Photo's of the search.
Today the information was released that on Sunday the dog, Casey, was found at the shoreline of Presqu'ile.
Photo's of the search.
OPP everywhere, on land, in the sky and in the water. As of 1pm it seemed the lady and her dog were not found yet, as the search was still happening.
Hopefully the lady and her dog will be found soon.
I like finding out what ENSS graduates are up to. Recently I discovered what Jaden Curtis is working on.
Together with Ran Zhu he created the web series, “Ran and Jaden” “It follows two starry-eyed yet cynical snowflakes through their tumultuous transition into adulthood, employing dry humour and unapologetic social commentary to make its mark as a damning critique and proud celebration of Generation Y.”
Besides Jaden Curtis (ENSS 2012), other ENSS graduates have been involved; Peter Mieras (ENSS 2012), a camera operator, Sonya Simpson (ENSS 2012) and Alyssa Christman (ENSS 2012) who both did some graphic design work/photo editing for one of their episodes and Katrina Li (ENSS 2014), is acting in one of their episodes.
The first few episodes will be released in the second half of April. Those episodes were made without a budget and with borrowed equipment and volunteer cast/crew, so they've applied for a $30,000 grant from the Independent Production Fund (IPF), in hopes of receiving funding for a second season. http://ipf.ca/
Part of the selection process for the IPF grant is based on the amount of engagement their trailer receives. The trailer has just been released. Let’s encourage these ENSS alumni and view/comment/like their Trailer.
Good luck to cast and crew!
The first 2016 census results are in. It highlights Population and Dwelling.
Canada saw a growth since 2011 of 5%, from approximately 33,500,000 to 35,151,728 in 2016.
Brighton’s population in May 2016 was 11,844 and private dwellings occupied 4,777. The increase since 2011 in population was 8.4% and dwellings increased with 9.2%.
To place this population growth in perspective, Quinte West saw an increase of 1.1% , Cramahe 4.6% , Northumberland County’s average was 4.2%.
Check out statistics Canada for more info and comparisons.
UPDATE MISSING BOY:
As most people saw, today the OPP put out a poster about a MISSING BOY, TYRESE PAYASH. I recognized this boy as one of the kids who hangs around the downtown area. Having a 16 year old at home I felt for the family.
Like everyone I shared the information on FB via Brighton Events to help find the young person.
I did look for him as well and located who I believe to be Tyrese with another boy at King Edward Park. When I heard he was found I was comforted having just seen him.
However I understand he is still considered missing as, although he was seen today east of town, he has not returned to his foster parents or contacted them. They are very worried.
If you see Tyrese Payash please contact OPP 613-475-1313
MUNICIPAL OF BRIGHTON INFO.
All this info can be found on http://brighton.ca/index.php
1) The Municipality will be conducting their Annual FIRE HYDRANT FLUSHING, starting tonight until October 7th.
2) The Municipality of Brighton SURPLUS EQUIPMENT is being AUCTIONED at GOVDEALS.CA.
3) The Police Services Board is looking for a Temporary Contract POLICE SERVICES BOARD SECRETARIAT
After 27 years Sharon Bugg is retiring.
The library will not be the same without Sharon.
Sharon, enjoy your retirement.
Tonight Concerts in the Park was Tune your ride.
In order to have music people had to paddle. Neat idea.
Yesterday evening there was a house fire at Stewart Road.
This morning Michelle Astley reached out for help via Brighton Area 24/7 Yard Sale. It has been fascinating to follow how members of our community are helping out where they can, whether it is contacting the organizations that have the means to help them, or offering cloths or pick up etc. It seems that the community is stepping up to help them.
This is Brighton at its best! :-)
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