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Compassion for injured animals earns sanctuary co-founder prestigious award

They created quite a flap over someone who has always been for the birds.

Nancy Phillips, a co-founder of Wings Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, received the Governor General’s Caring Canadian Award Tuesday morning inside the slickly appointed It’s An Honour travelling trailer exhibit. 363 more words

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Anne Rota Now Has Completed Human Rights Training

1762668 Ontario Inc., owned by Rennie and Anne Rota, was added to the Accessibility Hall Of Shame because it failed to comply with a February 20, 2014 Human Rights Tribunal Ontario… 108 more words

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Amherstburg establishes financial advisory committee

Amherstburg wants to find a few qualified citizens to have a look at its books.

Town council is seeking five residents with financial backgrounds to sit on a new advisory committee approved Monday as part of the recommendations in the town’s financial management review. 361 more words

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Double Dare Issued Regarding Police Contract - OPP takeover clause

I dare the Amherstburg Police Association to remove this clause in the collective agreement and go to Arbitration on the matter. The members should recognize that it is the community, its ratepayers and council that decide what policing option is chosen. 84 more words

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Niagara Regional Policing Costs Inequitable Claims Councillor

As reported in the Niagara Advance, Niagara-on-the-Lake Councillor Collard would like to see Niagara Region look at the new OPP billing model as one option for fixing the inequities to the way Niagara municipalities pay for policing. 71 more words

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LaSalle, Amherstburg and Windsor to discuss possible regional police service

The mayors of Windsor, Amherstburg and LaSalle have agreed to meet next week for preliminary discussions on the possibility of blending police forces into a regional service with the goal of reducing costs. 509 more words

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