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This week:

Victim's family fundraiser – Arson, double murder case in court

 Bill 40 battle – WQSB not giving in yet 

 Bummed out jocks – Sports study program cut 

Wakefield woofer at Westminster 

Fergus, the fabulous four-year-old Irish red-and-white setter from Wakefield, strutted his stuff with his handler, Chelby Marling, at the 144th Westminster Dog Show in New York on Feb 11. Every dog has his day. For the full story pick up a copy of this week's Low Down. Photo courtesy Greg Snyder  

Chelsea waterfront purchase meeting: Cathy Dempsey, Don Henderson and Sylvain Déry look over an enlarged map that shows sections of land along the Gatineau River and the areas the municipality intends to purchase. Nikki Mantell photo.  MORE

Good news for local health care:  MNAs Robert Bussière, Mathieu Lacombe and Mathieu Lévesque announced the appointment of four new assistants to the Multidisciplinary and Community Services Directorate (DSMC) of the Outaouais Integrated Centre for Health and Social Services (CISSS). Stuart Benson photo   MORE

Better late than never: It took Low director general Pierre Gagnon longer to read the 2020 budget summary than it did for the council to pass both the 2020 budget and the three-year spending plan.     MORE