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Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement warning of a heat wave this week, with temperatures reaching 30 degrees or more for several days. “However, weather will remain dry, which will limit the added effect of moisture on the temperature felt. During high heat events, drink water abundantly, even before feeling thirsty,” the statement […]
The ball field in Campbell’s Bay was busy over the weekend (May 26-28) for the first annual Maurice Beauregard Memorial 3-pitch ball tournament. In total, fourteen teams took part across two divisions. In the Open Division, Fully Loaded won over the Hitmen 6-3 and in the Rec Division the Rebels beat Team 5 16-6. This […]
Kelly McMahon discusses the first annual 3-pitch tournament in honour of her late husband and former mayor of Campbell’s Bay, Maurice Beauregard, which was held from May 26-28.
Canadian Special Operations Forces Command are advising the public that there will be military training exercises near the Davidson Mill on May 30 and 31. “Residents may notice an increase in military and civilian pattern vehicles, as well as uniformed military personnel with firearms, both day and night,” a press release from the military reads. […]
The Western Quebec School Board has joined the CSSHBO in offering financial compensation to parents affected by the ongoing school bus driver strike. In a letter sent to parents on Friday (May 26), the board announced that they would be paying out parents depending on the distance they had to transport their children to school. […]
Today, MRC Pontiac is holding their annual tree day celebrations from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. where members of the public can pick from a wide variety of seedlings free of charge. In addition there will be a barbeque in support of local food bank Bouffe Pontiac at the MRC office in Campbell’s Bay. The […]
MRC Pontiac environmental coordinator Kari Richardson talks about the annual tree day celebrations.
The Center de services scolaire des Hauts-Bois-de-l’Outaouais (CSSHBO) announced in a press release on May 24 that they would be offering financial compensation to parents forced to drive their children to school due to the ongoing school bus driver strike. “The amount paid is calculated according to the CSSHBO Travel Expenses Policy. This amount is […]
On Tuesday, the provincial Ministry of Public Security held two public meetings at l’École secondaire Sieur-de-Coulonge for residents affected by this spring’s flooding. The purpose of the meeting was to answer resident’s questions regarding the MSP’s financial assistance program for residents whose primary residences had been damaged. Attendees were able to create appointments to meet […]
Mansfield Mayor Sandra Armstrong talks about the followup to the flooding the region experienced this spring.