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WeAct Club raises $2,100 for CHEO

WeAct Club raises $2,100 for CHEO

Bryson CWL celebrates eight decades of service

Bryson CWL celebrates eight decades of service

CALEB NICKERSON BRYSON May 15, 2018 On May 15, members of the Catholic Women’s League…

Bristol Market opens for season

Bristol Market opens for season

CALEB NICKERSON BRISTOL May 18, 2018 On Friday, the rest stop in Wyman was filled…

Toller announces listening tour at council of mayors

CALEB NICKERSON CAMPBELL’S BAY May 16, 2018 At the monthly council of mayors meeting that…

Maison de la Famille opens their doors

Maison de la Famille opens their doors

Donald Teuma-Castelletti FORT COULONGE May 12, 2018 A community hub in Fort Coulonge held an…

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Features

I had more fun watching the Royal Wedding than I’d like to admit by CALEB NICKERSON

I had more fun watching the Royal Wedding than I’d like to admit   by CALEB NICKERSON

Before most people rose from their beds on Saturday, I, along with thousands of other peasants across the Commonwealth, witnessed the union of an American actress and the…

The Caisse for democratic banking by Caleb Nickerson

The Caisse for democratic banking by Caleb Nickerson

When most people think of financial institutions, they think of cold, unfeeling, Ebenezer Scrooge-types reaping huge profits off legions of Bob Cratchits that come through their gilded doors.…

Setting the new benchmark by Donald Teuma-Castelletti

Setting the new benchmark by Donald Teuma-Castelletti

One business in the Pontiac has taken tragedy and found triumph – rebuilding their hardware and renovation store beyond much more than its original capacity, and earning an…

New building, classic style

New building, classic style

CALEB NICKERSON SHAWVILLE With the ground thawing and spring in the air, many home and business owners will take the opportunity to start some projects or spruce up…

Editorials

Shawville deserves Bryan Murray Arena

It was recently revealed that the municipality of Shawville has formed a committee tasked with bringing a new arena to town.…

Parking police pay a visit

It appears as if the Centre intégré de santé et de services sociaux (CISSSO) is making good on its promise to…

Chris Judd

Cows and their milk

Recently, a few very vocal radicals have been preaching that humans should not be feeding children milk from another species. Everybody is entitled to their opinion, but…

The Way We Were

The Way We Were Compiled by Bonnie Chevrier

May 19, 1993 25 Years Ago PCH tour celebrates Hospital Day: This week is “Hospital Week” and the Pontiac Community Hospital recognized May 16 as “Hospital Day”.…

Letters to the Editor

Rain barrels

Dear Editor, I’m trying to retrain myself to avoid purchasing and throwing away single-use plastic items. Here’s something I’ve come across, that makes a good second-use of…

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