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Police Services Board Update

DATE: 2018-06-28 FROM: B. BERTRAND – Chair The West Nipissing Police Services Board held its regular meeting on Wednesday June 20th 2018. Part of the discussion included the Chief of Police’s resignation and appointing someone to the position on an interim basis. The Board offered Inspector St Pierre the position …

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Police Services Board Meeting Update

DATE: 2018-06-27 FROM: B. BERTRAND – Chair The West Nipissing Police Services Board held its regular meeting on Wednesday June 20th 2018. Part of the discussion including a review of the Tribune article dealing with the current application for Judicial Review dated June 13th 2018. The Board would like to …

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West Nipissing Supports Special Olympics

(WEST NIPISSING, ON) This year’s Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics took place on Wednesday June 20th at 3:00 p.m. Athletes, along with their families and volunteers were joined by Koda, other West Nipissing Police personnel and law enforcement partners from throughout the northeast region in the annual walk …

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Funding for Francophone Organization in the Nipissing Region

Marc Serré Member of Parliament / Député Nickel Belt The Government of Canada is committed to supporting the vitality of official-language minority communities and promoting official languages. NICKEL BELT – Investing in the growth and prosperity of official-language minority communities is investing in the vitality of our culture. Today Marc …

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Nipissing Partners on New Indigenous Primary Care Team

Interprofessional team will serve North Bay and three local First Nations GARDEN VILLAGE, ON – Nipissing First Nation has partnered with Dokis and Temagami First Nations, and the North Bay Indigenous Friendship Centre to create the North Bay Indigenous Interprofessional Primary Care Team (IIPCT). The North Bay IICPT is slated …

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WNPS seek public assistance

A 51 year old Field, Ontario man faces weapons charges after West Nipissing Police Service were called to a neighbor dispute. The initial complaint involved neighbors arguing/shouting at one another about dogs and cats running at large and fighting. It is alleged that one neighbor invited the accused to a …

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NDP promises rail passenger service within 4 years

It won’t happen overnight, but if the Ontario NDP wins the June 7 provincial election, passenger rail service will return to Northeastern Ontario. Timiskaming Cochrane NDP candidate John Vanthof said Tuesday that “certainly, under and NDP government, it will come back. “It will take some time to get it back,” …

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National Rural Caucus

NICKEL BELT – MP Marc Serré was selected as Chair of the National Rural Liberal Caucus on Parliament Hill and is honoured to have earned the unanimous confidence of his peers. Serré looks forward to advocating on behalf of the many residents of rural Canada to ensure their voices are …

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You Can Now Renew Your Ontario Health Card Online

Skip the Line and Visit ServiceOntario.ca/RenewCards People across Ontario can now renew their photo health card online at ServiceOntario.ca/RenewCards.  To renew a health card online, people in Ontario need: A valid driver’s licence to verify identity as a security measure To have lived at the same address at least 90 days …

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West Nipissing Police Service weekly update

On March 25th the West Nipissing Police Service was contacted regarding a possible domestic. The complainant advised that a female and male had been shouting for hours. Police attended a Highway 539 residence where they discovered a male and female outside of the residence. The female had visible injuries and …

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