MPP YAKABUSKI NAMED OPPOSITION'S CRITIC FOR LABOUR AND TRAINING
2/21/2017 7:05:31 AM
A new appointment for our local MPP. John Yakabuski has been appointed the Official Opposition's Critic for Labour and Training. Yakabuski says it's a big responsibility.

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SEARCH OF PEMBROKE HOME RESULTS IN DRUG RELATED CHARGES
2/21/2017 6:57:45 AM
It was a Valentine's Day to forget for two Pembroke residents. According to the OPP, a search warrant was executed on February 14th at a residence in Pembroke. Police say a quantity of drugs and cash were seized.

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PETAWAWA SUCCESSFUL ON ONLY ONE OF THREE 150 CANADA APPLICATIONS
2/21/2017 6:52:38 AM
One out of three ain't bad.

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PEMBROKE CITY HALL ACCEPTING DONATIONS FOR AIRPORT RUNWAY
2/21/2017 6:47:32 AM
The city of Pembroke is the latest municipality that will accept donations at the municipal office for the Pembroke and Area Airport. The move comes after the airport launched a five year, fundraising campaign to raise money to repair the runway.

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PETAWAWA SOLDIER CHARGED WITH TRAFFICKING AND POSSESSION
2/21/2017 6:17:38 AM
A soldier from Garrison Petawawa is facing drug related charges following an investigation earlier this month.

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MARTIN STREET IN PEMBROKE CLOSED AFTER PEDESTRIAN HIT
2/17/2017 4:32:29 PM
A serious collision on Martin Street in the City of Pembroke this afternoon. According to the OPP, officers were called to the scene after a car driven by an 85 year old man struck a 58 year old woman pedestrian.

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LOCAL COFFEE BUSINESS OWNER HEADED TO CAMEROON TO FIND FAIR TRADE BUSINESS PARTNERSHIP
2/17/2017 1:36:08 PM
He's leaving on a jet plane. Renfrew resident, Jeff Lehoux is boarding a plane tomorrow (Saturday) for Cameroon, Africa.

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GRIND REFUGE OPENS IN DOWNTOWN PEMBROKE
2/17/2017 1:27:46 PM
The Grind Refuge is now officially open in downtown Pembroke. The grand opening was held earlier today (friday), where local politicians and the volunteers who make the facility possible shared stories about the importance of such a place in the Ottawa Valley.

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POTENTIAL STRIKE IN BONNECHERE VALLEY AS TALKS COME TO A STALEMATE
2/17/2017 7:11:59 AM
The clock is ticking in Bonnechere Valley as the township and CUPE Local 4524, which represents nine roads and seven waste employees, have just over two weeks to reach an agreement before a strike or lockout.

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BROCKVILLE RESIDENTS FIRST IMPRESSIONS OF PEMBROKE PROVES CITY IS ON THE RIGHT TRACK
2/17/2017 7:09:20 AM
Pembroke is headed in the right direction.

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