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MPP Mantha says province failing Northern families The Recorder TORONTO—Algoma-Manitoulin NDP MPP Michael Mantha says that winter highway road closures are continuing to disrupt the lives...

House Call with Carol Hughes

Budget was designed to sound good The quick analysis of this year’s budget was that it read like an election platform that was long on...

Curling Chatter

by Jeremy Rody Another weekend and another Island bonspiel gone by. The season is slowly coming to a close but there are still a few weeks...

Recipes from Rose’s Kitchen

There are times when I get really excited about a new recipe. It has to hit a few key points: quick and easy to...

MSS Kids in the Halls

March Break is here, and the Mustangs are relishing their well-deserved break.  The Manitoulin Metal finished 24th out of 32 teams at the FIRST PowerUp...

Assiginack Council Notes

Councillors’ corner Councillor Leslie Fields asked her fellow council members to join her in acknowledging the “spectacular fundraising efforts” of Wendy Gauthier, a board member...

Northeast Town Council Notes

Change to marina rates Council approved the following new rates for the 2018 season at Spider Bay Marina. Seasonal: full service, $49.50 per foot plus...

Farm Facts & Furrows

by OMAFRA Ag Rep Brian Bell MCA/MSCIA Information day: MCA/MSCIA Information day is slated for Thursday, March 15, beginning at 11 am at the Spring...

Paws for Thought

by Dr. Janice Mitchell Ahem! <cough> Now that I have your attention.... Since January 2018, three clusters of dogs with H3N2 canine influenza virus (CIV) have...

Ice Chips & Canoe Quips

Basketball champions! The Island elementary basketball championships took place this past Tuesday in M’Chigeeng at Lakeview for the boys’ and in Little Current at LCPS...

Tehkummah Talk & Times

Well, Betty Jean and I didn’t win at Mindemoya Euchre Tournament on Thursday night, but we sure had a lot of fun. They had...

Providence Bay News & Notes

We had some sure signs of spring and many people were hopeful when March began with unseasonably warm days and the maple trees started...
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