One hundred and ninety years 1827-2017 Homecoming 190

by Doug MacDonaldOn Sunday May 7, 2017, at 10:30 am, St. James Anglican Church will celebrate 190 years in the community. The congregation invites...

Kemptville Royals hockey team 1957

by Sam GawRecently, as I was going through some boxes of memorabilia, I found a mint condition 1957 Season Souvenir Program of the Kemptville...
The NG Times Newspaper

Mightier than the sword: Newspapers in North Grenville

The rulers of New France had a very strong rule about the society that they wanted to see in Canada. For that reason, they...

Burritt’s Rapids

The photograph dates from around 1905 and shows the rapids which gave the village its name, along with the mills which gave it its...

Joe and Mary Swain

Heritage is people, and this week’s post is rather different. I received a message from Patricia Walsworth last week: “Hi I have a photo...
The NG Times Newspaper

Success or failure?

An era came to an end along with the last days of 1997. The South Gower Council met for the last time on December...

Kemptville’s Cold War secret

At the height of the Cold War, the Canadian Government took steps to ensure the Continuity of Government in the event of a nuclear...

Who was Dorothy Dumbrille?

By Doug MacDonaldIn 1908 eleven year old Dorothy, with her parents Rupert and Minnie, siblings Miriam, John, Helen and Oscar moved to Kemptville and...

Walter Turnbull: Man at the top

Walter James Turnbull probably had one of the more interesting lives of anyone who grew up in Oxford Mills. His mother, Sophronia Williams, came...

One town, one man and a story that won’t go away

by Lyle DillaboughIt just seems to go on and on. That endless tale of Captain Roy Brown, his hometown of Carleton Place, and the...

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