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La Clinique du pied visée par des accusations


L’entreprise La Clinique du pied, et son président André Duchesneau, font face à 78 accusations reliées notamment à la pratique illégale de la médecine et de la podiatrie. Ce sont le Collège des médecins et l’Ordre des podiatres du Québec qui sont à l’origine de ces accusations. Les deux institutions de- mandent l’imposition d’amendes totalisant

un demi-million $. Sur les 30 cliniques exis- tantes, on en retrouve deux à Hawkesbury. « Mais nous ne pouvons pas porter des accusations spécifiquement envers ces cli- niques puisque nous n’avons pas juridiction en Ontario. Nos accusations portent sur la compagnie, en tant que telle, et quelques individus en particulier soit SimonMichaud, Joanie Lafrenière et Stéphane Deslauriers,

qui sont reliés à la pratique illégale de la médecine et de la podiatrie. Éventuelle- ment, les institutions qui ont le droit de le faire chez vous pourront porter d’autres accusations », a précisée Caroline Langis du Collège des médecins.

C’est une compagnie à numéro qui cha- peaute La Clinique du Pied. On reproche à M. Duchesneau d’avoir autorisé, encou- ragé, conseillé ou ordonné aux personnes nommées de poser des actes réservés aux deux professions demédecin et de podiatre.

Burglar proves a bit bold

A recent daylight robbery in Hawkesbury involved either a very bold or a very lucky burglar. The homeowner at a residence on Camer- on Street was outside working in the garden on Aug. 10, when someone broke into the home and rummaged around inside before leaving with several items. Among the stolen goods are a quilt with great sentimental value to the homeowner, an undisclosed amount of money, some jewelry, which includes a wedding ring, and some medications. Anyone with information about the break-in can call Const. MathieuDesjardins at the Hawkesbury detachment at 613-632- 2729 or toll-free at 1 888 310-1122, or call the CrimeStoppers confidential tips line at 1 800 222-8477. Stolen gasoline Sometime overnight, between Aug. 8 and 9, a business was burgled on County Road 17 in Champlain Township. Entry was through the front gate of the property. Some impact air guns were taken from a garage on the property. Also stolen was

about $3000 worth of gasoline pumped out of the fuel tanks on site. Anyone with information about the case can call the Hawkesbury OPP detachment or the CrimeStoppers toll-free confidential tips line. Chip stand break-in Someone hungry for food or cash tried to break into a roadside chip stand in Alfred- Plantagenet Township on Aug. 9. Police called to the scene found pry marks on the door but there was no sign that whoever was responsible hadmanaged to get inside. Bathroom window entry A burglar came in through the bathroom window, Aug. 9, at a home on Allen Road in Champlain Township. OPP incident report states that a bedroomwas ransacked during the burglary and the culprit left with two laptop computers and some jewelry. Anyone with information about the case can call Const. Simon Boudreau at the Hawkesbury OPP detachment at 613 632- 2729 or the CrimeStoppers toll-free confi- dential tips line at 1 800 222-8477.

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Burglars steal collectibles Certain collectible items were part of the haul in two recent burglaries in Prescott County.A number of oil lamps and some antique dining ware were taken from a home in East Hawkesbury Township during a break-in in July. The OPP incident report noted that the entry method is not known yet but once inside the burglar or burglars then collected the oil lamps and dining ware and left.Total value estimate for the items is more than $5000.Anyone who hears or reads about anyone trying to sell rare oil lamps or antique dining ware is asked to call the Hawkesbury OPP at 613 632-2729 or the CrimeStoppers toll-free confidential tips line at 1 800 222-8477. The Hawkesbury OPP also have another burglary case from July where collectibles were part of the haul. A house on James Street in Hawkesbury was burgled sometime between noon and 9:30 p.m., July 24. Entry was through a back window, where police found a window screen out of place. Two Samsung blu-ray DVD players and many blu-ray DVDs were stolen.Also stolen were a large number of hockey cards. This case is still under investigation and anyone with information can call either the Hawkesbury OPP detachment or the CrimeStoppers tips line.





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