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In The News For Tuesday October 16, 2018

The O-P-P is warning its officers that they must report “fit for duty” as cannabis legalization looms. In a release Monday night, provincial police say they’re committed to maintaining a drug- and alcohol-free workplace. Commissioner Vince Hawkes is quoted as

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In The News For Monday October 15, 2018

Police responded to a report of a body being discovered in South Glengarry Township on Saturday. It was confirmed to be that of 26-year-old Emilie Maheu, a woman reported as missing several days ago. The OPP says it is now

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In The News For Friday October 12, 2018

The provincial government says it will cancel a scheduled increase in a beer tax that was set to kick in next month. The Progressive Conservatives say the three-cent-per-litre increase was planned by the previous Liberal regime and will be scrapped.

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In The News For Thursday October 11, 2018

The South Nation Conservation  released a report indicating that the watershed region is not meeting the minimum amount of forest cover under the federal environmental guidelines for healthy and sustainable forest habitat. The report, which can be found on the

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In The News For Wednesday October 10, 2018

The Ontario Provincial Police detachment in Russell is looking to identify a suspicious man who was involved in two separate incidents in the town. Back on September 4, at around 5:00 late afternoon, police say a man visited a local day

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In The News For Tuesday October 9, 2018

Residents near the Irving Oil refinery in Saint John, New Brunswick have been warned of possible “flare-ups” as the facility restabilizes after yesterday morning’s massive explosion. The city posted on social media last night that while the “shelter in place”

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In The News For Friday October 5, 2018

Three people are facing break and enter charges after an incident at a business in Clarence Rockland last weekend. Ontario Provincial Police officers responded to a call shortly after midnight on Saturday, , for a break-in in progress on County

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In The News For Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is predicting next year’s federal election campaign could be the nastiest one yet. The P-M told a Liberal party fundraiser in Toronto Tuesday night that he and his party won’t indulge in mudslinging in the coming

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In The News For October 2, 2018

Clarence Rockland fire crews were called for a second time this morning to a fire after they were called last night  to the  scene of a structure fire on Albert street between St-Jacques and St-Louis.  The two houses beside were

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In The News For October 1, 2018

Canada’s dairy farmers are less than thrilled to learn their dairy market will be more open to American farmers. In a news release early this morning, the president of the DairyFarmers of Canada says — quote — “Granting an additional

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In The News For September 28, 2018

The commissioner of Correctional Service of Canada says the agency is going to conduct an in-depth review after a woman convicted of killing an eight-year-old girl was transferred from a medium security prison to an Indigenous healing lodge. Anne Kelly

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In The News For September 27, 2018

Provincial police say road deaths are up slightly this year. OPP say there have been 34 deaths this year where the victims weren’t wearing seat belts compared to 30 at this time last year. Police are gearing up for their

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In The News For September 26, 2018

Federal Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says he was struck by the severity of the damage caused by a tornado as he toured Dunrobin yesterday where people are still reeling after the powerful twister levelled homes and knocked out power

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In The News For September 25, 2018

Days after twin tornadoes struck the national capital region Friday, Environment Canada now says three twisters actually touched down. The weather agency says a newly discovered tornado in Calabogie was the weakest of the three — an E-F-1. The strongest

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In The News For September 24, 2018

Shaken residents began returning to some of the areas hardest-hit by Friday’s twin tornadoes, taking stock of what was lost and trying to figure out what remains. Yesterday, police and firefighters were helping people whose homes were left uninhabitable recover

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