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  • West Nipissing Police Service weekly updateOn February 13th a Russell Street resident contacted the police to report a fraud. The complainant advised police that he had posted an ATV for sale of KIJIJI and that a prospective buyer contacted him and sent a cheque to pay for the vehicle. The buyer then contacted him and advised that the sum o
  • West Nipissing Police Service weekly updateOn February 10th, a Verner resident contacted the West Nipissing Police Service to report he was the victim of a fraud. The complainant indicated that his daughter’s laptop had frozen and a contact telephone number had appeared on the screen. The complainant called the telephone number and was ad
  • Lawsuit over Indigenous hunting and fishing rights argues treaty should go in the trashSuit wants Robinson-Huron Treaty declared invalid and Algonquin territory recognized A lawsuit filed on behalf of 40 Indigenous hunters and fishermen in the North Bay area could have wide reaching implications. It claims the Robinson-Huron Treaty of 1850, which covers much of northeastern Ontario,
  • Ontario Introduces New Easy-to-Understand Standard LeaseNew Mandatory Form Protects Tenants and Landlords Ontario is introducing a new, simple standard lease that will be mandatory for private residential leases signed on or after April 30, 2018, including tenancies in single and semi-detached houses, apartment buildings, rented condominiums and seconda
  • Former West Nipissing official pleads guilty to uttering forged documentsA former senior official with the Municipality of West Nipissing will serve a six-month conditional sentence after pleading guilty in North Bay court Friday to a charge of uttering forged documents Other charges against Marc Gagnon, including fraud over $5,000, breach of trust, fraud on government
  • Champlain Motel ruled uninhabitable, 10 to 12 people displacedAs many as a dozen people in West Nipissing have been displaced after municipal officials ordered the Champlain Motel be vacated. Jay Barbeau, West Nipissing’s chief administrative officer, said the building was order vacated due to its condition after officials conducted an onsite investigat
  • Gold explorer takes fresh look at an old mine north of Sturgeon FallsA Toronto gold explorer believes there are more ounces to be found at a former mine property in the Sudbury mining district. Conquest Resources announced Dec. 7 that it has acquired the former Golden Rose gold mine at Emerald Lake, an 85-kilometre drive north from Sturgeon Falls. The company said
  • MP Serré spreading Christmas cheer throughout Nickel Belt  MP Marc Serré is proud to keep Raymond Bonin’s tradition alive by waving at motorists and wishing them a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. NICKEL BELT/GREATER SUDBURY – Constituents of Nickel Belt-Greater Sudbury can expect warm Christmas Greetings this time of year as MP Serré waves
  • The Ontario Provincial Police will take over policing of West NipissingWest Nipissing council voted 6-3 Tuesday night to accept the OPP proposal that will see the West Nipissing Police Service disbanded. Three members of council had sought a referendum on the issue, but were overruled by the majority. Mayor Joanne Savage, at Tuesday night’s meeting, pushed for more
  • COMMUNITY POLICING SURVEY RESULTS RELEASED!!PRESS RELEASE The West Nipissing Police Services Board engaged a research group, Oraclepoll Research to poll the residents of West Nipissing with respect to the police costing process. The report was  presented to Municipal Council on December 5th 2017. In summary, survey results reveal mixed opin

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