The Advocate Podcast – Stories from Kawartha Lakes

Episode #29 Ops’ epicentre sticks around. Hockeyville Caygeon still a winner. Divorce Act explained. Sydney sings and thrives in post-secondary.

April 15, 2021

After much debate, city councillors opted to keep the OPS community Centre standing – albeit with a few differences. Councillor Patrick O’Reilly brings us the back story on how that beloved building avoided the wrecking ball. Bobcaygeon may not have been crowned Canada’s Hockeyville for 2021. But the town’s champions, like Kathleen Seymour-Fagan, still see this as a win. Never easy. Always heart-wrenching. But recent changes to the Divorce Act should make the transition smoother, explains Wards lawyer Alex McLeod. Doin’ post-secondary on-line ain’t fun. But it can be done. Even if you’re studying musical theatre. Lindsay’s Sydney Harwood-Jones says it takes perseverance, a positive attitude – and a performer’s expertly-trained imagination.

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