Murray McLauchlan this weekend!

Murray McLauchlan will be returning for an”encore” performance in Carleton Place on Saturday September 29th at the St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church (39 Bridge St) 8pm. A portion of the ticket price will be donated to the shelter if you tell them you heard it through us!

Tickets $40. (forty dollars) each. Available at: SRC Music (124 Moore Street-Carleton Place) — email: srcmusic@bellnet.ca  SRC (613) 253-0263,

**Pls indicate when purchasing that you heard it from Lanark County Interval House. ...

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Vote no on Motion 312

written by Sarah Bingham

On January 28th, 1988 the Supreme Court of Canada struck down all legal restrictions on abortion, making it a completely legal medical procedure in this country.  Now, a Conservative MP from Kitchener Centre, Stephen Woodworth, would like to overturn the  Supreme Court of Canada with Motion M-312.

M-312 seeks to “establish a parliamentary committee to review the declaration in subsection 223(1) of the Criminal Code of Canada which states that a child becomes a human being only at ...

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Fundraising Letters from Toronto do not represent Lanark County Interval House

We have had several calls from people asking about some fundraising appeal letters coming in from Interval House Toronto.  We would respectfully point out that we are not affiliated with Interval House Toronto in any way that includes fundraising. We also have not given out any addresses to any outside agencies. Your privacy is a priority for us and therefore, we would not sell mailing lists to any other organizations.

If you would like to support your local women’s shelter, please ...

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EMC News Coverage – Lanark County Interval House struggles with projected financial short fall

http://www.emcsmithsfalls.ca/20120913/news/Lanark+County+Interval+House+struggles+with+projected+financial+short+fall

 

EMC News – Municipalities across Lanark County are being asked to join Lanark County Interval House (LCIH) in their efforts to address a funding crisis that could jeopardize the only area emergency shelter for women and their children.

“We are in a situation,” added Erin-Lee Todd, LCIH executive director. “We’re not seeing a growing increase that’s equitable from our funders.”

The issue is a projected $59,000 budget deficit for this year when the ministry isn’t expected to provide any funding increases for ...

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