“I Stop, You Stop” is a new regional campaign promoting school bus safety. It kicked off locally at École catholique St-Michel. At back are, from left, Tri-Board Student Transportation Officer Debra Smith; Vanessa Lantaigne, Pauline Clim and Karyne Labonté of St-Michel; Marcel Beauchamp and Bob Chatelain of Stock Transportation; Temiskaming OPP Constable Jennifer Smith, Timiskaming Health Unit public health promoter Laurel Beardmore, Angela Bourgeois of St-Michel and transportation officer Julie Rivard. In front are students, from left, Damon Holeksa, Katia Rivard, Emma Maurice, Brady Wilson, Loïc Soulière, Logynn Legros, Jaxson Benoit, Avery Juurlink, Tyler Touzin, Arielle Matteau, Rya Lafond, Noah Auger, Danika Vinette, Nash McDonald, Jaelynn Gauthier, Kyan Plante, Wyatt Beeson, Gavin Gill, Nixon Hartzke-Lavoie, Kobe Pouliot, Elizabeth Heaslip, Skye Labonté-Bowen, Carl Foster, Léo Dénommé-Berthelette. (Staff photo by Diane Johnston)

On the road to safety

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – Drivers in both directions must stop when a school bus’ red lights are flashing. But Temiskaming Ontario Provincial Police continue to receive reports…

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On the road to safety was last modified: March 28th, 2018 by Editorial Staff