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UCPR supports VIA Rail project June 28 session to a resolution of support for VIA Rail’s proposed High-Frequency Train project which the transport outfit has presented to the federal government. The plan proposes increasing the amount of passenger commuter train traffic along the Windsor-Québec Corridor, with connection options for other systems such as urban light-rail transit and small local railways. The project, if it goes ahead, could increase

commuter passenger rail links with both large urban and small rural communities. The UCPR’s support resolution calls on the federal government to provide financing aid for the project and also urges the Ontario government to include the project on its list of high-priority infrastructure improvement projects for the province. VIA Rail propose un nouveau projet de train à haute fréquence pour le corridor Windsor-Québec qui pourrait signifier une augmentation du trafic de banlieue interurbain pour le Sud et l’Est de l’Ontario.


A plan of VIARail for increasing the amount of commuter train traffic in SouthernOnta- rio has the eager support of Prescott-Rus- sell’s mayors. The United Counties of Prescott-Russell (UCPR) gave unanimous support during its

Grisly weekend discovery

OPP in Russell County have a delicate case to deal with from the Canada Day long weekend. At about 2:30 p.m. Sunday afternoon, the county detachment received a call about a body seen on the shoulder of the westbound

OPP Unmanned Aerial Unit, and the Crime Unit conducted on-site inspections. Police have identified the deceased as a 34-year-old Ottawa woman but her name is withheld pending notification of next of kin. So far the investigation has determined the woman was struck by a passing vehicle. The closed sec- tion of Highway 417 reopened to full traffic flow just after midnight on July 3. Investigation conti- nues and anyone who has information that might aid police can call the OPP toll-free at 1-888-310-1122 or the CrimeStoppers confidential tips hotline at 1-800-222-8477.


Le samedi 8 juillet 2017 Aire de conservation Jessup’s Falls (6675, Route 17, à l’ouest de Plantagenet) 10 h à 14 h Pour vous inscrire: 1-877-984-2948, poste 370

lane for Highway 417. The caller reported the remains were near the 88 Mile marker along the highway. The westbound section of the highway between the Mile 88 marker and the Mile 79 on-ramp was closed off with temporary detours for traffic set up, while

La Police provinciale du comté de Russell enquête sur un cas de délit de fuite causant la mort, depuis le weekend de la fête du Canada, le 1er juillet. Le corps d’une femme de 34 ans d’Ottawa a été retrouvé près de la borne de kilométrage 88 de l’autoroute 417, dimanche après- midi. Les recherches se poursuivent.


Saturday, July 8, 2017 Jessup’s Falls Conservation Area (6675 Highway 17, West of Plantagenet) 10 A.M. to 2 P.M. To register: 1-877-984-2948, ext. 370

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