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list with emphasis on economic recovery GSPNUIF$07*%QBOEFNJDTJUVBUJPOBOE support for the ultra-fast Eastern Ontario 3FHJPOBM/FUXPSL &03/ (JHQSPKFDUBOE BMTPUIF$FMM(BQQSPKFDUGPSJNQSPWJOHDFM - lular phone service. “The EOWC pivoted when the pandemic hit,” stated Andy Letham, EOWC chairman, iBOEPVSQSJPSJUJFTXFSFBEKVTUFEUPSFáFDU the needs of municipalities and local busi- nesses. The EOWC appreciated the pro- vince’s willingness to hear our perspectives, as it will take strong partnerships between our governments to face the challenging years ahead.” 8BSEFO1JFSSF-FSPVY SFQSFTFOUJOH UIF 6OJUFE$PVOUJFTPG1SFTDPUU3VTTFMM BMTP FYQSFTTFEDPOàEFODF UIBU UIF&08$XJMM achieve its goal of better and faster Internet service and cellular phone service through
Economic recovery from the pandemic and a push for support of a new ultra-fast Internet system project were on the Eastern Ontario priorities list during the annual conference for Ontario’s munici- pal governments. This year’s Association of Ontario Muni- cipalities (AMO) conference August 17 to 19 was in virtual form as delegates met via electronic teleconference with provincial ministers and other government officials, JODMVEJOHNFNCFSTPGUIF/%1DBVDVTXIJDI leads the Official Opposition. The Eastern Ontario Wardens Caucus (EOWC), which represents the 16 counties in Eastern Ontario along with the City of Kawartha Lakes, presented its priorities
Members of the Eastern Ontario Wardens Caucus (EOWC) joined their counterparts across the province in virtual meetings for the annual three-day Association of Municipalities of Ontario conference. One of the goals for the EOWC during the conference was to lobby for support of projects aimed at improving Eastern Ontario’s Internet and cellular phone service to help make businesses in the region more competitive in the global market. —stock photo its plan for public-private partnerships with senior-level government support. “We will achieve this through our usual persistence and perseverance,” stated -FSPVYi5IFQFSGFDUFYBNQMFPGUIJTJTUIF alignment that we heard repeated throughout the conference around broadband, coming GSPN UIF&08$ &03/ ".0 BOE UIFQSP - vincial ministers.” EOWC members also discussed the long- term care situation in the region, including UIFOVNCFSPG$07*%PVUCSFBLT UIBU occurred at several long-term care and nursing homes.
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Visitors to the Larose Forest will soon have a new place to rest up before they head out on the community forest trails. The Larose Forest Visitors Centre is a KPJOU QSPKFDUCFUXFFOUIF6OJUFE $PVOUJFTPG1SFTDPUU3VTTFMM 6$13 XIJDI owns and manages the community forest, BOE UIF 'FEFSBM &DPOPNJD %FWFMPNFOU "HFODZGPS4PVUIFSO0OUBSJP 'FE%FW 5IF 6$13JTQSPWJEJOH UPUIFQSPKFDU BOE'FE%FW 5IF 6$13 GVOEJOH GPDVT JT PO SPBE upgrades, parking, and stormwater mana- gement needs for the centre. When com- pleted, the facility will offer visitors bicycle and snowshoe rentals during the summer and winter seasons for trail use, and also provide fresh drinking water for those going out on or coming back from the trails.
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