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TUESDAY, Nov. 21/17

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AYLMER, EAST ELGIN TODAY:

 

-Wed -Job Fair: Stubbe’s Precast, 3-6pm, Aylmer Comm. Services, 25 Centre St..

-Fri -Ayl/Area Band/Choir: “Christmas Movie Magic”; 7:30 pm; OTHall Theatre

-Sat -Pre-Parade: Free Cookies, Hot Chocolate – St Pauls United; 12-2 pm

-Sat -Aylmer Christmas Parade 2 pm/ ON EASTLINK TV LIVE

 

 

EAST ELGIN WIND ALERT

 

(From Environment Canada, For East Elgin,  5 am) – “Southwest winds will increase this morning and afternoon ahead of an approaching cold front. Wind gusts up to 80 km/h are expected, especially for areas near the lakeshore. These winds may be strong enough in some areas to toss loose objects or cause tree branches to break. Isolated power outages may be possible as well. The wind will begin to ease late this afternoon into this evening.”

 

 

MALAHIDE COUNCILLOR

 

Malahide CAO Michelle Casavecchia-Somers advises that Co. Rick Cerna, who missed last Thursday’s Council meeting, is currently off on a medical leave for an undetermined length of time.

 

 

POLICE LOOKING FOR PAIR

 

(Contributed) The Aylmer Police hold multiple warrants for Shawn LANE (40 yrs) and Zach FERRIS (29 yrs). If seen please contact us or Crime Stoppers. Photos on Aylmer Police Services site.

 

 

NEW AYLMER BUSINESS – ‘groWellness’

 

(Information from Niccolin Fischert) – “I am a Registered Massage Therapist and owner of groWellness. We are a Health Therapy Studio offering a variety of certified services such as Registered Massage Therapy, Reflexology, Organic Spa Care, Yoga and Workshops. We are located at 31 Talbot street behind the big pink door between Creative Creations and Designer Dogs. Our studio is actually above the Flower Fountain. We are thrilled to be a part of the downtown core. Our website is: www.growellnessstudio.ca .

 

 

AYLMER POLICE CARRYING NALOXONE

 

(Information from Aylmer Police Chief Andre Reymer) – “Our officers are now carrying Naloxone (Narcan) as a first aid measure for themselves in the event of an opiate exposure. Its commonly available through pharmacies to assist those with opiate addictions and their families as well. Its primarily a first aid measure for my staff and secondarily for the public in the event we interact with someone overdosing and ambulatory care isn’t readily available. Fentanyl and its more deadly cousin Car-Fentanyl are the topical drugs in the media but this is Opiate receptor blocker so it works on heroin, morphine, OxyContin, etc. as well. We have not had occasion to use it yet but are equipped to do so should the emergency arise.”

 

 

AYLMER COUNCIL LAST NIGHT

 

Among decisions made at Aylmer Council at its regular meeting last night:

Council defeated this motion by Co. Ted McDonald on behalf of the Aylmer Canada 150th committee: “We have designed a stainless steel maple leaf which will be our time capsule to be installed in a rock/fountain display that will be installed in the north west corner of the greenspace adjacent to the Old Town Hall”

 

 

MALAHIDE FIRE REPORT

 

– November 15, 2017, Station #2, Talbot Line, Medical Assist

– November 17, 2017, Station #1, Sparta Line, Medical Assist

– November 17, 2017, Station #4, Ron McNeil Line, Medical Assist

– November 17, 2017, Station #1, Levi Street, Medical Assist

– November 17, 2017, Station #1, Springfield Road, Medical Assist

– November 18, 2017, Station #1, Hacienda Road, Medical Assist

 

 

ELGIN OPP ON SCAMS

 

(Contributed) – Elgin OPP would like to make the public aware of a current fraudulent scam. Scammers are sending out fake emails (phishing) from “Canada Post” stating that you have missed a home delivery and need to click on some links to complete paperwork and pick up your package within 48 hours. Canada Post will never contact you via email unless you have pre-arranged this. Canada Post will normally leave you a notice on your door with information regarding a delivery. Another common scam is a type of emergency scam. This is where a fraudster will call your phone. They will tell you they are either a lawyer or police officer and request money must be sent, as a family member has been arrested. You need to check before you act. All types of frauds should be reported to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Center at 1-888-495-8501 or by going online to www.antifraudcentre.ca.

 

 

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