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In The News For September 20, 2018

A 51-year-old man from Toronto was charged with careless driving after the tractor-trailer he was driving was involved in a multi-vehicle crash with a school bus in Hawkesbury yesterday around 9:00 in the morning. The bus driver was airlifted to a hospital

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In The News For September 6, 2018

With high temperatures and humidity steaming up classrooms across much of Ontario this year, there are calls for the provincial government to address the lack of air conditioning in many schools. The stifling heat led Environment Canada to issue heat

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In The News For August 29, 2018

Just as Canada is set return to the NAFTA negotiating table today, a late report in the Globe and Mail says Ottawa may be willing to discuss the country’s protected dairy market. The move is believed to be part of

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In The News For August 22, 2018

Quebec says it raised about 215 million dollars in revenue for its Green Fund in the first cap-and-trade greenhouse gas emissions auction since Ontario bowed out. All available current vintage emission units and 2021 future units were sold in the

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In The News For August 15, 2018

Italian authorities have raised the death toll in yesterday’s highway bridge collapse in the northwestern port city of Genoa to at least 37. The Italian city’s prefect office announced the updated figure this morning as rescuers continue to search through

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In The News For August 7, 2018

Firefighters in Ontario spent their long weekend battling flames on numerous fire lines in the northeastern and northwestern regions of the province. As of last night, the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources counts 122 active fires, with 25 listed as

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In The News For July 17, 2018

Algonquin College says it’s contacting thousands of students and alumni whose date of birth and home address may have been exposed in a cyber security breach in May. Officials say more than 45-hundred people are being offered identity theft protection

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In The News For July 11, 2018

Anne Comtois Lalonde, director of social services for the United Counties of Prescott and Russell (UCPR), says since February 2017, Ontario’s Child Care Expansion Plan has helped open new daycare spots  across Prescott-Russell during the past year and a half. 

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In The News For July 9, 2018

Crews are working to replenish oxygen tanks leading to a flooded cave in northern Thailand, where eight young soccer players and their coach are waiting for their turn to be rescued. A team of 18 divers have already managed to

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News Highlights For June 25, 2018

Paramedics said they treated five people for overdoses on Saturday at the Ottawa Escapade music festival, being held at Lansdowne. One person was in critical condition, while another was in serious condition due to a drug called, ‘GHB.’ Paramedics took to social media on Saturday

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Jewel News Highlights For June 20, 2018

   Major construction work that was set to begin on High Street in Vankleek hill this week will begin next week instead.  According to the public works head James McMahon,  a subcontractor issue  has resulted in a delay. There will

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Jewel News Highlights

Vankleek Hill’s High Street will see major reconstruction work begin this week until mid-November. The project will cost well over $3 million dollars.  ​Some properties will be connected to a temporary potable water supply during the replacement of the water main.  A representative from Cornwall

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Local News Highlights For June 18, 2018

A two-alarm firebroke out at a multi-unit residence at 46 Lakepointe Dr. off 10th Line Rd. in Cumberland last night. It was  extinguished just before midnight.  No injuries were reported. A fire investigator has been sent to the scene to determine

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In The News Highlights For Clarence-Rockland This June 11, 2018

The Town of Hawkesbury has hired Daniel Gatien as its new Chief Administrative Officer. Gatien has more than 30 years of experience, having worked for Clarence-Rockland as CAO for more than 10 years, for the Township of Russell as Economic

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Black Bear Killed In Hawkesbury

Police say a black bear that was killed in Hawkesbury Friday was in poor health, and a danger to the public. The bear had been spotted roaming around the community over the last several days. The Ministry of Natural Resources

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