Wikwemikong students excel at Science Olympics

HAMILTON—A team of eight Wikwemikong High School students and their science teacher Chris Mara competed against over 2,000 students from across Ontario last month...

2 Blue Girlz ‘Be a Designer’ workshops put the fun in fashion

GORE BAY—Response to the 2 Blue Girlz “Be a Designer” summer workshops 2016 has been great and the girls involved are obviously enjoying their...

Eleven cats found in Elliot Lake stuffed in small plastic tote

(ELLIOT LAKE, ON) - The East Algoma Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are asking for assistance in regards to an animal cruelty case that occurred on...

Flowers power Sheg bridge building effort

SHEGUIANDAH—Shelba Deer saw her community being torn apart by internal conflict and strife during the events of the past year and it greatly disturbed...

Planning Board and NEMI differ on reserve funds issue

GORE BAY—While most of the issues on the Town of Northeastern Manitoulin and the Islands (NEMI) transition to its own planning authority is something...

FedNor investment to bring faster Internet to Wiikwemkoong Unceded

WIIKWEMKOONG—Nickel Belt MP Marc Serré travelled to Wiikwemkoong to announce a $104,000 investment in that community’s Internet infrastructure on behalf of Minister of Innovation,...

Concerns raised with application to divert more water from Great Lakes

MANITOULIN—A representative of Restore Our Water International (ROWI) has raised concerns with a proposal for Waukeshaw, Wisconsin to be able to divert water from...

Law & Order

Collision investigation leads to drug charge At approximately 4:15 pm on December 31, members of the Manitoulin Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded...

Manitoulin Drug Strategy unveiled at Island Addictions Awareness Week Gathering

AUNDECK OMNI KANING—The Harm Reduction Subcommittee of the Manitoulin Addiction and Mental Health Partners unveiled its Manitoulin Drug Strategy at the National Addictions and...

Farmers demand wolf bounty back following loss of sheep to coyotes

MANITOULIN— Howland farmers Lynn Bond and Gary May lost six of their sheep this fall to coyotes, prompting the couple and their neighbours to...

Central council voices concerns over new Help Centre building

CENTRAL MANITOULIN—Council reserved judgment on a letter of request from Manitoulin Family Resources that the municipality waive building permit fees for the new Help...

Look for Hallowe’en candies, colouring options inside the October 29 Expositor

MANITOULIN—Get both an early start on your trick or treating and/or keep the fun going after Hallowe’en night this year. Peruse the pages of this...
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