De nouvelles découvertes à L’Héritage

ACFO - Centre C-E Claude - 146 Chevrier TAS Convenience Store - 1001 Montreal Rd Food Basics - 1315 Second East No Frills - Eastcourt Mall 711 MAX - 472 Leitch Drive FreshCo - 525 - 9th East Jean Coutu Pharmacy - 5 - 9th East OLCO - 18267 Cty Rd. 2, Glen Walter Shopper’s Drug Mart - Cornwall Square Lotto Centre - Cornwall Square MacEwen C-Store - Second W. & York Short Line Convenience & Video Store - 1300 Second West A-Z Convenience Store - 340 - 4th West Pop Shoppe - 101 Emma C-Store/MacEwen Gas Bar - 5756 Hwy 138 Mitchell’s Variety - 3034 Pitt Mac’s Convenience Store - 1292 Pitt Desjardins Caisse populaire - 840 Pitt Carl’s Smoke Shop - 272 Pitt Food Basics - 960 Brookdale Benson Centre - 800 - 7th West Giant Tiger - 609 Pitt Mac’s Convenience Store - 439 - 13th West disponible Est aux endroits suivants : at these fine places: Is available

Les élèves de la septième et de la huitième année de l’École secondaire publique L’Héritage étaient engagés et avaient hâte de faire part de leurs nouvelles découvertes, lors de la foire scientifique, qui avaient lieu le 10 février dernier. Ils ont aussi appris que leurs hypothèses sont parfois fausses et qu’il y a toujours place à l’amélioration. — photo fournie Cornwall’s drinking water deemed perfect

For the ninth straight year, the City of Cornwall’s drinking water system has scored a perfect inspection rating from the Ontario Ministry of Environment and Climate Change. The inspection focused primarily on water purification plant treatment processes, drinking water treatment and distribution operator training and certification, water quality monitoring, instrumentation and device calibration, data logging and reporting and evaluating conformance with ministry drinking water related policies and guidelines. “We continuously monitor our drinking water to ensure that residents and businesses have access to a safe source of water,” said Owen O’Keefe, Water Purification Plant supervisor. “Residents can take pride in knowing the quality of their drinking water is second to none.” Lake St. Lawrence is the primary source of Cornwall’s drinking water and is drawn from above the R.H. Saunders Power Generating Station on Second Street West. — supplied photo



The Journal Cornwall


Wednesday, February 15, 2017

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