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Mississippi Riverwatchers update and website launch

  Since the first public meeting on April 11, 2012,  volunteers concerned about the Mississippi River between Appleton and Pakenham have formed a new group...

Judith Marsh writes the Premier about Enerdu

Premier Kathleen WynneLegislative BuildingQueen's ParkToronto ON M7A 1A1 Dear Premier: I am the resident of a beautiful small town in the Ottawa Valley.  Almonte (Municipality of...

Heritage motion approved 9-2

by Neil Carleton   It was an impressive scene Tuesday evening as Mississippi Mills residents walked and biked from Almonte along the Old Perth Road to...

Mass "Save Our River" event: Saturday June 28, Old Town Hall

A coalition of Mississippi Mills citizens has joined forces to plan an event aimed at protecting our historic riverscape and mill district. Their focus...

Cousteau writes Enerdu article for Huffington Post

by Brent Eades This past September Alexandra Cousteau was in town with a multinational film crew to shoot segments of an upcoming documentary that will...

Looking ahead in 2013

by Shaun McLaughlin first published in Shaun on Council Being this is the start of a New Year, it is a good time to examine...

Taking the message to Queen’s Park

by Mayor-elect Shaun McLaughlin first published at Shaun on Council On Monday, December 1, Councillors Duncan Abbott and Alex Gillis, CAO Diane Smithson and I...

Heritage Committee questions Enerdu heritage assessment

A consultant working for Enerdu recently completed a Heritage Impact Assessment (HIA) to be sent to the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport. Enerdu...

CBC’s Ottawa Morning addresses the Enerdu dam controversy


First annual Mississippi River Appreciation Day event a success by every measure!

More than forty volunteers reported to duty Saturday morning with boots, garbage bags and canoes, to show our Mississippi river a little appreciation. Event organizer...


Tickets for ‘Come From Away’ in Toronto

The OVRT: Ignoring the facts


Ice and water

Mills Community Support seeks Foot Care Nurse

Learn about flower arranging, March 7

FOR SALE: 6-foot oak cabinet, $275