Harassed all the way to his grave

Harassed all the way to his grave

—  23 juin

Presumed Nazi war criminal Vladimir Katriuk will have been the victim of harassment from Vladimir Putin’s Russian government which recently wanted to extradite the Ormstown resident even though he had twice been exonerated…

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Local Swimmers Take Medals at the Special Olympic Provincial

Local Swimmers Take Medals at the Special Olympic Provincial

—  23 juin

Four local swimmers shine bright at the Special Olympic Provincial Competition in Pierrefonds, on June 6th. Locals Meghan Condie, Cindy Lou Scott, Stéphanie Latreille and Francesca C. Vachon are triumphant after participating…

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Sad ending for a hunted man

Sad ending for a hunted man

—  23 juin

On May 17, 2007, after a dozen years of judicial proceedings, the Canadian Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration rendered a decision in favour of Vladimir Katriuk in order that he remain a full-fledged citizen of the country.…

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Cougar Attack on Horse in Hinchinbrooke

Cougar Attack on Horse in Hinchinbrooke

—  20 juin

On Tuesday, June 16th, a horse in Hinchinbrooke was attacked by a cougar at 3:30 the afternoon. The owner, local Helene Richer, spotted the feline after it had attacked her animal, claiming that the animal was “very, very…

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Anne Minh-Thu Quach confident as elections approach

Anne Minh-Thu Quach confident as elections approach

—  18 juin

A few months away from the federal elections, Beauharnois-Salaberry MP Ann Minh-Thu Quach believes more than ever that it is possible that the New Democratic Party (NDP) will form the next government. According to the MP,…

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Billette Delighted With Bill Improving Legal Situation of Animals

Billette Delighted With Bill Improving Legal Situation of Animals

—  18 juin

The member for Huntingdon and chief government whip, Stéphane Billette, is delighted that the government has introduced Bill no 54, which will improve the legal situation of animals. In fact, Bill no 54 was introduced in…

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Claude DeBellefeuille confirmed as Bloc candidate

Claude DeBellefeuille confirmed as Bloc candidate

—  18 juin

It was an emotional Claude DeBellefeuille who was officially designated the Bloc Quebecois candidate for Salaberry-Suroit on Sunday, June 14 in Valleyfield, in the presence of her leader Gilles Duceppe, from whom she had…

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The Iroquian village celebrates 15 years

The Iroquian village celebrates 15 years

—  18 juin

While the Truth and Reconciliation Commission on Indian Residential Schools unveiled its report last week, the Droulers /Tsiionhiakwatha appears as a cautionary example of the desirable cooperation with indigenous peoples.…

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Ormstown has eighth-worst road in province

Ormstown has eighth-worst road in province

—  17 juin

The Chateauguay River Road in Ormstown occupies the eighth spot on the list published on June 2 by CAA-Quebec containing the worst roads in the province, a process for which the enterprise registered nearly 5,000 votes from…

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Photography, “a passion and a hobby”

Photography, “a passion and a hobby”

—  17 juin

“They were my pride and joy from that program,” Stephanie Leduc says as she glances over at her photographs that now line the exhibit space at the Little Green Library. Photographs which she sheepishly admits have been…

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