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County Road 10 is open!

Before schedule !  Well done. 



Generous, caring, committed, AMAZING.  Those are the words to describe the large crowd of Westport and North Crosby residents who came to the Cove Country Inn for the community rally to raise money for the Canadian Red Cross and its humanitarian support the Refugees from Syria and area.  The donations from tonight are still being totalled, however it sounds like over $25,000 in donations were raised tonight.  You read that correctly – over $25,000!!!!  Added to the $16,500 matching funds gives a total over $41,000.  After the Canadian government matches, we will be sending around $82,000 to help the refugees.

Generous, caring, committed, AMAZING and, did I say generous -those are the words to describe my friends, neighbours, kindred souls.  Seriously – when we work together – we can accomplish significant goals.  Give yourself a pat on the back!  Thank you everyone.

OPP MEDIA RELEASE – re: B&E in Westport Oct 30 2015

From the OPP –

If you have any information, pls contact the police at the numbers given at the end of the media release.

FROM/DE: Leeds OPP DATE: 30 October 2015

(LEEDS, ON.) –   Officers of the Rideau Lakes Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police are continuing an investigation where a female suspect broke into a Westport residence and assaulted the homeowner.
On the 29th of October 2015 at about 10:35 PM Ontario Provincial Police officers were called to the Village of Westport after a female entered a residence, stole a small quantity of money, and became involved in a physical altercation with the homeowner. She left the scene on foot.
The victim received minor injuries and did not require medical treatment.
Description: –
Female – Caucasian – 5’4 to 5’6 Medium build – 120 – 140 pounds
– 25 to 28 years old – Shoulder length black hair – Black vinyl or leather coat – puffy – Blue jeans – Cell phone with lime green case – Clear speech
– Possible injury to forehead or top of head
Members of the OPP Canine, Emergency Response Team, and OPP Identification Unit attended for further investigation.
Anyone with information about this is asked to contact the OPP at 1-888-310-1122 or Crime stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).
The investigation continues.
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Contact:  PC Sandra Barr 613-340-3905

Grand Opening of Dale and Lois Lyons’ Buggy and Cutter Warehouse

Congratulations to Dale and Lois Lyons, who have realized a long time dream today when they opened the doors to a new warehouse for their antique and restored buggies and cutters.  These beautiful and historical vehicles are now under one roof at 20 Rideau St.  Great turnout of community members and friends for the opening, including MPP Steve Clarke who cut the ribbon with Mayor Robin Jones.

ribbon cutting