Plaque commemorating Simpson's Tavern, put up by the Hastings County Historical Society on Front Street, Belleville in 2017.
Text reads: "In 1797 James and Margaret Simpson had a small log tavern at the southeast corner of this intersection. In 1799 they built a frame tavern which became the hub of Meyers' Creek for political rallies, military recruitment, training and courts-martial, Masonic lodge meetings and social gatherings. After James died in 1802, Margaret continued the business and was the first woman granted a tavern license in Midland District. In 1820 Margaret build a frame Georgian-style inn on the northeast corner of the intersection. It was sold in 1825 to the Wallbridge family and was demolished in 1973."
Four photographs of the front of the building at 232 Front Street, during the removal of steel cladding from the façade. Two photographs of the front of 253 Front Street with cladding still present and in the process of being removed.
Screenshot of an emergency text message alert sent by the Government of Ontario on 8 April 2021 about the stay-at-home order which came into effect on that day to suppress the spread of the third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Photographs showing closed-off aisles and displays of non-essential items in Walmart, Belleville, after the Ontario government's stay-at-home order which took effect on April 8th, 2021 in an effort to stem the rise in COVID-19 cases in the province.
Letter addressed to members of Bay of Quinte Conservative Party concerning Shelby Kramp-Neuman's bid for nomination as the Conservative Party of Canada candidate for the Bay of Quinte riding in the next Federal Election.
Eleven digital photographs of the demonstration at the railway lines in the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory in support of the Wet'suwet'en protest against the construction of the Coastal GasLink pipeline through their territory.