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(EMO, ON) - The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) will be closing one of its detachments in the Rainy River District. The OPP detachment in Emo is officially closing on August 5, 2020. This will not impact the level of service provided to Emo or the surrounding townships.
It's rare that an entire class of any profession sees a 100 per cent exam success rate, but Seven Generations Education Institute (SGEI) has done exactly that two years running.
The Rainy River District School Board is pleased to announce that we have received approval from the Ministry of Education on three of our projects and are now moving forward on the Rainy River K-12, Child Care and EarlyON Child and Family Centre Project; the Atikokan K-12, Child Care and EarlyON Child and Family Centre Project; and the Donald Young School Child Care Project.
Becoming Emo Fair Queen takes more than poise – it takes strength, too. This year's contestants have been taking part in a 2K-a-Day active living challenge. Each day, they spend the equivalent of two kilometres on a chosen activity, documented daily with screen shots and a tracking app. Here is a small selection of the activities this year's contestants have taken part in.
(EMO, ON) - The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have closed an unused detachment building in the Rainy River District. The OPP detachment in Emo officially closed on August 5, 2020. This will not impact the level of service provided to Emo or the surrounding townships.
Joshua Colling has stepped down from his position as the joint fire chief for the four Townships of Alberton, Chapple, Emo and La Vallee.
"This was the most honourable opportunity to be able to serve the public and the community,” Colling said. “Just the way you engage and lead your team. It is kind of incredible, really.”
Sis McCormick (10 years)
Mary Croswell (15 years)
Debbie Carlson ( 10 years)
Ashley Croswell (first year member)
Emo Fair Queen Prizes
Emo mayor Harold McQuaker has expressed his support for a Transportation Safety Board report which named ice jacking as the cause of the February 18 CN train derailment near his town.
“I agree with it,” he said. “The investigation was very thorough.”
However, he would like to see CN reduce its speed through Emo in the future.
“They could bring down the speed,” he said.