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Update: JAVIER arrested for Human Trafficking offences

Update: JAVIER arrested for Human Trafficking offences
Ottawa – The Ottawa Police Service Human Trafficking Unit (HTU) confirms that Marina JAVIER has turned herself in this morning. JAVIER is facing the following charges: Trafficking in persons under eighteen years by exercising control Financial / material benefit / trafficking person under eighteen Material benefit from sexual services provided by person under eighteen Procuring / recruit person under eighteen... Read More

THE 162nd SPENCERVILLE FAIR, SEPTEMBER 7TH TO 10TH, 2017

THE 162nd  SPENCERVILLE FAIR, SEPTEMBER 7TH TO 10TH, 2017
Spencerville – From the opening ceremonies Thursday, September 7th, to classic country on stage Sunday afternoon September 10th, the 162nd  Spencerville Fair is sure to have something to entice fairgoers of all ages. Taking the stage on Friday September  8th is 21 Gun Salute with Silver Creek opening, and Saturday September 9th is Brea Lawrenson and Jordan McIntosh with Adam Hamelin... Read More

August 11th Deadline fast approaching for Beckwith Township Events Assistant Position

August 11th Deadline fast approaching for Beckwith Township Events Assistant Position
Beckwith Township – Beckwith Township is now accepting applications for a 6 month contract position of Administrative/Events Assistant responsible for administrative, financial duties, programming and assisting with special events. Qualified candidates are invited to submit a detailed resume clearly marked “Administrative/Events Assistant – Contract Position” prior to 4:00 p.m., August 11th, 2017 to: Cassandra McGregor, Clerk Administrator Township of Beckwith 1702... Read More

Statement from the Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation on International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples

Statement from the Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation on International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples
David Zimmer, Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation, issued the following statement today to mark International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples: “There are an estimated 370 million Indigenous people living around the world, across 90 countries. Today, on International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, we celebrate the traditions, contributions and cultural diversity of those communities, including the hundreds... Read More

HIGH WATER LEVELS PERSIST ON INLAND LAKES

HIGH WATER LEVELS PERSIST ON INLAND LAKES
KINGSTON – Water levels are still high on inland lakes and streams within the Gananoque and Cataraqui River Watersheds, but conditions are slowly starting to improve. Today, the Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority reports that there are only two lakes within these watersheds that remain on a Flood Watch status – Charleston Lake and Buck Lake. All other inland lakes are now part... Read More

Statement by the Prime Minister on the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples

Statement by the Prime Minister on the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples
Ottawa – The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement on the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples: “On the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, we recognize Indigenous Peoples around the world, and recommit to protect and promote the rights of Indigenous Peoples. “This year, the United Nations highlights the 10th anniversary of the United Nations Declaration on... Read More

Statement by the Prime Minister on National Peacekeepers’ Day

Statement by the Prime Minister on National Peacekeepers’ Day
Ottawa – The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement on National Peacekeepers’ Day: “Today, we recognize the women and men in Canada’s military and police forces who work to create peace and stability around the world. “Canada’s strong tradition of peacekeeping owes much to Lester B. Pearson, who championed the first armed United Nations peacekeeping mission during the Suez... Read More

OPP Seek Public Assistance after Copper Theft in Front of Yonge Township

OPP Seek Public Assistance after Copper Theft in Front of Yonge Township
LEEDS –   Members of the Ontario Provincial Police (O.P.P.) in Leeds County have responded to a theft of copper wire and are looking for the public’s assistance. On August 8, 2017 Leeds officers were called to a Hydro One substation on County Road 5 in Front of Yonge Township. Sometime over the period of August 4 – 8, 2017 thieves cut... Read More