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Providence Bay News & Notes

Condolences go out to the family of Merle Solomon (nee Oakes) who was born in Providence Bay back in 1922. She was predeceased by...

Providence Bay News and Notes – Dec 20-17

Peter and Janet Fathers have returned from a month-long road trip. Their first stop was in Fernie, BC to visit their eldest son who...

House Call with Carol Hughes

Change to committee structure offers hope for electoral reform Democracy was well served in the House of Commons this week when New Democrats secured a...

Assiginack Public Library Feature

By Debbie Robinson Canadian author J.E. Barnard’s novel ‘When the Flood Falls’ features ex-RCMP Corporal Lacey McCrae. She moves...

Ice Chips and Canoe Quips

Island product, hoists provincial AAA trophy Congratulations to southern Ontario’s Dylan Bond who plays defense for the Mississauga Rebels 2000 (Bantam) team who ended a...

House Call with Carol Hughes

Let’s be heard on broadband for the North The problems with Internet connectivity in Northern Ontario are well documented and it is ironic that this...

Providence Bay News and Notes

The monthly breakfast held at The Providence Bay Curling Club last Thursday was busier then anticipated. There were over 50 people that attended! What a great...

On the Lakes

with Buck Longhurst GORE BAY—On October 1, 2010, the then Minister of Finance, the Honourable Jim Flaherty along with the Honourable Stockwell Day, then President...

House Call with Carol Hughes

Loblaws carbon fund announcement was an avoidable disaster The announcement that Loblaws secured $12 million from the government’s Low...

Tehkummah Talk & Times

Friendly Fly You could be called a friendly fly Or you could be called annoying.

Central Manitoulin Council Notes

Property Committee Property committee members Alex Baran and Dale Scott recommended to council that a public meeting be held to discuss the terms of reference...

Tehkummah Talk and Times

The birthday party was well attended on Tuesday afternoon. The music, as always, was super. Thanks Peter, Lyle, Harold and Norm, Mum sang a...