Order a sign
The Jail Opposition Group (JOG) and the Coalition Against the Proposed Prison (CAPP) invite you to communicate your opposition to the proposed prison by displaying a lawn sign at your home or business. Join us in saying "Stop the Kemptville Prison” and "Save the Farmland". We have double-sided Farmland signs available as well as signs with No Prison on one side and Save Farm Land on the other side.
A donation of $10, or whatever amount you can manage, to cover production costs would be greatly appreciated, but not necessary. Cash or e-transfer payment options are available.
Order your lawn sign today by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Order a t-shirt
Show your opposition by wearing a t-shirt that clearly communicates your view of the province's plan to turn Kemptville into a jail town.
Order your t-shirt today (S, M, L, XL, XXL) by emailing: email@example.com.
The t-shirts are $15 each.
NOTE: An order was placed on October 5th, 2021, however, if you wish your name to be placed on the list for the next order, please be sure to let us know. The next order will be placed in the spring of 2022.
Write or call the politicians behind this plan and make your opinion known - for a prepared letter, see below....
If emailing, please copy Mayor Nancy Peckford and other council members on your
correspondence to provincial politicians.
Premier Doug Ford
Ontario Solicitor General Michael Kerzner
Ministry of Public and Business Service Delivery
MPP Steve Clark, Leeds-Grenville-Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes
North Grenville Municipal Council
Nancy Peckford, Mayor
Email or call Provincial Opposition Leaders
Ask these provincial leaders where they stand on the issue of building the proposed correctional facility in Kemptville and expanding prison capacity in Ontario. Include the issues that matter to you in your communication to them.
NDP Leader Andrea Horwath
Liberal Party Leader Steven DelDuca
Green Party Leader Mike Schreiner
Join the conversation and share your thoughts with the social media dedicated to this issue - help spread the word by sharing important information with your own network.