- OPP urges residents to be wary of ice conditions
- OPP launches Licence Plate Recognition Program
- Sheguiandah First Nation welcomes back UCCM policing
- Rogers beefs up Island cell service
- Letter from Johannesburg
- Power outages on Manitoulin due to car accident
- UCCM Anishnaabe Police service return to police Sheguiandah First Nation
- OPP charge Gore Bay man with child pornography offences
- Manitoulin groups attend Kincardine hearing, oppose nuclear waste disposal site
- Little Current Lions celebrate 75 years
All posts tagged "algoma"
Changes to AMK, other Northern riding boundaries resisted
SUDBURY––An Islander attending the electoral boundaries commission meeting in Sudbury on October 11 might easily have developed a bit of a rejection complex, as one after another representatives stood before the commission and argued against being forced...
- Posted October 17, 2012
MOE Healthy Lakes meeting will take place on Manitoulin
MANITOULIN—Thanks to the lobbying efforts of the Manitoulin Area Stewardship Council (MASC) and Algoma-Manitoulin MPP Michael Mantha, the Ministry of the Environment (MOE) will be holding a public meeting on Manitoulin Island concerning the proposed Great Lakes...
- Posted August 17, 2012
Relative of Manitowaning family missing in Elliot Lake tragedy
Tom Sasvari The Recorder ELLIOT LAKE—A second casualty was confirmed on Wednesday in the Elliot Lake tragedy after a portion of the roof of the Algo Centre Mall collapsed on Saturday afternoon. Premier Dalton McGuinty had announced...
- Posted June 29, 2012
Evansville man lobbies for change to ATV laws
Tom Sasvari The Recorder EVANSVILLE—Ed Wright is lobbying the Burpee-Mills Township council in hopes it will consider its own motion to allow the use of side-by-side vehicles on town roads, similar to a motion recently passed by...
- Posted June 15, 2012
NDP supports budget
by Stacey Lavallie QUEEN’S PARK—Leaders from the provincial Liberal Party and the New Democratic Party (NDP) found a middle ground regarding changes to the 2012 budget on the afternoon of Monday, April 23, the day before the...
- Posted April 25, 2012
Chief Joe Hare bans Children’s Aid from entering M’Chigeeng territory
by Alicia McCutcheon M’CHIGEENG—M’Chigeeng Chief Joe Hare is seeking assurance from the Children’s Aid Society (CAS) of the Districts of Manitoulin and Sudbury that an overly aggressive approach of removing children from their homes will never be...
- Posted April 18, 2012
Dawson residents lobby for Island-wide cellular service
Tom Sasvari The Recorder MELDRUM BAY—The Dawson Citizens Improvement Association (DCIA) is asking for support from Algoma-Manitoulin MPP Mike Mantha for help in its lobbying to get cell phone service in their area, as part of the...
- Posted February 17, 2012
Changes to Old Age Security should have been election issue, says MP Carol Hughes
The Recorder OTTAWA—Canadians planning to retire at 65 with a little help from public pension plans are staring at a curve-ball thrown by the government, as the federal Tories are set to change the eligibility rules for...
- Posted February 3, 2012
Ontario Federation of Agriculture calls for halt of expansion of wind turbine plans
GUELPH—Escalating concerns about industrial wind turbines has prompted the Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) to urge the province of Ontario to suspend further development until farm families and rural residents are assured that their interests are adequately...
- Posted January 25, 2012
NDP asks motorists to report dangerous roads
Tom Sasvari The Recorder QUEEN’S PARK—Ontario’s New Democrats are asking drivers in Northern Ontario to help put together a record of all the provincial highways that are poorly maintained this winter. The new NDP Northern Road Report...
- Posted January 20, 2012