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News

Allumette hydro service sees improvement in 2017

Allumette hydro service sees improvement in 2017

CALEB NICKERSON ALLUMETTE ISLAND Jan. 10, 2018 Over the past few years, Allumette Island and…

CANAMEX marches forward

CALEB NICKERSON OUTAOUAIS Jan. 10, 2018 At an upcoming meeting in Chelsea, local stakeholders and…

Water main break in Quyon

Chris Lowrey QUYON Jan. 3, 2017 Some residents of Quyon were without access to tap…

Farmers on ice: annual bonspiel

Farmers on ice: annual bonspiel

CALEB NICKERSON SHAWVLLE Jan. 6, 2017 On Saturday, the Shawville Curling Club was filled with…

Pontiac adopts budget

Chris Lowrey MUNICIPALITY OF PONTIAC Dec. 21, 2017 The Municipality of Pontiac has adopted its…

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Features

Off the grid: how to live on solar power

Off the grid: how to live on solar power

  by Caleb Nickerson Has there ever been a time in your life where you’ve wanted to get away from it all? To live in modern society means…

Road to recovery: Shawville native fights back from injuries by Caleb Nickerson

Road to recovery: Shawville native fights back from injuries by Caleb Nickerson

For many people, the defining moments in their lives don’t come when they achieve the goals they set for themselves, but rather how they react to a seemingly…

“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…

Editorials

Local news matters

The end of 2017 came with some bad news for many local residents throughout the Ottawa area: their local papers would…

Here’s to 2018

Ok, we made it. Another year in the history books and we can set our sights on the upcoming one. But…

Chris Judd

What happened to our food

When many of us baby boomers started to school there were very few kids with allergies or special needs. My cousin was the only person that I…

The Way We Were

The Way We Were Compiled by Bonnie Chevrier

Jan. 6, 1993 25 Years Ago PCH cutbacks cause closure: The Pontiac Community Hospital has shut down some of its non-emergency services for the holidays as a…

Letters to the Editor

Portability problem with Canada Health Act Quebec

Dear Editor, After reading an article in the Montreal Gazette I want to show residents of the Pontiac how we are denied health services out of province.…

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