From the left at the official unveiling of the Temagami Lake Watch program sign, located on the Temagami Mine Access Road, are representatives from the various groups working together on the Cottage Watch program: Temagami First Nation councillor Jamie Saville, Lake Temagami resident/Cottage Watch representative Bill Hand, Lake Temagami resident/Temagami councillor John Harding, Temagami resident/businessman Charlie Bérube, Lake Temagami resident/Temagami councillor Dan O’Mara, Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) auxiliary constable Jason Pigeault, Temiskaming Detachment OPP Inspector Brent Cecchini, Temagami First Nation Bear Island police constable Tom Saville, Temiskaming Detachment OPP constables Rob Shillinglaw and Kevin Watson. (Staff photo by Sue Nielsen)

Temagami Lake Cottage Watch aims to reduce crime

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Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter TEMAGAMI — People are working together on Lake Temagami to prevent crime. A high number of break and enters involving cottages and homes on Lake Temagami…

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Temagami Lake Cottage Watch aims to reduce crime was last modified: September 13th, 2017 by Editorial Staff