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this week in history

NOVEMBER 23, 1994: Family and friends gathered in Chalk River Saturday to honour the memory of former village reeve Bob Seguin. They gathered to mark the official opening of Bob Seguin Drive in the subdivision where 25 new homes will soon be built.

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Police nab driver 80 km over limit

The Deep River Police are reminding residents that if you are driving a motor vehicle and decide to pass, you still have to keep your speed in check. > continue reading      

Fund supports reopening of MDF plant

MP Cheryl Gallant was on hand last week to confirm that the federal government will provide a repayable contribution of up to $3 million to facilitate the reopening of Pembroke MDF Plant Inc, a medium-density fibreboard manufacturing facility just east …

AECL launches new operating company

It may have been little more than a formality, but the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission has put its stamp of approval on the creation of Atomic Energy of Canada’s new operating company, Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL). > continue reading   …

Seniors top Deep River voting

Deep River’s first kick at the online voting can in last week’s municipal elections went off with nary a hitch in site. > continue reading