No ice is safe ice warns OPP

The official winter season starts on December 21st, 2022, and with this come outdoor activities to enjoy on the ice. The Killaloe OPP wants everyone to be safe with friends and loved ones while enjoying these outdoor adventures and is sharing these important TIPS to think about before venturing on …

Daughter of accused sexual abuser Alfred Villeneuve reaches out to The Current

Encourages other victims to come forward On November 30 The Current reported that as a result of an investigation of historical sexual abuse, the OPP Renfrew County Crime Unit had charged Barry’s Bay resident Alfred G. Villeneuve with sexual assault, indecent assault and gross indecency. Shortly after our report appeared …

OPP warn of holiday scams

The Killaloe Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) would like to remind community members to be aware of the following scams especially during the holidays. Over the last few weeks, police have investigated several gift card scams, offers involving bank loans and credit line scams and emergency gift card …

Local OPP bulletins Nov.30

Domestic incidents result in charges Police have laid several criminal domestic charges after responding to multiple domestic incidents over the last week. On November 23, 2022, members of the Killaloe Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to breach of conditions call for service at a residence in the …

Integrity Commissioner Guy Giorno accused of being “in Council’s back pocket”

The Madawaska Valley Council is about to consider whether to offer new contracts to its two current Integrity Commissioners, Guy Giorno, and Expertise for Municipalities (E4m). Their current four-year terms end on December 15 which will require CAO Sue Klatt to prepare a report to Council with her recommendations. Above: …

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