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WNPS Report Tip Jar Theft and Street Fight

Between February 3 rd and 9th, the West Nipissing Police Service logged 154 calls for service. Among those were 11 Motor Vehicle Collisions, 26 police assistance calls, 2 Domestic Disturbance calls, 4 thefts, 2 unwanted person complaints, and 1 mischief complaints. On February 3, 2017 the complainant called the police …

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Greater Sudbury is growing, but more people moving to the outskirts

With mineral prices in the eighth year of an extended slump, dozens of people laid off in the local mining supply sector and the housing market slowing down, some in Sudbury were fearing bad news would come with the first numbers of the 2016 census on Wednesday. But the chair of the …

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MP Serre meets with residents of St. Charles regarding serious deficiencies in vital essential service

On January 20th, Marc Serré, Member of Parliament for Nickel Belt, met with a number of residents from St. Charles to learn more about the long-term, ongoing problems that many in the community are having with the poor quality landline telephone service offered by Bell Canada. According to residents, it …

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West Nipissing Police Service weekly update (January 20 – January 27)

Between January 20th and January 27th, the West Nipissing Police Service logged 149 calls for service. Among those were 9 Motor Vehicle Collisions, 19 police assistance calls, 5 thefts, 5 unwanted person complaints, and 4 Landlord-tenant disputes. On January 20th police received a complaint of a theft. The complainant informed …

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Northern Ontario is not being treated equally under the province’s energy system says MPP

Households in northern Ontario are not being treated equally under the province’s energy system, Nipissing MPP Vic Fedeli said Wednesday. In his latest report, the Financial Accountability Officer (FAO) indicated that households in northern Ontario paid more than 25 per cent more in home energy costs than households in Toronto, between 2012 and …

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Government of Canada improves accessibility for Canadians with disabilities in Markstay-Warren

Today, Marc Serré, Member of Parliament for Nickel Belt, on behalf of the Honourable Carla Qualtrough, Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities, announced improved access for Canadians with disabilities to the municipal administration offices of Markstay-Warren. The Municipality of Markstay-Warren has received $25,463.00 through the Enabling Accessibility Fund (EAF) …

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West Nipissing Police Service weekly update (January 14 – January 20)

Between January 14th and January 20th, the West Nipissing Police Service logged 149 calls for service. Among those were 3 Motor Vehicle Collisions, 27 police assistance calls, 3 thefts, 8 unwanted persons complaints, and 2 domestic dispute and 2 mischief complaints On Jan 15th 2017 West Nipissing Police Service received …

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West Nipissing Police Service weekly update (January 07 – January 13)

Between January 7 st and January 13th, the West Nipissing Police Service logged 134calls for service. Among those were 14 Motor Vehicle Collisions, 19 police assistance calls, 3 thefts, 2 unwanted persons complaints, and 1domestic dispute. On January 9 st, the West Nipissing Police Service responded to a Main street …

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8,000 Methamphetamine Pills Seized in Sturgeon Falls

At approximately 7:00am, January 11th, officers from the West Nipissing Police Service and the Ontario Provincial Police executed a Controlled Drugs and Substance Act search warrant at a Nipissing Street residence in Sturgeon Falls. The search of the residence was completed and officers seized in excess of eight thousand (8,000) …

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West Nipissing Police Service weekly update (January 01 – January 06)

Between January 1 st and January 6th, the West Nipissing Police Service logged 107 calls for service. Among those were 28 police assistance calls, 4 thefts, 1assault, 2 Impaired Operation of a motor vehicle complaints, 3 fraud complaints, 3domestic disputes and 1 break and enter and three thefts. On January …

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