‘Longlac’ Information

Greenstone Woman Faces Multiple Drug Charges After Alleged Break & Enter

Greenstone Woman Faces Multiple Drug Charges After Alleged Break & Enter

GREENSTONE, ON – On January 16, 2018, members of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), Greenstone Detachment, responded to a report of break and enter in progress on Kenogami Road in Longlac, Ontario. Following from this investigation a search warrant had been executed at the residence and [Read more]

Greenstone Woman Arrested On Drug Charges

Greenstone Woman Arrested On Drug Charges

GREENSTONE, ON – On January 16, 2018, at 12:56 pm, members of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), Greenstone Detachment, responded to a report of a residential break and enter in progress on Kenogami Road in Longlac, Ontario. Police arrived at the scene and detained four people found within [Read more]

UPDATE: Closed Road Advisory

UPDATE:  Closed Road Advisory

From @511ONNorthwestern 7:51am Jan 12, 2018 Hwy11 EB at Picnic Point Rd, lane is reopened. From @OPP_NWR Hwy 11 Now Open from #Longlac through to #Hearst, slow down. #DriveSafe and #PlanAhead _______________________________ Greenstone Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police advise of the [Read more]

Weather Warnings Across the Area

Weather Warnings Across the Area

PLEASE SCROLL DOWN TO VIEW WARNINGS FOR YOUR COMMUNITY Flash freeze warning in effect for: Chapleau – Missinaibi Lake Gogama – Foleyet Temperatures are forecast to fall rapidly. Ponding water, slush, and any falling precipitation will freeze as the temperature drops. Mild and rainy [Read more]

Geraldton District Hospital Annual Christmas Dance Fundraising

Geraldton District Hospital Annual Christmas Dance Fundraising

GREENSTONE, ON – The Employee Health and Wellness Committee at Geraldton District Hospital is pleased to announce, that through their diligent efforts, and the generosity of those attending on Saturday December 2, 2017, managed to raise $1158.00 at the hospital’s annual Christmas Dance. [Read more]

Greenstone OPP Remind the Public “Lock It Or Lose It”

Greenstone OPP Remind the Public “Lock It Or Lose It”

GREENSTONE, ON – Members of the Greenstone Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are encouraging citizens to “Lock It or Lose It” and to take precautions to protect their vehicle contents from theft. In response to numerous reports of vehicle break-ins in the Longlac and Geraldton [Read more]

Greenstone OPP: Missing Person in Longlac Area

Greenstone OPP: Missing Person in Longlac Area

GREENSTONE, ON – Members of the Greenstone Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are investigating a missing person in the Longlac area. On the morning of Friday, October 6, 2017, at 10:30 am OPP were notified that 62 year old Calum HARTLEY of Longlac, Ontario, was [Read more]

Primary Forest Resource Road to be Closed (Fermeture de route)

Primary Forest Resource Road to be Closed (Fermeture de route)

Version française ci-dessous The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry advises that a section of a primary forest resource road south of Longlac and north of Terrace Bay, in Nipigon District, will be closed for bridge repairs. A portion of Catlonite Road will be barricaded while repairs are [Read more]

Greenstone Man Charged with Impaired Driving

Greenstone Man Charged with Impaired Driving

GREENSTONE, ON – On September 5, 2017, at 5:25 pm, Greenstone Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) received a call reporting a male who was believed to be intoxicated diving off from the Fresh Mart grocery store located in Longlac, Ontario. The driver was located and failed a roadside screening [Read more]

$6,000 in Fines for Shooting Trophy Bear at Dump $6,000 in Fines for Shooting Trophy Bear at Dump

$6,000 in Fines for Shooting Trophy Bear at Dump  $6,000 in Fines for Shooting Trophy Bear at Dump

A Longlac man has been fined $6,000 under the Fish and Wildlife Act and Regulations for offences committed hunting a black bear. Michael A. Gauthier was convicted after a trial and fined $5,000 for hunting black bear within 400 metres of a waste disposal site. He was also fined $1,000 for [Read more]

Greenstone Investigation Leads to OPP Charging 10 People with 54 Offences

Greenstone Investigation Leads to OPP Charging 10 People with 54 Offences

LONGLAC, ON – On July 27, 2017, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Organized Crime Enforcement Bureau (OCEB) with the assistance of the Provincial Operations Intelligence Bureau (POIB), members of the Community Street Crime Unit and members of the Greenstone Detachment have charged 10 [Read more]

PUBLIC NOTICE: Road Closed for Repairs as of July 17

PUBLIC NOTICE: Road Closed for Repairs as of July 17

Catlonite Road to be Closed for Repairs The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry advises that a section of a primary forest resource road south of Longlac and north of Terrace Bay, in Nipigon District, will be closed for bridge repairs. A portion of Catlonite Road will be barricaded while [Read more]

Greenstone Man Charged for Driving while Impaired by Drugs

Greenstone Man Charged for Driving while Impaired by Drugs

GREENSTONE, ON – On June 29, 2017, at 11:12 am, Greenstone Ontario Provicial Police (OPP) received two calls reporting an impaired male in the driver seat of a blue van at the Woodcrest Confectionary located in Longlac, Ontario. As a result of investigating this incident, the driver was [Read more]

MP Patty Hajdu Visits Greenstone (Itinerary)

MP Patty Hajdu Visits Greenstone (Itinerary)

Hon. Patty Hajdu reaching out to Greenstone constituents this week THUNDER BAY, ON – Patty Hajdu, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour and Member of Parliament for Thunder Bay-Superior North, is heading to Greenstone this week. From Tuesday, Feb. 28 until Thursday, March 2, [Read more]

Greenstone OPP Push for Change Event a Success: Fundraising Continues

Greenstone OPP Push for Change Event a Success: Fundraising Continues

GREENSTONE, ON – On March 8, 2017, a former homeless youth and current entrepreneur, Joe Roberts will be pushing a shopping cart, (a symbol of chronic homelessness) through Nipigon, Ontario. The Push for Change is a 9000 km, 517 day trek across Canada to raise awareness and funds for ending youth [Read more]

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