Criminals have stolen
stained glass windows
from two Argenteuil
Ross MacGillvray, of Dalkeith, was recognized at the recent Ontario Plowmen’s
Association’s centennial awards presentation for his long-time involvement in the
International PlowingMatch, where he competed from1983 to 1999 and has been a judge
since 2000. (From left) Richard Sauvé, 2011 IPM organizing committee member,
Ross MacGillvray, Prescott County Queen of the Furrows Courtney Connors, IPM
The Sûreté du Québec
de la MRC d’Argenteuil
Water level updates
investigating thefts of
Be wary of
stained glass windows
Updates on Ottawa River levels are
from two area churches.
available through a toll-free number and
an Internet page.
Mary 27 and March 29,
The Ontario Provincial Police Rural
Residents can get information on the
crooks lifted 14 stained
Agricultural Crime Team is warning
glass windows from St.
business and home owners of a large
freshet through a toll-free, 24-hour
increase in copper thefts.
automated telephone service and web site
Since September 2010, the O.P.P. in
which provides advance warning of flood
Principale, Grenville. The
eastern Ontario has investigated 40
risks. People can dial 1-800-778-1246 to
thieves also took an eagle-
incidents involving the theft of rolls of
receive an Englishmessage and 1-800-778-
shaped copper lectern. In
copper, copper wiring and copper pipes.
1243 for a message in French. This
the second break-in,
TheO.P.P. encourages everyone to take
information is also available at http://
www.ottawariver.ca. Information is given
work from St. Paul’s
and buildings. Anyone with information
for levels at Lake Timiskaming, Mattawa,
Anglican Church in
Pembroke, Lake Coulonge, Chats Lake,
Dunany between April 3
Ottawa (Britannia wharf), Gatineau (Hull
and April 6.
wharf), Grenville and Maniwaki.
Dans le cadre de la Semaine internationale des apprenants adultes, le Centre d’éducation et de formation de l’Est ontarien désire remercier tous ses élèves pour la confiance accordée ! In celebration of the International Adult Learners’ Week, the Eastern Ontario Education and Training Centre would like to thank all of their students for the confidence you have entrusted in us.
to Karine Morris of Hawkesbury
for winning the concert tickets.
This contest was published in our newspaper on March 25, 2011.
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