The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is reporting that there have been 4,816 Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) collisions on the province’s roads and highways so far this year.
Forty six of the collisions resulted in fatalities, with two separate incidents collectively taking the lives of five people. Continue reading
by Terry Myers
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission has extended the time for initial comments on a proposed new “micro modular” reactor at the Chalk River Laboratories. Continue reading
Residential sales activity recorded in Renfrew County totalled 208 units in July 2019.
This was up 7.8% (15 sales) from July 2018 and marked a new all-time record for the month of July, according to the latest market report from the Renfrew County Real Estate Board. Continue reading
A memorial service was held Friday at Garrison Petawawa for Bombardier Patrick Labrie, a member of the 2nd Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery (2RCHA). Continue reading
by Terry Myers
Laurentian Hills council is asking the Ontario Superior Court of Justice to give it the green light to deal with issues regarding Canadian Nuclear Laboratories, despite any potential conflict of interest. Continue reading
Garrison Petawawa is advising the public to expect a high volume of Canadian Armed Forces vehicles on Ontario roads today, August 8, as troops travel to the 4th Canadian Division Training Centre in Meaford for Exercise Stalwart Guardian 2019. Continue reading
Travellers heading west on Highway 17 may face delays today as traffic has been closed in both directions at Mattawa. Continue reading
by Doug Tennant
Laurentian Hills council met for their July meeting recently and completed the agenda of municipal business within 27 minutes.
The main topic of discussion during the meeting was a resolution received from the city of St. Catharines about providing free tampons and feminine pads in municipal-run public facilities. Continue reading
The Deep River Police are reminding local residents to be cautious when hiring contractors or workers over social media. Continue reading
On Sunday, July 14, the Deep River Golf Club hosted the Division I Ottawa Valley Golf Association Women’s Intersectional matchplay competition. Continue reading