Killarney Cream Ale now available at LCBO stores across Ontario

MANITOULIN—Hardy voyageurs once plied the waters of the North Channel and Georgian Bay as they hauled the furs of a continent to factors in...

4elements Living Arts AGM culminates a retrenchment year

LITTLE CURRENT—It has been a tumultuous year of changes for 4elements Living Arts, the Island’s community arts organization, following the resignation of founder and...

Student seeks community fundraising support for volunteer trip

OTTAWA—A Carleton University student from Little Current is making her mark on the world by supporting youth innovation centres around the world and she’s...

Food bank still needs support following successful Christmas season

MINDEMOYA—A team of 50 volunteers and a staff member at Manitoulin Family Resources (MFR) worked tirelessly in December to ensure that 864 Island families...

Beef Farmers of Ontario launching emergency response pilot project

GUELPH—When crashes happen involving cattle trucks, the resulting situations are sensitive and must be handled with the utmost of care. The Beef Farmers of...

MSS players enthusiastically perform ‘The Mikado’ to receptive crowd despite snow

M’CHIGEENG—The heavy snowfall outside was no barrier for the dedicated staff and students at Manitoulin Secondary School (MSS) who gave a passionate opening night...

Annual carnival brings winter fun to Wiikwemkoong

WIIKWEMKOONG—Bright sun and a break in the bitter cold were just what the doctor ordered to chase away the winter blahs as the Wikwemikong...

Snow drags offers heart-pounding race action for second year

SPRING BAY—The Manitoulin Snow Drags were back by popular demand after an excellent inaugural year, with the 2019 event drawing about 30 racers to...

Community fun and lumberjack plaid highlight Winterfest in Kagawong

KAGAWONG—Residents of Kagawong answered the call and wore their finest lumberjack plaid for the village’s annual Winterfest festivities. Lumberjack themed activities, décor and a...

Meditation seminar held at Sheg. Seniors’ Hall

SHEGUIANDAH—The benefits of meditation, both mental and physical, are becoming widely accepted these days and instructors from the The Bright Path Canada were on...

Free senior-oriented classes available in Little Current this February

LITTLE CURRENT—Seniors and other interested parties are welcome to attend a series of elder-focused workshops on Wednesdays throughout February at the Little Current Public...

Great response shown by Island residents to helping save deer

MANITOULIN—If deer are in trouble, people will help! This is the message that could come from this year’s severe winter conditions that...
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