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ATV safety reminder from OPP Now that spring is here for sure, many ou- tdoor rec enthusiasts have stowed away their snowmobiles and taken to the trails on their ATVs. The OPP in Prescott-Russell remind ATV riders about mandatory safety regulations they need to follow to avoid accidents and problems with the police. First rule for riders is to wear a helmet at all times when on the ATV trails or when riding on sections of public highways which allow for ATVs. Police also warn that ATVs are meant as single-person vehicles and passengers are not allowed on the machines if they are driving along public roads. Any ATV on a highway must follow the designated speed limits for an off-roadma- chine. If the posted speed limit is 50 kph, then the ATV top speed limit is 20 kph. If the posted limit is more than 50 kph, then the top speed allowed for an ATV is 50 kph. ATVs must have working head lights and tail lights and theymust be turned on when riding, even during daytime. When on a public road, an ATV rider must obey all traffic rules, including using a proper turn signal, whether an automatic turn light or a hand signal. All ATV models manufactured since 1998must have working brake lights. Only four-wheeled ATVs with steering handle bars are allowed on designated pu- blic roadways and only on the road shoulder if it exists. Tri-wheel ATVs are restricted to trail use. ATVs must have off-road vehicle licence plates and riders must have at least a G2 or M2 licence to ride on a public road. See for more ATV roadway regulations. Off-road vehicle riders, whether on an ATV, a dirt bike, an Argo, Rhino, Gator, Mule or other type of vehicle, are subject to charges for drinking and riding.

tion tomanaging his own legal firm. He has vast legal experience in the fields of labour standards management and collective agree- ments. His appointment as the newHR director results of an administrative review of 32 applications for the position followed by short-list interviews. “The UCPR administration is very pleased with the hiring of Mr. Pierre Gauthier,” stated Stéphane Parisien, UCPR chief administra- tor, “and we look forward to working with him in the near future. He will surely become an asset for our senior management team.” Gauthier’s appointment takes effect June 13. He will manage a team responsible for UCPR staffing along with employee training, payroll services, labour relations, and occu- pational health and safety measures.

The counties have gone local for hiring a new human resources director. Pierre B. Gauthier is the new human re- sources director of the United Counties of Prescott-Russell (UCPR). His appointment was approved during the April 27 regular session of counties council. “On behalf of the United Counties of Prescott and Russell, I wish to welcomeMr. Gauthier as our new human resources direc- tor,” statedWarden Guy Desjardins. “We are confident that his years of experience as a lawyer, as well as in the field of labour rela- tions, will make himan excellent employee of the senior management team.” Gauthier, a L’Orignal resident, has been a private practice lawyer operating out of Hawkesbury for the past 25 years, in addi-

Warden Guy Desjardins (right) welcomes Pierre B. Gauthier as the new human resources director for the counties. —photo UCPR

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