On the 26 June 2016 at approximately 4:35 p.m., Killaloe OPP received a call of a collision involving personal injury on Bonnechere St West, in Bonnechere Valley Twp.The Police investigation revealed that a man had been dragged and pinned in between two vehicles. The man, identified as 71 yr. old Irving Eno of Bonnechere Valley Twp. was transported to the hospital by ambulance with life threatening injuries. He died a short time later. The incident remains under investigation.
The City of Pembroke's Tree Dump on Jean Avenue is being opened to Pembroke residents to help with the disposal of storm debris. The Tree Dump is open now until Thursday June 30th from 8AM-7PM to help people clean up after Mondays big storm. You do have to show ID that you are a Pembroke resident.
If you can't make it out there City of Pembroke crews will be collecting storm debris curbside, now until July the 8th. Residents who wish to have storm debris collected at the curbside must call the City at 613-735-6821, Ext. 1409.
Larger branches/brush are always acceptable at the Ottawa Valley Waste Recovery Centre; tipping fees do apply.
2 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group announced the creation of the Canadian Army's next high readiness Task Force, Task Force Tomahawk at a ceremony at Garrison Petawawa yesterday. The Canadian Army's High Readiness Task Force is made up of regular and reserve force Canadian Armed Forces members and serves as the on-call formation ready to respond to orders it receives from the Government of Canada. Chief Kirby Whiteduck of the Algonquins of Pikwàkanagàn First Nation was on hand at the event for the presentation of a ceremonial tomahawk to 2 CMBG in recognition of the name Task Force Tomahawk. A National Defence News Release says the Tomahawk was chosen as the namesake and emblem for TF Tomahawk in celebration of the rich warrior culture of Canada’s aboriginal community. The symbol of the Tomahawk is also seen as a well-regarded instrument known for its versatility as an innovative and flexible tool and weapon. Task Force Tomahawk ...
On Tuesday June 14th at approximately 4:45 pm officers from the Upper Ottawa Valley Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police responded to a serious 2 vehicle collision on Greenwood Road in Laurentian Valley Twp. involving a passenger vehicle and a motorcycle. The collision took place on Greenwood Road just west of Beachburg Road. The male driver of the motorcycle, 64 year old Gysbertus Reym of Madawaska Valley Twp. was pronounced dead at the scene. The lone male driver of the passenger vehicle was taken to hospital by ambulance with non-life threatening injuries. OPP Technical Traffic Collision Investigators (TTCI) is assisting with the investigation. Greenwood Road has been reopened to traffic. Pembroke and Laurentian Valley Fire Department along with County of Renfrew Paramedic Services assisted at the scene. The investigation is continuing.
On Tuesday June 14th at approximately 4:45 pm officers from the Upper Ottawa Valley Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to a serious 2 vehicle collision on Greenwood Road in Laurentian Valley Twp. involving a passenger vehicle and a motorcycle. The collision took place on Greenwood Road just west of Beachburg Road.
The male driver of the motorcycle was pronounced deceased at the scene. The lone male driver of the passenger vehicle was taken to hospital by ambulance.
OPP Technical Traffic Collision Investigators (TTCI) is assisting with the investigation. Greenwood Road was closed between Whitewater Road and Beachburg Road until early this morning.
The name of the deceased is being withheld pending notification of next-of-kin.
Pembroke and Laurentian Valley Fire Department along with County of Renfrew Paramedic Services assisted at the scene. The investigation is continuing
As a result of a severe power surge that caused extensive damage in homes and businesses on distribution line 221 serving a large section of L’Isle-aux-Allumettes, Mayor Winston Sunstrum has called a special Council Meeting for THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 7pm at Harrington Community Center, 64 Pembroke Rd., Chapeau, Qc.
During "Question Period" of this meeting residents and ratepayers will be able to inform Council of damages that occurred during power outages on June 5, 8, and 12.
All stakeholders will be invited to the meeting, including Hydro Quebec, Brookfield Energy, the U.P.A., the Chamber of Commerce, the Tourism Association and Senior Elected Officials representing the Pontiac.
Mayor Sunstrum states that, "Problems with hydro service on distribution line 221 have existed for many years creating an onerous burden on individuals, families and businesses. This situation hinders our reputation, as well as our efforts at economic development. Enough ...
The Upper Ottawa Valley Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is currently investigating a break and enter to PJ’S Golden Fries at the corner of Isabella Street and Christie Street in the City of Pembroke.
Police were called to the scene just before 1030 pm on June 10th after a passerby heard an alarm from the business and called police.
Police attended and discovered that the suspect(s) had made forced entry to the business and stole an undisclosed amount of cash.
The investigation is continuing and anyone with information regarding this break, enter and theft is asked to contact the Pembroke Detachment of the Upper Ottawa Valley OPP at 613-732-3332 or Pembroke/Renfrew County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).
Pembroke Fire Fighters responded to a boat fire today around 2:45 in the afternoon.
A boat out in the Ottawa River near the Pembroke Marina was completely engulfed in flames and Fire Fighters responded with the Rescue Boat and along with bystanders assisted the lone person from the boat to shore and passed to Renfrew county Paramedic care. The victim was uninjured and was assessed for precaution.
The boat was totally engulfed in flames upon the fire department arrival and initial reports indicate that it started in the engine compartment.
Fire Fighters remain on scene protecting the public from the hazard and will extinguish from shore if the boat drifts close enough.
The OPP were also on scene and helped with traffic control and investigation of the incident
Photo: MP Cheryl Gallant, Facebook
On June 01, 2016 members of the Upper Ottawa Valley OPP responded to a report of a shoplifting incident in progress at Walmart in Laurentian Valley Township. Walmart staff reported that a female had failed to pay for items, including electronics and cosmetics. Police located the female suspect with a male party in a car in the parking lot of the business. Both were found to be in possession of drugs and taken into custody. 24 year old Brandon Chrest of Laurentian Valley Township, and 25 year old Christa Catherine Hier of Pembroke, are both charged with the following :
Possession of a Schedule I Substance for the Purpose of Trafficking – Methamphetamine
Possession of a Schedule I Substance – Methamphetamine
Possession of a Schedule I Substance – Fentanyl
In addition to the CDSA charges the female also faces the following Criminal Code charges:
Theft Under $5000
Possession of Property ...
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