SHAWVILLE PHARMACY ROBBERY – On August 25 around 10 pm, a group of people broke into Uniprix Santé Ahmad Hassan pharmacien INC. According to Marc Tessier, Surete du Quebec Media Spokesperson, the group entered the store from the back of the building and left with some cash. Since the store doesn’t keep large amounts of cash on hand, owner Ahmad Hassan said he did not lose a large amount. No description of the suspects is available at this time and an investigation is ongoing.                                                  (AB)


About 190 people participated in the annual Terry Fox Run that began from
Pontiac High School in Shawville, September 18. About $5,000 was raised, with
more donations continuing to flow in. “Participants are more important than money,” said John Petty, a long time organizer of the event, noting there were 30 more participants this year than last.


Campbell’s Bay bridge repair resumes – Repair work on the bridge spanning McLennan (Stevenson) Creek in Campbell’s Bay resumed on September 14, with work occurring between 7 am and 5 pm from Monday to Friday. During the operation, one lane will be open at all times and traffic will alternate with a traffic light on a lane reduced to 3.5 metres in width. The maximum speed on the bridge is 50 km/h. The work is expected to be complete by October 23, with the schedule depending on weather and operational constraints.                                     (AB)

Multi-use for the PPJ? Surprise presentation at MRC plenary

Added: Thu, 09/22/2016 - 12:35pm

Allyson Beauregard and Lynne Lavery read more »

Amalgamation revisited in Fort-Coulonge and Mansfield

Added: Thu, 09/22/2016 - 12:34pm

Allyson Beauregard

FORT-COULONGE & MANSFIELD – A group of six citizens calling themselves the Comité des Citoyens Ouvert à la Fusion (CCOF) have recently circulated a
petition for residents in favour of amalgamating the two municipalities, with the goal of obtaining 1,000 signatures.  read more »