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Counterfeit money collected by the OPP
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OPP in the Pembroke area collected some counterfeit currency during the Christmas holiday season. All business owners in East- ern Ontario are warned to take care when dealing with cash payments involving large amounts of money. The Upper Ottawa Valley OPP detach- ment has an ongoing investigation under way after OPP officers in the Pembroke area of Laurentian Valley Township collected a number of counterfeit $20 and $100 Cana- dian bank notes. Police found the phony money on five separate occasions during the period be- tween Dec. 16 and Dec. 26. The money was collected on the site of a business and in the parking lot. An OPP incident brief noted that these particular counterfeit bills all featured “dis- tinctive blue and/or pink Chinese writing on them.” At present the detachment has received no reports of anyone passing or trying to pass off counterfeit currency in the area. All business owners in the Laurentian Valley Township area and other parts of East- ern Ontario are warned to be careful when dealing with cash payments involving large amounts of money, and to make sure their staff are aware of this particular example of counterfeit currency.
La Police provinciale de l’Ontario a perçu lamonnaie canadienne contrefaite dans la région de Pembroke à lami-décembre. Tous les propriétaires d’entreprises dans l’Est de l’Ontario sont avertis de prendre des précautions lorsqu’ils doivent effectuer des paiements en espèces comportant de grosses sommes d’argent. —photo archives
Flood forecasting workshop The South Nation Conservation Authority (SNC) is working on updating its ability to forecast when potential flood situations may result in the South Nation River watershed region.The SNC will hold open house information sessions in February and invite residents in the rural areas east of Ottawa to provide feedback and comment on the current revised natural hazard maps for flood risk in their areas. These maps deal with the areas for Devine Creek from the Forced Road and Rockdale Road intersection to the Russland Road and Rockdale Road intersection, Marshall Séguin Creek from the Devine Road and Rockdale Road intersection to Rockdale Road at Highway 417, and Nelson Charlebois Creek from the Trim Road and Giroux Street intersec- tion to the Prescott-Russell Trail intersection on Frank Kenny Road. The open house is Feb. 8, 7 to 9 p.m., at Ecole élémentaire catholique Saint-Guillaume in the Village of Vars. More information on the open house is available at 1-877-984-2948, extension 223. – Gregg Chamberlain
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