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750 positions available at the job fair

Preparation is well under way for the 5 th edition of the Employment Services Centre (CSEPR) job fair, which will be held March 19 at École secondaire catholique régionale de Hawkesbury. The Employment Services Center announcedThursday that employers at the fair will havemore than 750 positions available in the region for job seekers. “Again this year, we are pleased to offer

the population of Prescott-Russell and surrounding areas a large amount of jobs in very diversified industries,” said André Roy, executive director CSEPR. “Job seekers can discover employers who will be present, along with the positions they have to fill, through their employer card on the Job Fair website. And, to better prepare oneself for the fair, the Centre reminds local job seekers that

its employment counsellors and resource centers are available to support them in their preparation. One simply needs to come at our offices and ask for the necessary help,” added Roy. “Again this year, we can proudly say that the CSEPR Job Fair is a must for any job seeker or anyone who wants a better job. We are sending an invitation for all to come and network with employers, and apply for

the positions they have to offer,” concluded Mr. Roy. Industries represented at the CSEPR Job Fair this year include, among others, manufacturing, sales and customer service, finance, education, health care and government. As for positions available, they are diversified and include recruiting of police officers, nurses, personal support workers, caseworkers and specialized and early childhood educators. On the professional level, positions include sales and customer service representatives, financial advisors, accountants, receptionists and different types of agents. Specialized trades are also needed with the search for tinsmiths, welders, plasterers, estimators, technicians, carpenters, millwrights and cooks. Broader positions include laborers, general workers, machine operators, along with clerks and attendants. All jobs offered at the fair can be seen on the employer cards located on the fair’s website at The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Hawkesbury resident arrested after meth lab discovered DIANE HUNTER Thirty-six-year-old Jeffrey Ouimet was arrested last February 24 after authorities cracked down on a meth lab on Jacynthe Street in Hawkesbury. As a result of a warrant, authorities seized methamphetamine tablets, cannabis marihuana, chemicals and equipment commonly utilized in the production of controlled substances. The lab was dismantled and Ouimet, of Hawkesbury, was charged under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act with Possession of anything for use in, production of/trafficking in, Schedule 1 or Schedule III substance; Possession of a Schedule I Substance – Methamphetamine; and Possession of a Schedule II substance- Cannabis Marihuana - under 30 grams. Ouimet was not released and kept for a bail hearing at L’Orignal court. The accused was released on February 26 on a Recognizance of Bail pending his next court date scheduled on March 30 at L’Orignal court. Hawkesbury and Prescott-Russell paramedics along with the Hawkesbury Fire Department were on high alert in case the situation became volatile. An artisan laboratory with chemicals is a risk for explosions and the authorities did not want to take risks in a residential area. Hawkesbury firefighters were informed of the details of the situation just a fewminutes before the warrant was executed. The warrant was executed by members of the Drug Enforcement Unit (DEU), Community Drug Action Team (CDAT), and the OPP Hawkesbury Crime Unit, assisted by the Clandestine Laboratory Investigative Response Team (CLIRT) executed a Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA) Search Warrant.





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