayor Jason Baker and Council. Leigh Bursey.

November 26: Youth sports teams and community organizations will soon be able to use schools again outside of learning hours.

November 27: New COVID-19 design rules to menace keep on ballooning the costs the Maple View Lodge expansion and derailment the construction schedule the County-owned long-term care home in Athens.

November 30: After two years of increasing tax levies of less than 1%, Brockville advisers are now considering an overall increase in levies of around 2.2%, as COVID-19 remains very present and costs are starting to catch up.



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