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Update: OPP ASSIST SURETE DU QUEBEC WITH AMBER ALERT

Update: OPP ASSIST SURETE DU QUEBEC WITH AMBER ALERT
Accused Remains in Hospital  RENFREW – On Friday, September 15, 2017, officers from the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) were engaged in the successful apprehension of a suspect involved in an Amber Alert initiated by Sûreté du Québec (SQ) on September 14, 2017. The 41 year old male of Quebec was arrested southwest of Renfrew on Friday late afternoon and taken into... Read More

OPP ASSIST SURETE DU QUEBEC WITH AMBER ALERT

OPP ASSIST SURETE DU QUEBEC WITH AMBER ALERT
RENFREW – On September 15, 2017, officers from the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) were alerted of an Amber Alert in the province of Quebec where the suspect was believed to be in Ontario. Members of the Napanee OPP and neighbouring detachments began an active search with the assistance of several OPP resources including Emergency Response Team, Canine Unit, Helicopter Unit,... Read More

UPDATE : FATAL MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISIONS – VICTIM IDENTIFIED

UPDATE : FATAL MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISIONS – VICTIM IDENTIFIED
South Stormont – On September 8, 2017 Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry (SD&G) Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers responded to the scene of a two (2) vehicle fatal collision on Highway 401 Mile maker 769 (Ingleside), South Stormont Township. Investigation has indicated that at approximately 12:30pm, a passenger vehicle travelling east on Highway 401 collided with an also eastbound tractor trailer.... Read More

UPDATE : FATAL MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISIONS

UPDATE : FATAL MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISIONS
South Stormont -On September 7, 2017 Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry (SD&G) Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers responded to the scene of a three (3) vehicle fatal collision on Highway 401 (east of the Moulinette Road exit, Long Sault), South Stormont Township. Investigation has indicated that at approximately 11:27pm, a Tractor trailer(1) travelling east on Highway 401 collided with an also... Read More

Shoppers Drug Mart supports the Brockville Cardiovascular Rehabilitation Program through it’s “Growing Women’s Health” Campaign

Shoppers Drug Mart supports the Brockville Cardiovascular Rehabilitation Program through it’s “Growing Women’s Health” Campaign
Brockville – Throughout Canada, Shopper’s Drug Mart has begun it’s month long Campaign “Growing Women’s Health”. Shopper’s communities across the country were encouraged to choose a local cause that would raise awareness on an issue related to women’s health. Our local Shoppers chose to raise awareness on women and heart disease. In women over the age of 55 in Canada, heart... Read More

DRIVERSEAT OPENS IN KINGSTON

DRIVERSEAT OPENS IN KINGSTON
GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION TAKES PLACE THIS WEEK Kitchener – Driverseat is pleased to announce the opening of a new franchise in Kingston Ontario. The business, launched September 1st by co-owners Paul Tremlett and Donna Nelham, will celebrate with a Grand Opening over three days, September 21st to 23rd. “Kingston is the first of two locations they will be operating,” says Brian... Read More

TD Tree Days Tree Planting Event at Lemoine Point C.A.

TD Tree Days Tree Planting Event at Lemoine Point C.A.
Kingston – The Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority and the Friends of Lemoine Point are hosting their annual fall tree planting session, in partnership with TD Canada Trust, at the Lemoine Point Conservation Area, and are seeking volunteers to help in this important project. On Saturday, Sept. 30, participants are asked to meet at the south parking lot, off Front Road, to... Read More

Single Vehicle Collision in results in Impaired Driving Charges

Single Vehicle Collision in results in Impaired Driving Charges
PRESCOTT – On September 14, 2017 at 11 p.m. members of the Grenville County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) were called to a to single motor vehicle collision at the intersection of County Road 21 and Weir Road, in Edwarsburgh /Cardinal Township. At this location, a vehicle left the roadway and struck a hydro pole. There were 5 occupants within the vehicle at... Read More