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Posted Wednesday, July 04, 2018

Courtice Lions Club benches The Municipality of Clarington received two new benches donated by the Courtice Lions Club for the entryway at the Courtice Community Complex. One of the benches commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Lions Club International, while the other commemorates the 20th anniversary of the Courtice Lions Club.
The benches are near the entryway to the facility and provide a convenient place for people to relax after visiting the pool, older adult centre, fitness centre or library.
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Posted Friday, May 18, 2018

Patio at Walsh's Snug in Newcastle Clarington May 17, 2018/- Clarington residents will soon be able to enjoy dining outdoors as the owners of Three-Six Kitchen Restaurant & Lounge in Bowmanville and Walsh’s Snug in Newcastle prepare to open their sidewalk patios. This is part of Council’s approved 2018 sidewalk patio program.
Clarington Council approved the trial program, its procedures and overall application process in January. Currently, only two restaurants are approved to participate...

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Posted Thursday, April 26, 2018

Front View CLARINGTON, Ontario, April 26, 2018 – Toyota Canada Inc. (TCI) kicked off the construction of its newest Canadian facility by revealing a first look at the new building’s design today. The Municipality of Clarington in Ontario will be home to the company’s new Eastern Canada Parts Distribution Centre (ECPDC).
Read the full press release on the Toyota Canada website.

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Posted Thursday, January 04, 2018

Snickers recovering from her fall through the iceFollowing a week of stall rest, Snickers, the pony rescued by Clarington firefighters after falling into the icy waters of a frozen pond is recovering well. According to her owner, Snickers suffered from “a scrape or two” but is now back to her “old, feisty self.”
In an email to Clarington Fire Chief Gord Weir, the pony’s owner expressed her thanks to fire crews for rescuing Snickers. “Please send our kindest and sincerest regards again...

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Posted Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Clarington Farm Families attend the Celebrate Agriculture Gala (SCUGOG, DURHAM REGION) - Farming and farm families celebrated their rural roots in Durham Region on October 26th with close to 350 people in attendance at the 4th annual Celebrate Agriculture Gala held at the Scugog Community Centre in Port Perry. The evening recognized three Durham Farm Connections award winners and one hundred and thirty three Canada 150 Farm families.
The presentation of Canada Farm Family gate signs and certificates to Durham Region’s Canada 150...

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