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News

Trading chemicals for clover in cereal fields

Trading chemicals for clover in cereal fields

Donald Teuma-Castelletti LUSKVILLE Nov. 7, 2017 Pontiac farmers were invited to an information session last…

Update: Brownlee case

Update: Brownlee case

Caleb Nickerson GATINEAU Nov. 15, 2017 Brian Brownlee, a Clarendon man charged with second-degree murder…

Labadie wins Pontiac mayoral race

Labadie wins Pontiac mayoral race

Chris Lowrey MUNICIPALITY OF PONTIAC Nov. 5, 2017 The Municipality of Pontiac has a new…

Pontiac’s new health and healing hub

Pontiac’s new health and healing hub

Donald Teuma-Castelletti SHAWVILLE Nov. 5, 2017 There’s a new home for health in Shawville, offering…

TransporAction gives voters a lift on Nov. 5

TransporAction gives voters a lift on Nov. 5

Caleb Nickerson PONTIAC Nov. 5, 2017 On Nov. 5, as citizens of the Pontiac exercised…

The Equity Petro Pontiac
Features

“Don’t forget the peacekeepers” says local vet By Caleb Nickerson

“Don’t forget the peacekeepers” says local vet  By Caleb Nickerson

When it comes to Remembrance Day, most of us tend to reflect upon the service of Canadian troops in the First and Second World Wars. It seems only…

A legacy carved in stone by Caleb Nickerson

A legacy carved in stone by Caleb Nickerson

Ask any craftsman or artist why they create the things they do and you’re likely to get a wide variety of responses. Some do it to express themselves…

Sisters battle breast cancer together by CALEB NICKERSON

Sisters battle breast cancer together by CALEB NICKERSON

She believed she could, so she did. The phrase is inscribed on bracelets tied to the wrists of sisters Mary Ellen Hughson and Rebecca Hollingsworth. To a casual…

Fire prevention week: check your extinguishers

Fire prevention week: check your extinguishers

Caleb Nickerson SHAWVILLE Sept. 28, 2017 Every year on the week within which Oct. 9 falls, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) holds Fire Prevention Week, a campaign…

Editorials

What’s in a name?

The Equity ran an editorial two weeks ago arguing that the Shawville Arena should be renamed after the late Bryan Murray.…

Four more years

After a gruelling campaign season of door-knocking and sign-erecting, the candidates in Quebec’s municipal elections are either licking their wounds or…

Chris Judd

Why didn’t they change their ways?

Eaton’s and Sears wrote the book on distance sales by putting a free catalogue in every household. Whether you lived in Toronto or Skinners Pond, everybody in…

The Way We Were

The Way We Were Compiled by Bonnie Chevrier

Nov. 11, 1992 25 Years Ago Fiddler Jamboree keeps the old traditions alive: If it hadn’t been for the modern-day audio equipment you would have thought you…

Letters to the Editor

Reflexion sur l’engagement Chambre de commerce du Pontiac

Cher éditeur, A titre de présidente de la Chambre de commerce du Pontiac, j’aimerais faire part de mes réflexions aux gens d’affaires, leur clientèle et tous ceux…

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…

Under the Pines