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WNPS PARTICIPATING IN PROVINCIAL GUN AMNESTY DURING APRIL

Safely surrender weapons and accessories by appointment only (WEST NIPISSING, ON) The West Nipissing Police Service (WNPS) in collaboration with the Ontario Provincial Police and participating Municipal Police Services are holding a Gun Amnesty during the month of April. The Gun Amnesty is for any Ontario resident who wishes to …

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2017 Ontario Public Sector Salaries Disclosed

Ontario is a Leader in Openness, Transparency and Accountability The government has released the salaries of Ontario Public Service and broader public sector employees who were paid $100,000 or more in 2017. The government is releasing the annual compendium in a downloadable, machine-readable format. The data is also available in …

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New Internet Service Coming to Rural WN

In the next two to three weeks it looks like a new tower providing hi-speed to West Nipissing will be launched. If you are on a rural road and are having trouble with your internet or are unable to even get decent internet, or would like better service at the …

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WNPS Police Searching for Man -UPDATED – ARRESTED

UPDATED – ARRESTED On March 18th 2018, the West Nipissing Police Service responded to a call of a possible assault. Officers learned from the victim that he was at his Arthur Street home in Sturgeon Falls with a few acquaintances. The group hung out for a while and the guests …

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Continued Partnership of Ontario and Nipissing First Nation Will Support Walleye Recovery

Ontario and Nipissing First Nation continue to collaborate on the sustainable management of the Lake Nipissing fisheries and local walleye recovery. The province and Nipissing First Nation have released an update detailing the successes of the Memorandum of Understanding, now in its second year, focused on improving the sustainable management …

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Serré returns from UN Commission on the Status of Women

Serré returns from successful 62nd UN Commission on the Status of Women hosted in New York City   NICKEL BELT/GREATER SUDBURY– Against the backdrop of unprecedented global efforts for women’s rights and gender equality, Marc Serré, MP for Nickel Belt and member of the Standing Committee on the Status of …

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Vehicle Set on Fire

The West Nipissing Police Service is investigating the theft of a motor vehicle from a Verner residence. On March 14th the complainant contacted the police to report that her Dodge Stratus had been stolen from her driveway sometime overnight. The vehicle was located later that morning along Stewart Road. The …

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Ontario Supporting Municipalities to Ensure Safe Transition to Federal Cannabis Legalization

Province Also Investing in Police Training, Investigations, and Public Education Ontario is stepping up support for municipalities and law enforcement to help ensure communities and roads are safe in advance of the federal government’s legalization of cannabis. The province will provide $40 million of its revenue from the federal excise …

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Gold for Nipissing First Nation fishery vision

  Nipissing First Nation has been awarded gold for efforts to heal Lake Nipissing’s walleye. There are now more spawning male and female walleye and the abundance of adult walleye has noticeably increased. Nipissing First Nation received the IPAC Gold Award for their leadership along with the Ministry of Natural …

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Wanted by Police for Assault with a Weapon

Justin Glynn is also wanted on five other charges, including extortion Police is hoping the public can help track down 28-year-old Justin Glynn. Police alleged that on Feb. 18, Glynn and another person assaulted two people with a weapon in the parking lot of a business on Highway 17 in …

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