Posted on Wednesday, July 28, 2021 11:57 AM
The Town of Arnprior is seeking up to six (6) dedicated community members, including youth, to join the new Inclusivity and Diversity Advisory Committee (IDAC).
Ideal applicants will have various qualifications such as:
The IDAC will provide advice and recommendations...
Posted on Monday, July 26, 2021 09:55 AM
To the residents and businesses of Arnprior:
I know everyone is excited to be in stage 3 of Ontario’s re-opening plan and eager to return to life as it was before COVID-19 but I want remind residents that the best protection against COVID-19 and associated variants of concern and the best way to ensure our businesses remain open, is to get vaccinated.
As mass immunization clinics are decreasing in number and frequency over the next month, Dr. Robert Cushman, Acting Medical Officer of Health, RCDHU,...
Posted on Thursday, July 08, 2021 08:48 AM
The Town of Arnprior is excited to announce the launch of a youth kayaking program with grant support received through the latest round of Jumpstart’s Sport Relief Fund. Arnprior is one of over 500 sport and recreation organizations nationally to benefit from this grant program.
“We are grateful to Jumpstart and our local Canadian Tire store for supporting our application for a youth kayaking program,” said Graeme Ivory, Director of Recreation. “To be able to offer a new program like this where participants...
Posted on Tuesday, June 29, 2021 01:35 PM
The Arnprior and District Museum is proud to announce they have been successful in receiving a grant from Digital Museums Canada under the Small Investment Stream for their project “Unravelling the Yarn - The Textile Industry in Arnprior”.
The textile manufacturing industry in Arnprior was established in the mid-19th century and, for 150 years, employed many of the town’s men and women. This digital exhibition will look at the industry’s importance to the town’s development, with a focus on Kenwood...
Posted on Thursday, June 24, 2021 04:35 PM
It is with heavy heart that the Mayor has requested the Town to lower our flags to honour the 751 children and adults found in unmarked graves in Saskatchewan. Flags will remain lowered for 751 hours, one hour for every life that was taken to honour the memory of the thousands of children who were sent to residential schools, for those who never returned and in honour of the families whose lives were forever changed. A National Indian Residential School Crisis Line has been set up to provide support...