Strap in and enjoy the ride! This week we sit down with Joey Desjardins, a Next-Gen Para-cycling athlete looking to make the push towards Tier 1 status. Fresh off a successful turn at the Para-Cycling Road World Cup in The Netherlands, Desjardins talks to us about what goes into his training, the mental benefits of competition, and the importance of both giving and receiving support from those you love.
"It seems weird to me that people will see me as something that I don't see myself." This week, we sit down with Umaia Perlin. She's 16-years old and is our summer intern at The Review. We chat about her love of film and literature, her meeting Margaret Atwood and asking her about feminism, and finally a part of her life she says she may need to think about more as she gets older.
This week, we speak with young artist Natasha Martel, who moved to Vankleek Hill for love and is exhibiting her art at Arbor Gallery (36 Home Avenue in Vankleek Hill) until July 30. Meet her at the gallery on Sunday, June 25, between 2 and 4 p.m.
This week we sit down with our newest reporter here at The Review. We chat about everything from what makes Super Smash Bros. a more complex game than you may think, to growing up in a small town, to what basic universal income may look like. Enjoy!
After finishing in the top 10 at last year's National Junior Ladies figure skating competition, 16-year old Hannah Dawson is on a podium pursuit at the 2022 Winter Olympics. What does it take to get there? How does she balance training and personal life? And what's her connection to a local clothing brand?
The Review's new podcast series debuts with an interview with Patrick Lalonde. The L'Orignal resident opened his business, Lalonde Physio, about a year ago. In the episode, he shares his reasons for coming back home, what he likes about L'Orignal, and his vision for the future of the area. This new podcast series, with episodes every Friday, will bring you a peek into the lives of a new generation of Prescott-Russell residents. Do you or a friend have a story you want to share? Email us at...
This week on Review Radio Hour, we report on yesterday's Upper Canada District School Board meeting, and bring you an interview with Danny Norris, a local resident who has cystic fibrosis. Plus, information about what's going on in your community in the coming days and weeks.
This week on Review Radio Hour, Embrun resident Claudia Gorenko shares her story of waiting 30 minutes for an ambulance after her months-old son had a seizure. And, Francis Tessier-Burns reports on last week's Speaker Series presentation at Arbor Gallery in Vankleek Hill, where Gary Champagne spoke about Truth and Reconciliation negotiations.
This week on Review Radio Hour, we report on the Upper Canada District School Board's latest recommendations for school closures. And, Francis summarizes Champlain Township's budget for 2017, which was approved on Tuesday.
This week on Review Radio, Francis Tessier-Burns brings you an interview with Denise Schaerer, who recently underwent a heart transplant. Hear her tell the amazing story. And, we report from Action Champlain's meeting of Thursday, February 9. Hear what the group's lawyer said about the next steps in the group's effort to prevent a cement plant from being built in L'Orignal. Plus, hosts Dorothy and Theresa fill you in on what's going on in the area this weekend.
This week on Review Radio Hour, we speak with Diane Matichak of the Hawkesbury General Hospital Foundation about an upcoming fundraiser called "Bail Out." Then, hear a preview of the presenters scheduled at Yes, Women Can! These women will be sharing different paths for emotional healing. Finally, find out what's going on in the area over the weekend.
This week on Review radio hour, Francis Tessier-Burns reports from the Upper Canada District School Board's meeting about school closures held on Monday in Cornwall. And, we speak with members of a committee hoping to welcome Syrian refugees into our community. Plus, we update you about what's happening at The Review lately!