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&/#3&'r#3*&'4 CENTRE D’INFORMATION POUR L’USINE D’ÉPURATION DES EAUX USÉES La Cité de Clarence-Rockland entre- prend un projet de modernisation à la station numéro 1 de l’usine d’épuration des eaux usées. Ces travaux visent à améliorer le contrôle des odeurs par l’augmentation du dégrillage et dessablage. Les travaux d’évaluation du site et le design pré- liminaire sont commencés et seront complétés d’ici la fin de l’automne 2018. La Ville organise donc une soirée d’information publique afin de présenter le projet. Celle-ci se tiendra le 1er novembre prochain, de 18 h à 20 h, à la salle du conseil, au 415, rue Lemay à Clarence-Creek. – Fran- cis Racine

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) wants to reassure residents when it comes to officers and marijuana. “Our policy remains; all members must report to work fit for duty,” explained OPP Commissioner Vince Hawkes. “The health and well-being of all our members enables the OPP to continuously provide effective support to our communities.” As a safety-sensitive workplace, all OPP members must report to work fit for duty. A member is fit for duty when they are in a physical, mental and emotional state that allows the individual to perform assigned duties competently and in a manner that does not compromise or threaten the safety or health of that individual or others, the environment, or OPP property.

Reporting to work fit for duty requires a member be without limitations resulting from, but not limited to, all drugs (including cannabis, over-the-counter and prescription medication) and/or alcohol. If a member has accommodation needs, the OPP will continue to review such accommodation requests and needs in accordance with the Ontario Public Service’s Disability Accommodation Policy and the Ontario Human Rights Code.— EAP newsroom À la suite de la légalisation du cannabis, les membres de la Police provinciale de l’Ontario devront toujours se présenter au travail, aptes au service. &/#3&'r#3*&'4 ZEBRA MUSSEL WARNING Local boaters and canoeists taking trips along the Rideau Canal or on the Rideau River itself will need to check the bottoms of their vessels for zebra mussels. Results released from a 26-year study of the Rideau River system show the invasive species has “taken over” the system, which is ideal for zebra mussel growth. There a few isolated areas left in the Rideau River where native mussel species still thrive. Anyone boating the Rideau River should clean the bottoms of their vessels thoroughly to prevent the spread of zebra mussels to other river and lake systems. – Gregg Chamberlain LOCAL DOCTOR NOMINATED PRESTIGEOUS AWARD Clarence-Rockland municipal council recently nominated local doctor Steve Pelletier for the College of Physician and Surgeons of Ontario Council Award. Dr. Pelletier practises within the Clarence-Rockland Family Health Team. The criteria for selecting a physician for the Council Award are based on the eight phy- sician roles identified by Educating Future Physicians of Ontario in 1993. These roles reflect society’s many needs and expectations and outlines an archetype of the ideal physician. – Francis Racine


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