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Madawaska Valley enters into Memorandum of Understanding with Station Keepers

The Madawaska Valley Station Keepers and the Municipality have hashed out how they will run the Barry’s Bay Train Station. The two groups have signed a Memorandum of Understanding, which will allow the Station Keepers to have a wider use of the building. While the building is still owned by...

CO Blitz return marred by vandalism

The return of one of the biggest events of the summer did not end without issue. Madawaska Valley Township says that tents used by the Combermere Recreation Committee for the event were vandalized sometime Monday night. They say that the poles were purposely bent and snapped. As a result, the...

Premier Ford says plan in place to help hospitals deal with human resource shortages

Premier Doug Ford says hospitals around the world are currently dealing with staffing shortages. Hospitals across the province have had to reduce operating hours and emergency departments have had to temporarily shut down. In Stratford on Wednesday, Ford says his government has a plan in place to deal with the situation...

Opeongo Snowbirds puts out call for volunteers

You may not be thinking about snow right now, but the local snowmobile club wants you to think about them. The Opeongo Snowbirds are looking for two people who are in need of community hours to help grow their volunteer base. The club wants to “re-energize” their crew, bring in...

Migratory Game Bird Hunting Permits now available for 2022-23 season

Hunters interested in going after ducks, geese and other game birds can now get their papers for the upcoming open seasons. The federal government is now letting hunters purchase Migratory Game Bird Hunting Permits, which will be valid until June 30th of next year. A permit costs $17 total, including $8.50...

Ontario now considers Red Swamp Crayfish as invasive

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry wants to ensure they never enter our waters. The Red Swamp Crayfish has been listed as invasive by the Ontario Government to prevent its introduction into local waters. The crayfish, often called a “Crawdad”, is native to the south-eastern U.S. and can survive...
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