Local D-Day show of force
It was also alleged that between May 13 and May 30, he attended her previous resi- dence. Police were contacted and an investigation followed. He was charged with two counts of crimi- nal harassment and held in custody until court the following day. His name was not released as it would identify the victim. Arrested for theft Cody Lacelle, 19 of Cornwall and a 16- year-old Cornwall youth were arrested on June 5 after is alleged that they at- tended a Ninth Street business and re- moved property without making any attempt to pay for the item. They were detained by the store’s loss pre- vention officer and turned over to a mem- ber of the Cornwall Community Police Service Patrol Division. They were both charged with Theft under $5,000. The 16-year-old youth was released to an adult to appear in court on July 12.Lacelle was released to appear on July 17. The youth’s name was not released as per provision under the Youth Criminal Justice Act. What’s your name? A 12-year-old Cornwall youth who missed is curfew found himself in further trouble when he gave police a false name on June 5. The youth was bound by undertaking with to not be away from his residence between the hours of 7 p.m. and 7 a.m. ex- cept when accompanied by specific adults. It is alleged that June 5, shortly after 8 p.m. the youth provided a false name to police. Further investigation revealed the youth’s true identity. He was charged with personation and Breach of Undertaking. He was held in custody until court the fol- lowing day. His name was not released as per provi- sion under the Youth Criminal Justice Act. Mischief On June 5, at approximately 1 a.m., SD&G OPP officers responded to a report of a mis- chief on Second Street in Morrisburg. The investigation revealed that unknown suspect(s) attended the public school and smashed a window on the east side. Crime: continued
Cornwall Veterans Support Group joins forces with Advocacy Group By Katina Diep Denis Labbé and Steve Forrest of the Cornwall Veterans Support Group joined forces with the Canadian Veterans Advo- cacy group on Parliament Hill last Wednesday, on the 68th anniversary of D-Day, to raise awareness on Post Trau- matic Stress Disorder and other disabili- ties. Veterans from all over the province gath- ered to protest the lack of funds for treat- ment of physical and psychological disabilities. Labbé, the founder of the Cornwall Veter- ans Support Group and a former military involved in the forces health unit, has made it his mission to participate in such events
in support of veter- ans from different missions and differ- ent wars. “I came to com- memorate the 68th D-Day and to protest the closing of the Ste- Anne-de-Bellevue Hospital,” said Labbé. According to vari- ous reports, Ste- Anne-de-Bellevue, near Montreal, the
“Any support group, in Cornwall or anywhere else, is good news.” MP Peter Stoffer Veterans affairs critic for the federal New Democratic Party
only hospital to provide treatment to war veterans, will be transformed into a long- term-care facility by 2013. “Today is about getting acquainted. We’re all together with the Canadian (Vet- erans) Advocacy group. It’s important to network, to reach out to all veterans,” said Forrest. “If you don’t get out of Cornwall, you don’t know what others are doing. Today we’re getting information… a fresh look upon things,” added Forrest. MP Peter Stoffer, veterans affairs critic for
Photo by Katina Diep Denis Labbé, founder of the Cornwall Veterans Support Group, carries a poster that sends a clear message during a D-Day demonstration on Parliament Hill in Ottawa last week.
the New Democratic Party, stressed the im- portance of such gatherings among veter- ans. “Anytime various people get together, that is a very good thing,” he said. As for the recent creation of Cornwall’s support group, Stoffer encourages the ini- tiative. “Any support group, in Cornwall or any-
where else, is good news.” Upcoming meetings for the Cornwall Vet- erans Support Group will take place at the Canadian Mental Health Association, lo- cated on Pitt Street, the first and third Thursday of the month. Veterans and fam- ily members are welcome to attend. email@example.com
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of CORNWALL COMMUNITY HOSPITAL Thursday, June 21, 2012, 7:00 p.m. NavCentre, Robert Thirsk Room 1950 Montreal Road, Cornwall The agenda will include reports from the Board Chair and Chief ExecuƟve Officer, the Chief of Staff, and the Auditors, as well as elecƟon of Directors, appointment of Auditors and By-law Amendments.
ASSEMBLÉE ANNUELLE de l’HÔPITAL COMMUNAUTAIRE DE CORNWALL le jeudi 21 juin 2012, 19 h Centre Nav, Salle Robert Thirsk 1950, chemin Montréal, Cornwall L’ordre du jour comprendra les rapports du président du Conseil et de la directrice générale, du médecin-chef, et des vérificateurs, de même que l’élection des membres du conseil d’administration, la nomination des vérificateurs et la modification des règlements.
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