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News

Marché Bristol Market

Marché Bristol Market

Flood survey for MoP residents

Chris Lowrey MUNICIPALITY OF PONTIAC July 11, 2018 The Municipality of Pontiac is asking residents…

Amos’ river expeditions return

Amos’ river expeditions return

Donald Teuma-Castelletti MANSFIELD ET PONTEFRACT July 7, 2018 It was smooth sailing on the Coulonge…

SQ prepared for stoned drivers

CALEB NICKERSON CAMPBELL’S BAY July 11, 2018 With the legalization of cannabis set for this…

13th annual Fred Meilleur Tourney another success

13th annual Fred Meilleur Tourney another success

CALEB NICKERSON ALLUMETTES ISLAND June 29, 2018 On Friday, over 100 people in the upper…

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Features

Egans overrun Quyon by Caleb Nickerson

Egans overrun Quyon by Caleb Nickerson

On July 6, over 60 members of the Irish Egan Clan gathered outside Quyon to learn about the life of one of their ancestors. The Irish diaspora was…

PHS’ 50th a trip down memory lane by Donald Teuma-Castelletti

PHS’ 50th a trip down memory lane  by Donald Teuma-Castelletti

Alumni and staff had the opportunity to celebrate their old stomping grounds on Saturday, when Pontiac High School (PHS) opened their doors for tours, reunions, and more as…

Learning as she goes by Donald Teuma-Castelletti

Learning as she goes  by Donald Teuma-Castelletti

Showing up somewhere new is, for most, intimidating. Like the first day of school way back when, there is that inherent feeling of the need to run in…

From another era: Luskville electrician retires after 60 years by Caleb Nickerson

From another era: Luskville electrician retires after 60 years  by Caleb Nickerson

In Canada today, it seems that nearly everything is migrating into the digital realm. From banking to news, vehicles and appliances, there’s always a process to be automated…

Editorials

License to speak freely

The Quebec government will finally allow the province’s drivers to express themselves a little bit more. Next month, Quebec drivers will…

A bleak landscape

Local news was dealt another harsh blow last week when Postmedia announced that it will close several local newspapers around the…

Chris Judd

Sight, sound or smell?

When we think of our five senses, we think of sight, sound and smell first. We know someone who is blind or deaf. Most of us are…

The Way We Were

The Way We Were Compiled by Bonnie Chevrier

July 7, 1993 25 Years Ago Pontiac’s prospects looking good with 3,000 mining claims staked: The mining and prospecting future of Pontiac appears to be very bright.…

Letters to the Editor

Farmer’s market

Dear Editor, After visiting the farmers’ market at the Shawville fair grounds on July 7: Q: Why was the Saturday farmers market moved from the usual spacious…

Opinions

Changed on the inside

My daughter-in-law to be, Darcy, took in a stray tom cat in the fall that seemed to be near death. His ear was torn from fighting, his…