OPP Report Online

John-Paul Negrinotti/ December 2, 2019

The Ontario Provincial Police is continually striving to improve efficiency in processes and service delivery. One such efficiency is the new “Online Reporting” option where members of the public can report selected incidents using their mobile device, laptop, tablet or computer. This new option will eliminate the need to place a phone call to the Provincial Communications Centre and wait

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Want better Internet? – Learn how at connectednorth.ca

John-Paul Negrinotti/ October 21, 2019

The Federal Government has set a target for 90% of Canadians to receive an Internet connection of 50 Mbps down and 10 Mbps Up by 2021. There will soon be several funding opportunities to assist Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in upgrading their networks to deliver these services to Canadians who don’t currently have this level of access. We know that

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New Navigational Aid at Wades Landing

John-Paul Negrinotti/ July 30, 2019

NEW Navigational Aid at Wades Landing A new navigational aid has been placed at Wades Landing. The new light is a combination of red, white and green sectors in a luminous beam used to provide a leading line to mariners. When proceeding upstream, the red sector indicates the starboard hand limit, the white sector indicates the recommended course, and the

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News Release

John-Paul Negrinotti/ July 11, 2019

NEWS RELEASE For immediate release: July 11, 2019 HARMFUL BLUE-GREEN ALGAE IN TALON LAKE AND McQUABY LAKE TOWNSHIP OF BONFIELD AND TOWNSHIP OF NIPISSING – The North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit (Health Unit) would like to advise the public that a harmful algae bloom (cyanobacteria), also known as blue-green algae, has been found in Talon Lake (McCool Bay,

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News Release

John-Paul Negrinotti/ July 10, 2019

NEWS RELEASE For immediate release: July 10, 2019 BLUE-GREEN ALGAE IN LAKE NIPISSING IN PATTERSON AND NIPISSING TOWNSHIPS PATTERSON AND NIPISSING TOWNSHIPS – The North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit (Health Unit) would like to advise the public that a harmful algae bloom (cyanobacteria), also known as blue-green algae, has been found in Lake Nipissing (Campbell’s Bay in Patterson

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