Volume 15 Week 45

Saturday, June 25


 

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Today's headlines

LOCAL NEWS: Viseneau drunk driving victim returns home
LOCAL NEWS 2: Contaminated soil delays Convent Glen Habitat build
LOCAL NEWS 3: Tropical-like weather the star at this year’s Carivibe event
VIEW POINT: Father, son dup comes to the rescue of yours truly
VARSITY FOOTBALL: Bantam Panthers christen new field with 26-10 win over West Durham
TRACK AND FIELD: Gisele-Lalonde hurdler shocks track fraternity with gold, silver at OFSAA Championships
VARSITY FOOTBALL; Bantam Panthers pass early season litmus test with flying colours
ARTSCETERA: Gloucester Music Club celebrates 25 years with a very special recital

FEEDBACK: Grade 11 Civics class not impressed with MPs' behaviour #elbowgate

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LOCAL NEWS
A performer at this year's Carivibe event on Petrie Island leads the crowd though some dance steps. Fred Sherwin/Photo

(Updated 7:30 a.m., June 25)
Viseneau drunk driving victim returns home
Camille Chartrand is back home with her mother and sister on Viseneau Street after being released from hospital earlier this week.

Contaminated soil delays Convent Glen Habitat build
The Habitat for Humanity project at the corner of Jeanne d’Arc Blvd. and Fortune Dive has been put on hold for a year after costs for soil mediation on the site exceeded original estimates. (Posted June 22)

Tropical-like weather the star at this year’s Carivibe event

Avalon fire causes $1.3M damage, destroys four homes

Local MPP given Cabinet post as Wynne shuffles the deck

Commentary: City councillors must bear some rsponsibiity for Viseneau accident

 

 

LOCAL SPORTS
Varsity Football
Bantam Panthers christen new field with 26-10 win over West Durham
The Cumberland Panthers bantam varsity football team improved their record to 4-0 on Saturday with a win over the West Durham Dolphins in the first game ever played on the new artificial turf field at Millennium Park. (Posted June 20)

Track and Field
Gisele-Lalonde hurdler shocks track fraternity with gold, silver at OFSAA championships
Remember the name Leewinchell Jean. There's a good chance you will be hearing a lot about the Grade 9 Gisèle-Lalonde high school student in the future. (Posted June 6)

Varsity Football
Bantam Panthers pass early season litmus test with flying colours
If the Cumberland Panthers had one question mark coming into the season, it would have been their defence. On Saturday, they passed their first real test against their traditional rivals the Myers Riders. (Posted June 5)

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ARTCETERA
Gloucester Music Club celebrates 25 years with a very special recital
For the past 25 years the Gloucester Music Club has provided young and aspiring classical musicians and vocalists with a stage on which they could perform in front of a live audience. (Posted June 8)

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