Lanark County OPP report

Lanark County OPP report

The following report was provided by the Lanark County Detachment of the OPP. 

Between Monday September 11, 2017 and Monday September 18, 2017 officers from the Lanark Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to 402 calls for service.

The calls included:

Motor Vehicle Collisions. 

33. Including, eight Car/ Deer ...

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Smiths Falls Fire Chief Beauchamp to move on at the end of October

Smiths Falls Fire Chief Beauchamp to move on at the end of October

Smiths Falls Fire Chief Normand Beauchamp told council last night that he will be stepping down, effective the end of October.

The Chief says he will be moving on to a larger community, but couldn’t tell the Mayor and Councillors which one.

He told the meeting held at the arena, ...

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In Focus – Mon September 18, 2017 – Food Fit: Aisha Toor & Fabiola Depaz

In Focus – Mon September 18, 2017 – Food Fit: Aisha Toor & Fabiola Depaz

Bob is joined by Aisha Toor, Community Kitchen Coordinator with the Table Community Food Centre and Fabiola Depaz a past participant in the Food Fit program to talk about the program and what it has to offer local residents.

Listen to the interview.

 

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Architects selected for new CP ER

Architects selected for new CP ER

The Carleton Place & District Memorial Hospital (CPDMH) has announced it has retained the services of Parkin Architects Limited to design the new Emergency Department.

A release says the firm was chosen following a competitive Request for Proposal (RFP) process. “Parkin has an excellent reputation and extensive experience in the ...

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Work starting soon on Smiths Falls’ combined locks

Work starting soon on Smiths Falls’ combined locks

The following notice is from Parks Canada:

Parks Canada is in the midst of an unprecedented program of infrastructure investments to preserve assets located within national historic sites, national parks and national marine conservation areas across Canada. To date, the Rideau Canal National Historic Site has announced more than $100 ...

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Pool at Galipeau Centre expected to announce re-opening date

Pool at Galipeau Centre expected to announce re-opening date

The Gallipeau Centre’s pool is expected to re-open soon.

The Record News reports that an official opening date, as well as schedules, including aquafit and lane swims are expected sometime this week.

Officials with the centre took to Facebook to say that it is in the works.

The pool struggled ...

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