The Advocate Podcast – Stories from Kawartha Lakes

Episode #66 Lindsay’s sidewalk saga. Big donation to APCH. The boss is watchin.’ New word. Pigat’s pickin’ tune.

November 1, 2022

They’re new. Again. And this version of bricks on Lindsay’s main street does look great. But what’s the story behind the crumbling ones that were installed just a short time ago and had to be replaced? The city’s Juan Rojas, Director of Engineering and Corporate Assets with the C of KL, meets us – on said sidewalk – to explain.

Jennifer Lopinski of APCH says she was expecting, maybe, some kind of donation when she was contacted by a charity group that was ceasing operation. But not THAT big a donation.

If you have at least 24 co-employees, your employer may be monitoring your work habits. But now there are rules about how they keep a watchful eye on how – and when – you’re using their devices and/or vehicle. Calvin Chan of Wards Lawyers explains.

A former Reaboro church is now a lovely home – and a venue for home concerts. We’ve got music from Paul Pigat, who’ll be there November 4. And a new “Well-Defined” word, courtesy of Lyndsay Heffernan of Kawartha Lakes Library.



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