- 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
- Wiky chief, council pass Children’s Bill of Rights
- Mindemoya now hosts new Credit Union branch
All posts tagged "spring bay"
Spring Bay family survives suspected arson
Credit family’s dogs with sounding 2 am alarm, saving family SPRING BAY—The Manitoulin Ontario Provincial Police detachment is investigating a suspected case of arson at a Spring Bay farm residence on Sunday, October 13 around 2 am....
- Posted October 23, 2013
Spring Bay and Manitowaning both win Harvest Glory Days
MANITOULIN—The first Harvest Glory Days friendly community challenge has been judged, as promised, following Thanksgiving Weekend and with surprising and unexpected results. There are a pair of winners, not just one as had been planned: they are...
- Posted October 23, 2013
Couple encounters four bears near their Spring Bay home
SPRING BAY—Having been harassed by one bear two years ago was enough for a Spring Bay couple, but they were recently paid a visit by four more bears. “We had four bears on our front lawn this...
- Posted August 31, 2012
Municipality looks for input concerning crisis with landfills
MINDEMOYA—The municipality of Central Manitoulin is in a “crisis” situation as the lifespan of its landfills is estimated to be less than two years. This prompted the municipality to host a public meeting to discuss the situation...
- Posted August 24, 2012
Senior housing complex to be constructed in M’Chigeeng
Tom Sasvari The Recorder M’CHIGEENG—The vision of members of the Anishinaabemowin Gamig Elders Language Activity Centre (AGELAC) to one day open a senior housing complex in M’Chigeeng will soon become a reality as work on this new...
- Posted August 10, 2012
Dry conditions, crop losses threaten livestock cycle
MANITOULIN—“This has just been a terrible year,” is how Gordon Township farmer Morris Hore summed up the summer season. Dry weather conditions has caused trouble for farmers across the Island, with water holes drying up, an increase...
- Posted August 8, 2012
It’s great to be eh Canadian! Canada Day weekend roundup
by Robin Burridge MANITOULIN—With the Canada Day weekend just around the corner, Manitoulin communities across the Island have a wide variety of activities planned to suit all ages and interests. In Mindemoya, this Canada Day will mark...
- Posted June 27, 2012
Lots left in Taste of Manitoulin schedule
MANITOULIN—Even though Taste of Manitoulin events have been taking place since last Friday, June 8, there’s still plenty of time to get a taste of Island life before the festival is over. Events on Wednesday, June 13:...
- Posted June 13, 2012
Over 200 volunteers turn out to help complete beach playground
Tom Sasvari The Recorder PROVIDENCE BAY—It would be hard to determine who had the broadest smile on their face: the children who will wholeheartedly enjoy the new playground at the Providence Bay beach, or the 200 volunteers...
- Posted May 4, 2012
Support sought for health, recreation complex proposal
Tom Sasvari The Recorder MINDEMOYA—Central Manitoulin municipal council has given its approval in principle, to a health-recreation complex proposal, being spearheaded by licenced dietician Petra Wall of Spring Bay. “This was brought forward by our EDO (economic...
- Posted April 27, 2012