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Posted Friday, June 14, 2019

Flood Warning - Lake Ontario Shoreline- Update 2
 
Subject:        Notice of Severe Imminent Flood Conditions- Update 2
The Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority advises that the previously issued Lake Ontario Shoreline Flood Warning has been updated to reflect current conditions.
Small amounts of precipitation are forecast across the region for the next 5 days (June 15- 19). However, forecast winds over the Lower...

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Posted Friday, June 14, 2019

Flood Warning - Lake Ontario Shoreline- Update 2
 
Subject:        Notice of Severe Imminent Flood Conditions- Update 2
The Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority advises that the previously issued Lake Ontario Shoreline Flood Warning has been updated to reflect current conditions.
Small amounts of precipitation are forecast across the region for the next 5 days (June 15- 19). However, forecast winds over the Lower...

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Posted Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Metrolinx GO Train Lakeshore East Extension Attend the Metrolinx Community Meeting on May 21 or 22
You’re invited to attend a meeting on May 21 or 22 to learn more about the four proposed options that Metrolinx is considering to extend its Lakeshore East GO service beyond Oshawa to Clarington.
Community members are encouraged to participate by attending one of these community meetings , hosted by Metrolinx:
Tuesday, May 21 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Garnet B. Rickard Recreation Complex in Hall 2...

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Posted Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Clarington recognizes local volunteers at celebration eventOn April 16, the Municipality of Clarington held a volunteer recognition event to celebrate local volunteers who sacrifice their time and dedicate their efforts to making our community a better place. The theme of the celebration Tuesday night was “lifting our community.” Thirty local volunteer groups nominated 120 volunteers for recognition.
The event was hosted at the Garnet B. Rickard Recreation Complex. Guest Speaker, Sally Barrie from Community Care thanked...

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Posted Wednesday, March 20, 2019

March 20 is School Crossing Guard Appreciation Day in Ontario, and the Municipality of Clarington would like to thank all of our neighbourhood crossing guards for their commitment to helping our children get to and from school safely every day.
Join us in recognizing this important role in our community, and remember these tips when approaching a school crosswalk:
S top when a school crossing guard raises their stop sign.
T ake notice of whether a crossing guard...

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