House Call with Carol Hughes – May 18, 2018

Bringing the concerns of Northern Ontario to the CRTC The May long weekend is approaching, marking the beginning of the beautiful summer months filled with...

Perivale Gallery begins 37th season

SPRING BAY—It is a sure sign of spring when the Perivale Gallery opens its doors for the season. “It is our pleasure to invite you...

Hydro One power outage on May 27

MANITOULIN—Hydro One has announced that there will be a hydro outage for Manitoulin Island scheduled for Sunday, May 27. On Tuesday Hydro One announced that...

C.C. McLean P.S. Colts going strong! – May 18, 2018

by Rachael Orford GORE BAY—I hope every mother, grandmother and aunt had a great Mother’s Day! What did the tree say to spring? What a re-leaf. Last Friday,...

Providence Bay News and Notes

The Providence Bay Park is open for business. It’s been a slow start all over with the extended cold weather but we’ve seen campers...

M.S.S. Kids in the Halls

by Sandi Kuntsi May has lots of flowers and lots of events and activities for the MSS Mustangs. After months of planning, SHARE/Go Green had a very...

Tehkummah Talk and Times

Some days are longer than others. Just crawled into bed, 4 am on Tuesday. Fell asleep in my layzee-girl chair again. We didn’t win...

Assiginack Council Notes

Special council meeting A special meeting was held April 17 with council and New North Fisheries representatives Jeff Tuerk and Ross Herbert in regards to...

Ice Chips and Canoe Quips – Manitoulin Sporting Life

Island runners rock, Sudbury Rocks The annual, Sudbury Rocks, race weekend is an amazing event that raises precious money for diabetes research. Although no Manitoulin...

C.C. McLean P.S. Colts going Strong!

by Rachael Orford It’s Mother’s Day weekend! For those who may have almost forgot, flowers and/or chocolate are a quick gift for those awesome mothers,...

House Call with Carol Hughes

Time for papal apology on residential schools In June of 2008, Canada, through then Prime Minister Stephen Harper, made a statement of apology to former...

Assiginack Council Notes

April 17 Councillors’ corner Councillor Leslie Fields noted that it was Volunteer Appreciation Week and said how fortunate they are in Assiginack to have the volunteers...
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