Decoration Day calendar seeks to raise repair funds for war memorial

SPRING BAY—Proceeds raised from the sale of a new Decoration Day Calendar will go towards necessary renovation work to be done to the Manitoulin...

Hundreds of cyclists to explore the Island this weekend for the 4th annual Manitoulin...

by Robin Burridge MANITOULIN—Manitoulin Island Cycling Advocates (MICA), organizers of the 4th annual Manitoulin Passage Ride, are anticipating 130 cyclists this weekend, including 80 participants...

Prov Bay chicken farmer appeal refused by agriculture ministry

PROVIDENCE BAY—An Appeals Tribunal of the Ministry of Agriculture has rejected just about all of the issues raised in an appeal by local chicken...

Planning Board agrees to look at some form of weighted voting process

GORE BAY—The Manitoulin Planning Board (MPB) has agreed it is willing to look at some type of weighted voting process, as has been proposed...

Split Rail Brewery project hits a snag

KAGAWONG—The proposed agreement between Split Rail Brewery and Billings Township for the brewery to lease space in the township marina building as part of...

Manitoulin residents recognized provincially for volunteer efforts

SUDBURY—The Province of Ontario has recognized nine Manitoulin Island residents for their volunteering efforts, receiving volunteer service awards on May 22 at a ceremony...

Ontario Votes 2014

During the past decade-and-a-half, according to the Ontario Road Builders’ Association, the winter maintenance standards for Ontario highways have been adjusted several times in...

New North Channel race sails into Little Current this summer

NORTH CHANNEL—The Little Current Yacht Club (LCYC), along with the Algoma Sailing Club (ASC) and the North Channel Yacht Club (NCYC), are launching a...

Snow White and the Niizhwaawi Pahiinsag

M’CHIGEENG—Lakeview School in M’Chigeeng First Nation presented its original production of Snow White and the Niizhwaawi Pahiinsag (Seven Dwarves) last week combining wonderful music,...

Kagawong’s newest addition, ‘Art Supply World,’ opens its doors

KAGAWONG—When artist Anong Beam had an opportunity to represent Canada’s artists during a visit to China, she not only stayed for a month, but...

Island youth learn where to ‘draw-the-line’ on sexual abuse and assault at Island event...

M’CHIGEENG—Island students from Grade 6 and up were invited to attend a group discussion at Manitoulin Secondary School (MSS) on May 22 as part...

Perivale Gallery in Spring Bay recognized with Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor.ca

SPRING BAY—Perivale Gallery in Spring Bay has recently been awarded the 2014 Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor.ca. “Now in its fourth year, the award...
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