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Numerous Assaults and Break and Enters

Between January 29th and February 11th, the West Nipissing Police Service logged 314 calls for service. Among those were 48 police assistance calls, 18 motor vehicle collisions, 11 9-1-1 calls, 11 thefts, 5 break and enters, 3 frauds, 2 assaults and 2 domestic assault. On January 31st, police received information …

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Tragic snowmobile deaths occur during radar runs

The Noelville OPP confirmed to BayToday.ca that two fatalities on the Murdoch River occurred during a radar run on the body of water near Alban Saturday night around 6:30 p.m. “The investigation is moving forward, we have determined that speed and visibility were contributing factors,” stated OPP Constable Andre Bisson Monday …

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Marc Serré, MP Nickel Belt is officially a national member of The National Standing Committee on Natural Resources

OTTAWA – Nickel Belt MP, Marc Serré is proud to have been appointed to serve as a member of The National Standing Committee on Natural Resources. The Committee will have an active role to review bills, government activities and expenditures. As part of their mandate, The National Standing Committee on …

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Lumberjacks junior team folds

“Last week we lost several players to injury, along with certain players battling injury, it has become unsafe to play.” The Sturgeon Falls Lumberjacks of the non-sanctioned Greater Metro Junior ‘A’ Hockey League announced they will “cease operations for the remainder of the 2015-16 season.” The team made the announcement through …

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2 Impaired Charges

Between January 15th and January 28th, the West Nipissing Police Service logged 338 calls for service. Among those were 51 police assistance calls, 11 9-1-1 calls, responded to 11 alarms, 4 thefts, 4 assaults, 4 family disputes, 3 fraud complaints, 2 domestic disputes and 2 break and enters. On January …

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Public Notice from The Mayor and Council

The Mayor and Council wish to confirm that effective Monday January 18th, 2016, two municipal managers have been placed on administrative leave to allow for an independent investigation in order to ascertain facts and explanations for certain irregularities involving the Public Works Department.  This was done to ensure an unbiased …

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Marc Serré, MP for Nickel Belt, opens his Constituency Office in Val Caron

NICKEL BELT – Marc Serré, MP for Nickel Belt, held an Open House at his Val Caron Constituency Office on January, 20th 2016. Many people attended to meet Mr. Serré and his staff. Amongst the visitors, included elected officials from all levels of government including provincial, former and current mayors …

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Ontario Northland will be offering service from Sudbury to Ottawa three days per week as of Jan. 21.

“This route will provide a growth opportunity for our business and provide connectivity for the communities we serve,” said Ontario Northland President and CEO Corina Moore, in a release. “This new route will enhance our service and provide convenience for passengers travelling to and from the north. The schedule has …

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Subject Sexual Assault and Drug Charges Laid

On January 7th 2016, the West Nipissing Police Service received information that a female was in danger and being held against her will at a River Valley residence. Police attended the residence to investigate and upon their arrival spoke with the female victim who was visibly distraught. Police learned that …

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Snowmobile rescue comes with a steep price tag

While search and rescue teams will fish you out free of charge, your snowmachine might not be as lucky Emergency personnel say before you take your snow machine out on thin ice, you might want to consider the resources required to rescue you. The assistant deputy fire chief with the …

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