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Riel-regThe Owen Sound Campus of Georgian College will mark Louis Riel Day on Friday, Nov. 14.

An event honouring this remarkable hero is being organized by the Aboriginal Services department and Heather Van Wyck, a second-year Early Childhood Education student of Métis heritage. She is also the Owen Sound Campus Aboriginal Student Peer Mentor or Niwijiagan, an Ojibway word meaning "my friend" and facilitator for Georgian Métis students with the Métis Student Solidarity Network.

Georgian College students, staff and members of local Aboriginal communities have all been invited to take part in the day's activities. The event will begin at 9 a.m. with a welcome ceremony including an opening prayer led by Senator Malcolm Dixon of the Great Lakes Métis Council and Métis Nation of Ontario.

bruce-ptsd-regTIVERTON - To commemorate Remembrance Day, Bruce Power held a ceremony on its site to honour Canada's soldiers, veterans and those who have died in the line of duty.

The company also presented a $110,000 cheque to Wounded Warriors Canada.

"It's humbling, the courage and strength the members of our Armed Forces show every day," said Harry Hall, Vice President, Supply Chain, who is himself a veteran. "We hope this donation will make it easier for our wounded soldiers to transition back to civilian life."

Flanders-featIN FLANDERS FIELDS

By Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae

In Flanders fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row on row,
That mark our place: and in the sky
The larks still bravely singing fly
Scarce heard amid the guns below.

opp-car-regularCOLLINGWOOD - Officers from the Collingwood and The Blue Mountains detachment of the OPP charged a youth over the weekend for a theft of a poppy donation box from a local business in Collingwood.

On Saturday morning, the 8th of November 2014, police were called to attend the Tim Horton's on First Street in Collingwood for the reported theft. Police were able to view video surveillance in the store which led police to the identification and subsequent arrest of the youth. The donation box was located by a resident nearby and returned to the Royal Canadian Legion in Collingwood.

As a result, a 14 year-old youth from Collingwood is now charged with theft under $5000 and is to appear in Youth Criminal Court in Collingwood. He cannot be identified under the provisions of the Youth Criminal Justice Act. (YCJA).

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