LCIH shivers from the weather outside but trembles as a result of the Ghomeshi verdict. This is another example of the injustice women experience when they find their courage to trust in the system, find their voice and speak out! They experience further trauma as their experience is translated into motives to garner publicity, untruths, and a general lack of credibility as they testify to their trauma.
Charnelle Masakeyash, 26, from Mishkeegogamang First Nation was reported missing on Monday
Charnelle Masakeyash, 26, of Mishkeegogamang First Nation in northern Ontario was reported missing by her sister on Monday. (Stephanie Masakeyash/Facebook)
Members of Mishkeegogamang First Nation in northern Ontario are searching for Charnelle Masakeyash, who was reported missing on Monday, Nov. 9.
The ground search is taking place near Pickle Lake, Ont., ...Continue Reading →
In Recognition of Women Abuse Prevention Month, during the Month of November Generations Inn Restaurant & B&B is hosting a Charity Table fundraiser for LCIH!
Patrons who dine at the designated charity table will have 10% of their bill donated by Generations to LCIH. We thank you for your support and for raising awareness in our community.Continue Reading →
AND THE WINNER IS….KIM CINCIRIPINI!! Congratulations on winning the grand prize package that includes: A complete makeover by Mahogany Spa for you and a friend: Cut and Style – Make up – Manicure and Pedicure. After your day of pampering is done you will be picked up by a limousine and be brought to the Violet Femmes Gala at the Almonte Arena, where the 2 winners & 6 additional friends will enjoy an evening of fine dining, entertainment, silent auction and ...Continue Reading →
A HUGE thank you to Jennifer Stewart, a broker with Royal LePage Team Realty, for her incredible donation of $3,665! We greatly appreciate your generousity and thoughtfulness. The wonderful questions and conversation we shared really show how much you care Jennifer and we will put your donation to good work! Again, thank you.Continue Reading →
We would like to send a huge THANK YOU! to Commonwell Mutual Insurance Group for its generous donation of $5,000 to help cover some much needed repairs at the shelter!
Commonwell is the new company that was formed when Lanark Mutual Insurance Company merged with Farmers’ Mutual Insurance Company and Glengarry Mutual Insurance Company. The group is interested in investing locally and Lanark County Interval House is incredibly grateful for this support!Continue Reading →