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MP experiences the big bang theory
O'Regan, the Liberal Member of the Canadian Parliament for St. John's
South—Mount Pearl in Newfoundland and Labrador and former television is
all smiles after firing the cannon at Fort Wellington. O’Regan was in
Prescott on Friday as a guest of the Prescott Rotary Club. His stay
included a tour of Fort Wellington, a visit to a St. Lawrence
Shakespeare Festival production and a reception at the Royal Canadian
Legion. More on page nine.
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| Port fish habitat project complete
Ivany, SNC Senior Fish Habitat Assessment Biologist; Susan LeClair,
Manager, Customer Service & Corporate Communications; Robert
Dalley, General Manager, Port of Johnstown; Mayor Patrick Sayeau,
Township of Edwardsburgh Cardinal; Lawrence Levere, SNC Board of
Directors; Bill Smirle, Past-Chair SNC Board of Directors; Archie
Mellan, Councillor, Municipality of South Dundas gather to celebrate
the completion of a new fish habitat east of Morrisburg. The
project was part of the recent multi-million dollar upgrades at the
Johnstown facility, involving the reconstruction and expansion of its
wharf, which necessarily interfered with some existing fish habitat.
One of the requirements, under the federal Fisheries Act, was that the
Port compensate for the loss of one habitat by supporting the creation
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|Prescott brings out the big guns for Seamus O’Regan
O’Regan shares a laugh with Fort Wellington Program Coordinator Leslie
MacPherson prior to a tour of the Prescott facility on Friday.
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PDSA Playoff Champions
PDSA U18 Playoff Champions Splash Well Drilling. Team includes
Riley Carriere, Travis McAuley, Jordan Morasse, Chad Fretwell,
Cameron Jones, Cameron Juneau, Ethan Hartle, Austin Minkhorst, Dalton
Weedmark, Jacob Bishop, Jacob Morasse, Dakota Seaman, Jessica Larose,
Samatha Pickard, Jaden Thomson-Couperus, Zoe Deck, Sydney Moulton,
Kynlie Thomson-Couperus, Gillian Deck, Dawson Moulton, along with
coaches Paul McAuley and Cindy Lebrun.
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From Prescott Journal, August 25, 1976
Prescott residents who live in the vicinity of the old Ferrox Iron
plant must be pleased to know that the cleanup of the site is underway.
Keith Cassel of Smiths Falls, owner of the property, has been cleaning
up the site since early June and just this week began the messy job of
cleaning the yard where piles of ferrous oxide dust have sat for years.
The material is being shipped to purchasers out of town, the basin
water in the northwest corner of the property is to be filled in and
the whole site is to be covered with fill and leveled. Mr. Cassel hopes
to have the old factory ready for lease of sale by the end of October
for warehousing of light industry.
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It is time!
Flyers head coach Barry Blondin speaks with prospects prior to drills
at the Ingredion Centre in Cardinal. Pre-season action for the CCHL2
team starts this Thursday, August 25 (in Cardinal) vs Athens. Puck
drops at 8:15 p.m. They return to the ice on Sunday night for an 8:45
p.m. match-up against Stittsville.
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