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Statement by the Prime Minister to mark the New Year

Statement by the Prime Minister to mark the New Year
Ottawa – The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement to mark the New Year: “Happy New Year, Canada! “This past year, we marked the 150th anniversary of Confederation, and looked back on the remarkable achievements Canadians have made throughout our history. We recommitted ourselves to our shared values, and we celebrated the diversity that makes us strong. Millions of people – of... Read More

Extreme Cold Warning Continues for Our Entire Region For Next Couple of Days

Extreme Cold Warning Continues for Our Entire Region For Next Couple of Days
A multi-day episode of very cold wind chills is expected. 2017 is about to end on a very cold note. A fresh surge of Arctic air is encompassing the entire province in its icy grip. Although winds will be relatively light, the extreme cold is expected to produce windchill values below minus 35 this morning, and again tonight. New Year’s... Read More

Relay The Flag and Chill With Some Chili To Support The Special Olympics

Relay The Flag and Chill With Some Chili To Support The Special Olympics
Prescott – The Knights of Columbus Distract #57, covering Brockville, Prescott, Morrissburg and South Mountain, will be hosting a flag relay and chili lunch. Come beat the winter chill with some food, flags and fun while supporting the special Olympics. Come to St. Mark`s Parish Hall, 461 Edward Street, Prescott, Saturday January 13, 10:45-1:45, to support your local athletes. Admission... Read More

Ontario Wraps Up 150th Year with Legacy of Community Engagement

Ontario Wraps Up 150th Year with Legacy of Community Engagement
Province Celebrated Milestone Year with Over 2,000 Events and Initiatives Community engagement was at the heart of Ontario’s 150th anniversary celebrations, with more than 2,000 events and initiatives that built pride, celebrated inclusivity, promoted innovation and opportunity and boosted local economies. Throughout 2017, the province supported 698 community groups, municipalities, Indigenous communities and other organizations in marking the 150th anniversary, generating unique... Read More

Two arrested, 10 litres of suspected liquid cocaine seized at Ottawa Airport

Two arrested, 10 litres of suspected liquid cocaine seized at Ottawa Airport
OTTAWA – Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) officers and members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Ottawa Regional Detachment recently seized bottles of suspected liquid cocaine and arrested two people upon their return to MacDonald-Cartier International Airport in Ottawa. On December 7, 2017, two travellers arrived on a flight from the Dominican Republic and were referred for a secondary examination. During the search, border... Read More