A lot of people, including Port Hope lawyer and head of the local chapter of Fair Vote Canada Wilf Day, were concerned with a report out of Le Devoir last week that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was re-thinking electoral reform.
Northumberland-Peterborough South MP Kim Rudd says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's “commitment is clear” to reviewing and improving the electoral system.
Local Liberal MPP Lou Rinaldi said he spoke in favour of, and voted for, a motion from Conservative Lisa MacLeod of Nepean-Carleton to create an advisory committee tasked with looking at Ontarians suffering from rare diseases whose experimental or complimentary treatments are not covered by OHIP.
That graphic-novel edition of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies on display at the front desk of the Centreton Public Library is more than just a seasonal exhibit — it's a frightful foretaste of things to come this Friday at their second annual Haunted Library.
It's hard to find more of a can-do attitude than that possessed by Spencer West.
Teams from the host Northumberland Nighthawks advanced to the championship final in four out of the nine divisions in the Justin Williams Cup AA minor hockey tournament this weekend.
The third annual Ghostly Visit at Wesleyville Village was held Saturday and the scary walks were spooktacular.
A Port Hope cellist, who has performed with artists including Celine Dion and Justin Bieber, held a workshop with members of SONG (Sounds of the Next Generation) in Cobourg last Wednesday, says SONG's Marie Anderson.
Five Northumberland Hills Hospital employees were recognized last week with Healing Hands Awards for their outstanding demonstration of the hospital’s values of compassion, respect, collaboration, integrity and quality.
Cobourg's first ever Comic Con brought the superheroes, villains and artists out to the Cobourg Community Centre on Saturday.