Swimming advisories issued for local beaches

MANITOULIN—The Sudbury District Health Unit (SDHU) has issued swimming advisories for two beaches in Billings Township. The advisories have been issued for Kagawong Village...

Government of Canada supports six-unit housing project in Wiikwemkoong

OTTAWA—All Canadians should have the security of a safe and healthy home. The government of Canada is making historic investments toward improving the condition...

Tender accepted for Maple Lane Road reconstruction

MINDEMOYA—With the support of local residents in the area to work being carried out on Maple Lane in the municipality, Central Manitoulin council has...

EDO hiring application made

GORE BAY—An application for funding for the hiring of an economic development officer for Western Manitoulin has  now been forwarded  to the province. “We have...

NDP leadership race comes into focus

The wet cool spring had many believing things would never heat up and with the House of Commons on summer recess, politics seemed to...

Vehicle traffic up on Chi-Cheemaun over last year

OWEN SOUND—So far the vehicle traffic is up, while passenger numbers are down slightly, for the M.S. Chi-Cheemaun ferry service this year, compared to...

Local rider has strong race in national calibre field

WALDEN—The Wolfpak racing team riders continue to post strong results this season, including a good finish by a Manitoulin Island resident in a recent...

Swing bridge to undergo repairs

LITTLE CURRENT—After a series of breakdowns last week that caused the Swing Bridge to stay open longer than the usual 15 minutes every hour...

Providence Bay News & Notes

Elaine Denovan of Providence Bay passed away peacefully with her loving husband by her side on Saturday, June 24. At Elaine’s request, cremation has...

Tehkummah Talk & Times

July 5, 2017 “Glow little glow worm, glow and glimmer.” Do they only shine for one night? We had our first outdoor picnic on Tuesday evening....

Farm Facts & Furrows

by OMAFRA Ag Rep Brian Bell SNAPP program The Sustainable New Agri-Food Products and Productivity (SNAPP) Program supports Northern Ontario agriculture and food producers, businesses, collaborations,...

Ice Chips to Canoe Quips

Mindemoya Classic turned 16! The 16th annual Mindemoya Classic started off with scary black skies and then a cold and heavy rain. As others rolled...
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