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CALLING ALL FOODIES - TASTE AND BUY EVENT IN ALMONTE WEDNESDAY
11/21/2017 5:44:37 PM
Savvy foodies, loosen your belts for the Outstanding in their Fields Taste & Buy event, coming to Almonte for the first time ever. You won't be duplicating anyone else's gift list, with a superb selection of choices not found on LCBO or grocery store shelves.

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MAN SUFFERS MAJOR INJURIES IN ATV CRASH
11/21/2017 5:43:00 PM
A 48 year old Mississippi Mills man has been seriously hurt in an ATV crash in Lanark Highlands. Lanark County OPP say the crash happened after 7 o'clock Friday night on California Road. The man was unconscious when ambulance responded.

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THIEVES TARGET BOAT LAUNCHES
11/21/2017 5:34:39 PM
Thefts from vehicles parked at boat launches are the flavour of the month.

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CROWN CLOSING STATEMENT MADE AT TRIPLE MURDER TRIAL
11/21/2017 4:30:31 PM
The Crown has delivered its closing statement in the trial of an Ottawa Valley man accused of killing three women. Sixty-year-old Basil Borutski is on trial for first-degree murder in the deaths of Carol Culleton, Anastasia Kuzyk and Nathalie Warmerdam in 2015.

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ARNPRIOR MAN CHARGED AFTER OPP RESPOND TO REPORT OF SHOTS FIRED
11/21/2017 8:50:02 AM
An Arnprior man is facing several firearm and driving related charges. OPP say they responded to reports of a man with a shotgun in a parking lot in Carleton Place early Friday (Nov 17) morning.

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JUDGE RULES MAYOR AND COUNCILLOR WERE NOT DEFAMED
11/21/2017 8:40:15 AM
A behind-the-scenes scuffle between some members of Mississippi Mills Council and a public critic of a decision on parkland has resulted in due process-- and a legal decision quashing arguments by Mayor Shaun McLaughlan and Councillor John Edwards that their personal...

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ITEM TURNS UP SOME DISTANCE AWAY
11/20/2017 5:07:28 PM
A car wash money dispenser stolen in Arnprior on September 24 has now been recovered. The machine was stolen during overnight hours from the TA Touchless Car Wash.

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PROPOSED NEW STREET NAME DEFERRED
11/20/2017 4:52:54 PM
The Township of McNab-Braeside has its new Street Naming Policy-- but the first road in need of a new street sign doesn't qualify.

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ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL MOVEMBER CLASSIC
11/20/2017 4:39:58 PM
More than 4500 dollars for men's health initatives. Thirty members of paddling community came together once again to raise money for Movember.

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STUDENTS TO GET NEW CALENDAR TUESDAY
11/20/2017 4:11:51 PM
The Wynne government has passed a back-to-work ending the Ontario colleges strike that began on October 15th. The legislation was approved Sunday in a special sitting of the Provincial legislature.

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ALGONQUIN STUDENTS PREPARE TO GO BACK TO CLASS
11/20/2017 7:53:01 AM
It's not the outcome they wanted but it was the result they predicted. Thousands of professors, instructors, counsellors and librarians have been legislated back to work and College classes are expected to resume tomorrow (Tuesday).

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MCNAB BRAESIDE MAYOR SAYS POT STORES FOR SMALLER MUNICIPALITIES A WHILE OFF
11/20/2017 7:41:03 AM
We're getting ever-closer to the time when recreational use of marijuana becomes legal in Canada. The Liberal government has said its election promise of legalizing pot will be kept for Canada Day of 2018.

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RENFREW COUNTY HOME SALES DOWN IN OCTOBER
11/20/2017 7:30:31 AM
It's becoming a buyer's market, or so say the stats from the Renfrew County Real Estate Board. Using statistics from the MLS multiple listing service, the board says home sales numbered 98 units in October 2017, a decrease of 20.3% from October 2016.

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LOCATION OF SENS RINK STILL NOT CLEAR
11/20/2017 7:28:45 AM
While Winter will soon be upon us, details need to be cemented before we can report further progress on an Arnprior location for the proposed outdoor Ottawa Senators rink.

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COLLEGES WILL BE OPEN FOR BUSINESS THIS WEEK
11/19/2017 5:34:57 PM
Ontario has passed back-to-work legislation, ending a five-week college strike. It paves the way for students to return to class, probably on Tuesday.

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BILL 148 COULD COST RENFREW COUNTY HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS
11/18/2017 3:09:35 PM
Bill 148, the document that says minimum wage is going up to $15 per hour continues to make headlines. In our latest update, we find out how the increase will effect County of Renfrew staffing.

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FUN ON THE OTTAWA TO RAISE MONEY FOR MEN'S HEALTH INITIATIVES
11/17/2017 4:29:08 PM
If you love to race white water, don your best moustache and grab your paddle. The paddling community is coming together once again to raise money for men's health.

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TWO MEN FACING ALCOHOL RELATED CHARGES
11/17/2017 4:19:51 PM
Call a cab. Drinking and driving just isn't worth it, a lesson two men learned recently. According to the Renfrew OPP, they laid charges of impaired driving in two separate incidents on Remembrance Day.

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COLLEGE STRIKE STILL ON AS NDP BLOCK LEGISLATION ONCE AGAIN
11/17/2017 3:56:48 PM
Premier Kathleen Wynne is vowing to do what it takes to get college students back to class next week.

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KANATA MAN FACES CHILD PORNOGRAPHY RELATED CHARGES
11/17/2017 9:21:47 AM
If one is suspected of uploading child porn, a dedicated IP address is a dead giveaway. A 51 year-old Kanata man learned that lesson first-hand, when Ottawa Police came calling.

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ZACHARY WITTKE TO RETURN TO BAIL COURT AT THE END OF THE MONTH
11/17/2017 9:12:38 AM
Zachary Wittke once again appeared in Pembroke bail court. He appeared via video link on Wednesday (Nov 15) and was scheduled to appear at the end of the month.

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EAST COAST MUSICIAN BRINGS HIS TALENT TO THE VALLEY
11/17/2017 9:01:06 AM
A new PEI indie-folk artist is bringing his unique sound to the Ottawa Valley this week. Belle River's Dylan Menzie kicks-off his solo Ontario tour at the NAC in Ottawa, following a visit to Australia for music week and being on-tour as an opening act.

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SNOW AND FREEZING RAIN HEADED OUR WAY - ENVIRONMENT CANADA
11/17/2017 8:52:21 AM
The Upper Ottawa Valley could be hit with it's first blast of winter this weekend.

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COLLEGE STUDENT ALLIANCE WEIGHS IN ON STRIKE AFTER NDP BLOCKS BACK TO WORK LEGISLATION
11/17/2017 5:49:44 AM
College students won't be back in classrooms as soon as they may have hoped.

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HIGHWAY 17 REOPENED AFTER EARLIER CRASH
11/16/2017 9:52:55 PM
Highway 17 has reopened after being closed a couple hours late this afternoon-early evening. The accident involved a dump truck and a car and occured near the intersection with Storyland Road. It's not clear what the extent of injuries are yet.

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HIGHWAY 17 CLOSED AT STORYLAND ROAD DUE TO COLLISION
11/16/2017 6:57:14 PM
You may want to avoid Highway 17 on your drive home. The Ontario Provincial Police's Twitter account has confirmed that an accident on 17 has closed off the highway at Storyland Road after a two vehicle collision.

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NDP BLOCKS LEGISLATION TO END COLLEGE STRIKE
11/16/2017 6:55:05 PM
Ontario's New Democrats have blocked an attempt by the Liberal government to table back-to-work legislation today to end a nearly five-week strike by college faculty.

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DWELLING DEMOLISHED AFTER BLAZE
11/16/2017 6:10:29 PM
A mid day blaze yesterday, at a home near the Madawaska Valley Township office completely distroyed the home. CAO for the municipality, Doug Robertson breaks down what happened leading up to the fire department being called.

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WEATHER STATEMENT ISSUED
11/16/2017 6:00:02 PM
It's going to get messy on Saturday. Environment Canada is tracking a low pressure system moving across Southern Ontario which could result in wet weather for the Valley.

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WEATHER STATEMENT ISSUED
11/16/2017 5:37:24 PM
It's going to get messy on Saturday. Environment Canada is tracking a low pressure system moving across Southern Ontario which could result in wet weather for the Valley.

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NEW ROUTE AVOIDS ARTILLERY RANGE
11/16/2017 5:25:41 PM
You may think this is a no-brainer, but there's an effort underway to negotiate a land swap so that the Algonquin Trail doesn't run through the Garrison Petawawa Artillery Range.

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BACK TO THE BARGAINING TABLE
11/16/2017 5:14:18 PM
It's back to the bargaining table for striking Ontario College faculty and the Employer Council.

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COGECO WEBSITE CONFIRMS TV, PHONE AND INTERNET OUTAGES ACROSS THE VALLEY
11/16/2017 10:00:36 AM
If you're a customer of Cogeco, you may be experiencing issues with your phone, cable and internet. A listener just informed us those services are currently unavailable in Renfrew, Arnprior and Petawawa.

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JENNIFER MURPHY ACCLAIMED AS COUNTY WARDEN
11/16/2017 9:14:45 AM
Renfrew County Warden Jennifer Murphy is back for a second term at the upper-tier helm. Murphy, who is also the Mayor of Bonnechere Valley Township won her mandate by acclamation, as no other County Council member chose to stand against her.

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HORTON YOUTH CHARGED WITH MURDER RETURNS TO COURT TOMORROW
11/16/2017 9:05:36 AM
The trial of a seventeen year-old Horton youth on second-degree murder charges resumes Friday (November 17th).

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VERDICT IN BORUTSKI MURDER TRIAL COULD BE HANDED OUT AS EARLY AS MONDAY
11/16/2017 8:56:33 AM
A verdict in the Basil Borutski triple murder trial could be rendered as early as Monday. The case, which was expected to last 17 weeks, wrapped up quickly due largely in part to the silence of the defendent who represented himself during the trial.

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POLICE HUNT FOR POPPY MONEY THIEVES
11/16/2017 7:00:42 AM
Upper Ottawa Valley OPP are investigating after money was stolen from poppy sales boxes at two Mac's Convenience stores in the City of Pembroke.

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POPULAR FIGURE RETIRES AFTER 35 YEARS
11/15/2017 1:42:45 PM
He's well-known both in Arnprior, and for his role in putting the Town on the map. Glenn Arthur is retiring as Recreation Director after a lengthy career of fitting activities within facilities.

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NATSIS WANTS CONVICTION OVER TURNED OR A NEW TRIAL - APPEAL RULING TO COME AT A LATER DATE
11/15/2017 8:59:09 AM
Pembroke dentist Dr. Christy Natsis has had another day in court, and depending on an Appeals Court judge's ruling, they may do the whole trial all over again.

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PROVINCE BACK PEDDLES ON ON CALL WAGES ACCORDING TO ARNPRIOR MAYOR
11/15/2017 8:47:12 AM
Hold the phone! It appears Queen's Park has heard Ontario's 440 municipalities squalking in unison.

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THE KETTLE CAMPAIGN HAS BEGUN - VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
11/15/2017 8:37:08 AM
It's that time of year that you're about to see Salvation Army Christmas Kettles out at local businesses again. Leading up to the holidays, the Salvation Army fundraises to help families in need, but they need more help.

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CPAN'S SNOWFLAKE GALA FESTIVAL OF TREES IS THIS WEEKEND
11/15/2017 8:05:50 AM
The Child Poverty Action Network's Snowflake Gala, a.k.a the CPAN Festival of Trees takes place (Saturday November 18th) in Petawawa. CPAN's Lyn Smith says the activity is the principal fundraiser to assist with her group's good work year-round.

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MUSICAL WITH DANCING FOSSILS AND SINGING BELUGAS HITS ALMONTE OLD TOWN HALL STARTING TONIGHT
11/15/2017 8:01:50 AM
A Peak at Pakenham takes the stage at the Almonte Old Town Hall beginning today (Wednesday). The initiative is a musical, composed by Fern Martin. The playwright tells Oldies 107.7 she's crammed a billion years of history into the two-act production.

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