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Clare Gauvreau

Clare Gauvreau

Recent Work by Clare

Strongman event proves to be record-breaking

Strongman event proves to be record-breaking

Athletes power through qualifying event for provincial Strongman competition
County of St. Paul moves to amend land use plan for alternative energy development

County of St. Paul moves to amend land use plan for alternative energy development

Annual RCMP road race back on track

Annual RCMP road race back on track

The Annual Challenge Cup Relay Race, also known as the St. Paul RCMP road race, is set for May 10 and will take place along Highway 29, between St. Brides and St. Paul.
Anglican Bishop presides over deconsecrating of 'little church with a big heart'

Anglican Bishop presides over deconsecrating of 'little church with a big heart'

Art foundation hosts paint night for Ukraine

Art foundation hosts paint night for Ukraine

ST. PAUL – The St. Paul & District Arts Foundation combined the joy of painting with that of raising funds for the humanitarian relief effort in Ukraine Friday evening at the Rec. Centre in St. Paul.
Landowners raise property rights concern with provincial MLAs

Landowners raise property rights concern with provincial MLAs

Representatives of a provincial government committee tasked with reviewing real property rights legislation made a stop in St. Paul last Friday.
County of St. Paul moves forward with land use amendments

County of St. Paul moves forward with land use amendments

The County of St. Paul is moving forward with amending its Municipal Development Plan (MDP) and Land Use Bylaw (LUB) to address alternate energy production projects including solar and wind energy in the municipality.
Illegal drug trade top priority Staff Sgt. tells County of St. Paul council

Illegal drug trade top priority Staff Sgt. tells County of St. Paul council

Staff Sgt. Dave Henry says the drug trade is a priority focus for the Elk Point RCMP detachment.
County of St. Paul looks to get up to speed on wind farm development

County of St. Paul looks to get up to speed on wind farm development

While the land agents came into the Lomond area selling "stories about rainbows and unicorns,” the reality is less rosy.
Portage College partners with federal government to address labour shortages in long-term care sector

Portage College partners with federal government to address labour shortages in long-term care sector

Free program offers two-month paid field placement