Asian carp not yet established in Great Lakes, experts say

TORONTO—While acknowledging the catastrophic affects Asian carp could have on the Great Lakes if they establish there, and the need for measures having been...

Late Assiginack Reeve Bud Rohn penned final letter to taxpayers

by Alicia McCutcheon ASSIGINACK—Bud Rohn, a colourful member of the Assiginack council for many years, passed away recently during his first term as the township’s...

Billings Township delays decision on Hydro One using Garlon spray

KAGAWONG—Billings township council has delayed a final decision on whether to allow Hydro One permission to use the herbicide spray Garlon RTU for its...

Manitoulin Transport buys Gordon’s Lodge

GORE BAY—Gordon’s Lodge Resort and Conference Centre has been purchased by Manitoulin Transport. Gord Smith, chief executive officer of Manitoulin Transport, confirmed this past Saturday,...

Feds amend controversial Fair Elections Act

OTTAWA—After a collective howl of displeasure that resonated across the country at the Conservative government’s proposed Fair Elections Act, led by junior Minister of...

Sudbury medical research facility gets $4.9 million lift from NOHFC

SUDBURY--A former elementary school in Sudbury is a big step closer to being reborn as a medical research centre, thanks to new funding from...

Manitoulin figure skaters rub elbows with celebrities at Canadian Nationals

OTTAWA—Earlier this month, three members of the Skate Canada Manitoulin club travelled to Ottawa to attend the National Skating Championships, giving the girls the...

Pilot archery program at Lakeview seeks to reintroduce students to the great outdoors

M’CHIGEENG—Lakeview School in M’Chigeeng First Nation is one of 13 schools in Ontario to introduce the National Archery Schools Program (NASP) pilot project as...

Split Rail moves to six products, expands brewing premises in Gore Bay

GORE BAY—Manitoulin’s Split Rail Brewing Company has been busy over the winter months as they prepare to ramp up their production facilities to meet...

Mustang boys kick off the hockey season

MANITOULIN—The Manitoulin Secondary School (MSS) boys’ hockey team kicked off the season with its first game last Friday at the Little Current Recreation Centre...

Little Current resident stars in national ad

Community also prominently featured in new truck commercial LITTLE CURRENT—A large film crew descended on Little Current last week to shoot a national Chevrolet Canada...

55th Wiky Powwow celebrates language and culture

Annual Cultural Festival remained undaunted by Sunday’s torrential downpours WIKWEMIKONG— Wikwemikong Unceded Territory’s annual competition powwow, aka 55th Annual Cultural Festival, is one of the...
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