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Golden girls of Campbell’s Bay

Golden girls of Campbell’s Bay

SOPHIE KUIJPER DICKSON CAMPBELL’S BAY Feb. 11, 2017 The crowd at the Campbell’s Bay RA…

Raising the roof: Construction progresses on Clarendon winery

Raising the roof: Construction progresses on Clarendon winery

A crane lifted the roof onto what will be the Little Red Wagon Vineyard winery…

MRC Pontiac resolves consolidation of OMH in the Pontiac

CALEB NICKERSON MRC PONTIAC Feb. 8, 2017 At the MRC Pontiac’s January council of Mayors…

Trying a new look: Local salon re-opens after renovations

Trying a new look: Local salon re-opens after renovations

CALEB NICKERSON SHAWVILLE Feb. 1, 2017 Angles Salon in Shawville celebrated its grand re-opening last…

Fish Findlay tournament looking for volunteers

Chris Lowrey SHAWVILLE Feb. 8, 2017 The fifth annual Fish Findlay hockey tournament is looking…

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Features

A meeting with the Minister of Agriculture

A meeting with the Minister of Agriculture

CALEB NICKERSON OTTAWA Feb. 10, 2017 On Friday, several farmers from the Pontiac got the opportunity to have a meeting with the minister of Agriculture Lawrence MacAulay along…

Bullseye by Chris Lowrey

Bullseye  by Chris Lowrey

When many people think of an archer, they think of someone who looks like Robin Hood, with a quiver slung over their shoulder and a wooden bow in…

Ready, set, mush! by Chris Lowrey

Ready, set, mush! by Chris Lowrey

The oft-repeated stereotype about Canadians is that we live in igloos and use dog sleds to get from place to place. Although he doesn’t have an igloo, he…

Featureon5 Pontiac international high school

Featureon5  Pontiac international high school

by Chris Lowery We all have that relative who says they had to walk to school uphill each way in their bare feet. Imagine having to cross an…

Editorials

The best way to support your community? Shop local.

Chris Lowrey People from the Pontiac take a lot of pride in where they are from. Look no further than the…

Trudeau abandons electoral reform

Cynics who had accused Liberal leader Justin Trudeau of backing away from proposed reforms to the electoral system were proven right…

Under the Pines
Chris Judd

Pontiacers meet Agricultural Minister MacAulay

On Feb. 10 our Federal M.P. Will Amos organized an hour long meeting with Canada’s Agricultural Minister Lawrence MacAulay on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. It had just…

The Way We Were

Compiled by Bonnie Chevrier

Feb. 12, 1992, 25 Years Ago Ryan rejects Pontiac’s annexation bid: A year-long heated battle in the municipality of Pontiac has ended. The mayors of the municipalities…

Letters to the Editor

CISSSO response to Pontiac Voice and Pontiac residents re paid hospital parking

Dear Editor, CISSSO states that they have projected revenues of $53,000 from hospital parking fees, minus parking lot maintenance and equipment depreciation. Do they have any projections…

Opinions

Pontiac still the bellwether riding By Brian Middlemiss

Pontiac is a federal electoral riding as beautiful and enduring as the Ottawa and Gatineau Rivers it borders. Bilingual and ruralist history was written by the farmers,…

Campbells Bay Ciment