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A fiery 40th

A fiery 40th

When Joan Garnett peered out her Wakefield window in the late evening of July 10, 1984, all she could see were flames.  Wakefield’s treasured wooden bridge – a village icon that had spanned the Gatineau River for 69 years – was a fiery inferno. Villagers were out...
 Low loses ‘institution’ to raging fire

 Low loses ‘institution’ to raging fire

It didn’t take long for the Pineview Restaurant in Low to become engulfed in flames.  The fire ignited around 3:30 p.m. May 7 and within minutes flames were shooting through the roof. By dusk, the last remaining restaurant in Low – the only place where locals...

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