A new era and a lasting legacy. That was how members of Renfrew County council hailed the decision last week to buy almost 300 km of the abandoned Canadian Pacific rail corridor. > continue reading
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APRIL 12, 1961: In a short speech to Deep River council at its meeting last week, Councillor E Dunn said that action would have to be taken on the contents of the Attorney General’s and Fire Marshal’s reports on accommodation of the town’s police and fire services. He said that the present municipal buildings were only temporary in nature and would have to be replaced in the not too distant future.
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission says there was no risk to the public or environment as the result of an incident at the Chalk River labs last month. > continue reading
Super high speed broadband Internet is coming to Deep River. Well, not in the truest sense of the word, but its proponents will be. > continue reading
Deputy Mayor Anne Giardini was in the cat-bird seat at Laurentian Hills council meeting last week. Council did find the time to reject a formal request from the Pembroke and Area Airport Commission. > continue reading