- 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
- Wiky chief, council pass Children’s Bill of Rights
- Mindemoya now hosts new Credit Union branch
- Freezing rain likely Wednesday
- Sheg First Nation chooses Richard Shawanda as chief
- Island athlete lands full university scholarship
- Ontario Geological Survey raises spectre of fracking on Manitoulin Island
- Winter accidents claim two lives
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IJC may allow Georgian Bay to drop another 1.25 metres, Sierra Club says
MIDLAND—The International Joint Commission (IJC) may be intending to allow water levels in Lake Huron and Georgian Bay to drop by more than 1.25 metres (four feet) below current levels. Those levels are already at historically low...
- Posted August 17, 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
Manitoulin cycle rally ranked No. 1 event for 2012
by Robin Burridge MANITOULIN—Central Manitoulin’s Ride Manitoulin has been named the number one motorcycle event in Ontario this summer by Northern Ontario Travel. Last summer was Ride Manitoulin’s inaugural event. Held at the Providence Bay fairgrounds, the...
- Posted March 28, 2012
MNR provides positive response to fish and game clubs’ pilot project
Tom Sasvari The Recorder GORE BAY—The concept of a fish hatchery-cage pilot project has received a positive response from the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR). A productive meeting was held at the Gore Bay Legion on Monday,...
- Posted March 2, 2012
Wikwemikong islands claim progressing
by Alicia McCutcheon WIKWEMIKONG—During a recent meeting with staff of the Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Reserve land claims department, The Expositor learned that Manitoulin’s largest First Nations community was not informed of a recent visit to members of...
- Posted January 25, 2012
S.S. Norisle cleanup means historic ship one step closer to dry dock, refit and renos
by Robin Burridge MANITOWANING—After months of work, phase one of the S.S. Norisle refit is almost complete. With assistance from the federal Job Creation Program (JCP), the S.S. Norisle Steamship Society Inc. was able to hire a...
- Posted January 11, 2012
Islanders should aggressively plan replacement species for ash trees
Perhaps our Manitoulin community can learn a lesson from the loss of nearly 100 percent of the Central Canadian elm tree population 40 years ago in light of current news about a pest set to savage the...
- Posted November 23, 2011
FREDERICK “FRED” MARSHALL
It is with sorrow that we announce the passing of Fred Marshall at the St. Joseph’s General Hospital in Elliot Lake on October 14, 2011 at the age of 72. Loving husband of Sheila Marshall (nee Rumley)...
- Posted October 19, 2011
Henrietta McKerchie passed away on October 2, 2011. She was born on October 13, 1923 in West Bay, Manitoulin Island, Ontario, Canada. Henrietta loved to play bingo and enjoyed camping and moose hunting with her brothers and...
- Posted October 12, 2011
Public input a vital part of Great Lakes study process
To the Expositor: During July and August, the International Upper Great Lakes Study Board held a dozen public meetings in the United States and Canada, and received comments on the second and final phase of its study...
- Posted October 5, 2011