GORE BAY—The Gore Bay-Gordon/Barrie Island volunteer fire department held a very successful five kilometre (and eight kilometre) run/walk this past weekend as part of...

SUDBURY—The Ontario Ombudsman has weighed in on the case of the exclusion of Manitoulin Rainbow District School Board Trustee Larry Killens from in camera...

SHEGUIANDAH—An early evening fire on Friday, July 22 destroyed the Sheguiandah home of Alicia McCutcheon and Aaron Case. “We received a call at approximately 6:15...

LITTLE CURRENT—The Little Current Lions Club Haweater Weekend is kicking off tomorrow night (Thursday, July 28) with the Miss Manitoulin Pageant at the Manitoulin...

NORTH CHANNEL—Manitoulin’s anglers are asked to be on the lookout for tagged fish in Lake Huron, Georgian Bay and the North Channel. “Ontario’s anglers have...

WIKWEMIKONG—For 56 years the Annual Wikwemikong Cultural Festival has been revitalizing the culture and heritage of the Anishinaabe, first as the Wikwemikong Powwow (often...

M’CHIGEENG—Optimistic, humorous, respected and humble. These are some of the words used to describe Manitoulin Secondary School teacher Peter Nelson who has been inspiring...

by Isobel Harry M’CHIGEENG—It’s early morning at the Great Spirit Circle Trail (GSCT) headquarters in M’Chigeeng First Nation and several young assistants in the aboriginal...

AUNDECK OMNI KANING—A recent telephone call from the president of Sault College alumni took Darren Madahbee completely by surprise. “He told me that they were...

MINDEMOYA—St. Francis of Assisi Anglican Church was filled to overflowing on Friday, July 22 as the Right Reverend Thomas A. Corston, retired bishop of...

by Betty Bardswich M’CHIGEENG—Every month the Anishinaabemowin Gamig, the Elders’ Language Activity Center in M’Chigeeng, hosts a celebration, complete with cake and ice cream, for...

LITTLE CURRENT—This is Community Services Officer Constable Steve Hart’s first Haweater Weekend on the job in his new role with the Manitoulin Detachment of...

POLICE BRIEFS

M’CHIGEENG--On the evening of July 11 the UCCM Anishnaabe Police Service received a call of a vicious dog attack on the M'Chigeeng First Nation....