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POLICE TAKE DOWN ‘BIG BOX STORE’ OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY

POLICE TAKE DOWN ‘BIG BOX STORE’ OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY
Precedent-setting Charges Laid Following Lengthy Probe of Toronto-based Firm VAUGHAN – Five people have been charged after the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) concluded an investigation involving Ontario-based supplier of millions of child pornography images and videos. At a news conference, Commissioner Thomas CARRIQUE and Detective Inspector David MacDONALD were joined by representatives from the Toronto Police Service and the United States... Read More

Elections Canada to launch pre-election Voter Information Campaign

Elections Canada to launch pre-election Voter Information Campaign
Efforts will target Canadians who face barriers to electoral participation GATINEAU – Elections Canada will launch its pre-election Voter Information Campaign on June 25th. As an independent, non-partisan agent of Parliament, Elections Canada’s mandate includes making sure all eligible electors have the information they need to register and vote. The campaign will include several components including a website, messages delivered through... Read More

More Sculptures Added to Underwater Sculpture Park Last Saturday – VIDEO

More Sculptures Added to Underwater Sculpture Park Last Saturday – VIDEO
Brockville – On Saturday, June 15th Save Ontario Shipwrecks (SOS) 1000 Islands added 5 more sculptures to the Brockville Under Water Sculpture Park. The new sculptures included six-foot hand, with a forefinger pointing the way to the water’s surface, a 1,500-lb., life-sized personal-watercraft replica, two large faces and a figure based on a sculpture found in a historic waterfront home.... Read More

Great Weather For 8th Annual Fairies in the Park Held on Saturday, June 15th – VIDEO

Great Weather For 8th Annual Fairies in the Park Held on Saturday, June 15th – VIDEO
Brockville – The 8th annual Fairies in the Park hosted by Stephanie Forgues from New Leaf Wellness was held on Saturday, June 15th at St. Lawrence Park. A large crowd came out to enjoy the nice weather and everything enchanted which included, enchanted story telling with magical guests, face painting, DIY Photo Shoot, Yoga, Crafts, Live Performances, vendor market; Food,... Read More

Despite Rain, Great Turn Out on Friday, June 14th for Annual Brockville Rotary Golf Classic – VIDEO

Despite Rain, Great Turn Out on Friday, June 14th for Annual Brockville Rotary Golf Classic – VIDEO
Brockville – The 2019 Brockville Rotary Golf Classic was held on Friday, June 14th at the Brockville Country Club. The sold out event featured a round of 18 holes of golf, lunch and a great dinner, a complimentary Wine and Cheese Reception , a complimentary Scotch Bar , live entertainment, & a live and silent auction The funds raised from... Read More

SIU Terminates Gananoque Death Investigation

SIU Terminates Gananoque Death Investigation
Mississauga- The Interim Director of the Special Investigations Unit, Joseph Martino, has terminated an investigation into the death last month of a 63-year-old woman in Gananoque. In the early afternoon of May 24, 2019, the woman was at the Gananoque Police Service station to make a report concerning a family member, and a missing vehicle. While speaking with a police... Read More

Statement by the Prime Minister on World Refugee Day

Statement by the Prime Minister on World Refugee Day
Ottawa – The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement on World Refugee Day: “Today, on World Refugee Day, we stand with people around the world who have been forced to flee their homes. We recognize their resiliency and courage, and come together as an international community to support refugees and displaced people. “This year marks a somber milestone. Recent UN... Read More

South Glengarry Man Charged after Mail Fraud Investigation

South Glengarry Man Charged after Mail Fraud Investigation
SOUTH GLENGARRY – On May 27, 2019, Stormont Dundas and Glengarry Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) began an investigation regarding apparent mail fraud, along with a potential criminal harassment & impersonation investigation. SD&G OPP have received additional complaints regarding the delivery of unexpected packages containing, what appears to be, court documents along with fictitious sexual assault register documents. On June 13,... Read More

DOWNTOWN PRESCOTT WELCOMES RIVERWALK MASSAGE THERAPY

DOWNTOWN PRESCOTT WELCOMES RIVERWALK MASSAGE THERAPY
Prescott – Riverwalk Massage Therapy celebrated their grand opening with a special ribbon cutting ceremony in Downtown Prescott on Saturday, June 14, 2019.  Town of Prescott Mayor & members of Council, business and community representatives and other invited guests were in attendance, to welcome Prescott’s newest massage therapist. “Riverwalk Massage Therapy will fulfill an ever growing need for massage therapists... Read More

UPDATE : SD&G OPP CONTINUE SEARCH FOR MISSING DIVER

UPDATE : SD&G OPP CONTINUE SEARCH FOR MISSING DIVER
Diver Identified SOUTH STORMONT – Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry (SD&G) Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers continue to remain at the scene of a missing scuba diver in the St.Lawrence River near Lock 21 on MacDonell Island in South Stormont Township. Preliminary investigation has indicated that just prior to 9:00 a.m on June 11, 2019., a diver returned to shore and... Read More