Students visit WWI memorial stone erected by Gordon Women’s Institute in 1919

GORDON TOWNSHIP—The Charles C. McLean Grade 4/5 class paid a very special visit to the Gordon Cemetery on Friday of last week to pay...

South Baymouth artist links cultures in clay

SOUTH BAYMOUTH— Pottery artist José Garcia has produced an artistic series in clay that digs deep into the cultural DNA of the earth in...

Manitoulin Isl. physician recruitment sub-committee proving to be successful

MINDEMOYA—The Manitoulin Physician Recruitment Sub-committee (MPRSC) (a participant within the Huron North recruitment shared services) has proven to be a successful program, one that...

Northeast Town calls for customer equality for Hydro delivery fees

LITTLE CURRENT—The Northeast Town is calling for customer equality regarding Hydro One delivery fees and sent a resolution to this effect to Premier Kathleen...

Government of Canada invests in dementia research about indigenous peoples

SUDBURY—On Monday, Paul Lefebvre, Member of Parliament for Sudbury, on behalf of the Honourable Jane Philpott, Minister of Health, announced an investment of $1...

Health-Care Reconciliation Action Plan a first

SUDBURY—Steps to improve the health care status and patient journey experienced by aboriginal Northerners began September 21 at a cultural celebration to launch the...

Township passes zero percent tax rate increase

GORDON—Gordon/Barrie Island taxpayers will should be happy with the news concerning the township’s 2018 budget. “We have a zero percent increase in our tax rate...

Duke Peltier elected in landslide win as Wikwemikong chief

WIKWEMIKONG—With a decisive 738 out of 1,262 votes for Wikwemikong chief, Duke Peltier will again lead his community for another two year term. The...

Special Olympians win provincial awards

MANITOULIN—One Manitoulin Special Olympics (MSO) snowshoeing athlete and the curling team have both won provincial awards from Ontario Special Olympics (OSO). “Dayne Tipper has been...

Winter highway maintenance gains transparency with new directives

ONTARIO— Last week The Ministry of Transportation ( MTO ) released the Winter Highway Maintenance Action Plan following the Auditor General’s review of winter...

Future looks bright for MSS golf team

M’CHIGEENG—The future looks good for the Manitoulin Secondary School (MSS) Mustangs golf team. Jordan Smith, coach of the Mustangs team, told the Recorder last Friday,...

ETFO, other education unions, win Bill 115 challenge

SUDBURY—The Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario (ETFO) and other education unions won a major court victory at the Ontario Superior Court of Justice last...
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