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The Ontario English Catholic Teachers' Association has announced a one-day, province wide strike on Tuesday, January 21st. Holy Name of Jesus School will be closed to all students on that day. Ecole Saint Nom de Jesus and Hornepayne Elementary and Secondary School will remain open. Click below to see the news release.
Is your child eligible to go to school in September of 2020? If so, the staff at Hornepayne Public School would be thrilled to be part of your child's learning journey! JK registration starts on January 14th, 2020, but is ongoing right to September of 2020! For more info, please call, or come in and visit!!!
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The NWMO announced this morning, that it has further narrowed the communities under consideration for the Deep Geological Repository. Hornepayne has been removed from consideration. Please click below for Mayor Fort's announcement.
Many of us have enjoyed at least one, and in some cases many of Jack Sargent's well known parties. From live music, to great food, to friendly competition and of course, great friends, many do not realize the charitable benefit of Jack's party.
However, Jack's party for years has raised money, in particular for Kidsport, and this year was no exception! Please click the link below, and you will be brought to the news release from Kidsports with all the details!
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As the new year is about to dawn, the problems from LCBO's decision to close the store in Hornepayne, continues to reverberate.
Unbeknownst to most, the new LCBO agency store, while up and running and meeting the needs of the general populace, is not able to sell commercially. Of course, this puts the Royal Canadian Legion, in the unenviable spot, of trying to run a bar, with no local access to alcohol.
The LCBO has been made aware of the challenges this is causing, and the entire community is awaiting a response.
Hornepayne.com urges citizens to continue to question the LCBO, to continue to keep your local MPP, Mike Mantha informed of your concerns, and to also contact Carol Hughes' office. As the Legion comes under Federal jurisdiction, Carol should also be aware of these concerns.
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