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by Aurora Ominika-Enosse Aanii! It’s Aurora again and I’m back again for my third week, I really do enjoy writing these articles and I really...

Assiginack Public Library Feature

Will Ferguson is a prominent Canadian author whose factual integrity and witty candour are fully appreciated by his readers. His books are well-researched, entertaining...

Providence Bay News and Notes

Hello everyone, how was your week? We saw Abe Oakes wearing his Toronto Maple Leafs coat the other day. He only wears it when the...

Tehkummah Talk and Times

Somehow today I was watching the Dinosaur Block Party on Knowledge “Kids.” It was so cute I don’t know why I don’t watch these...

Little Current Library News

What’s new at your library? With weather finally turning milder, Island residents are looking to re-connect with neighbours and join into activities. The Library at...

Ice Chips and Canoe Quips

Panthers’ Wrap All four Manitoulin Panthers’ teams ended their league play this past weekend as they played in their respective Nickel District League playoffs. Panther’s president...

Northeast Town Council Notes

Council approves 2015 budget The Northeast Town council approved the 2015 draft municipal budget at the last council meeting. The budget marks a 4.55 percent...

Providence Bay News and Notes

Joy Hopkins, we hope you will be feeling better soon, from your friends at Community of Christ in Providence Bay. We hope everyone on the...

Ice Chips and Canoe Quips

Island Basketball Championships The annual Manitoulin Elementary Basketball Championships took place this past week. The girls’ tournament went down up in Little Current. There were...

Farm Facts and Furrows

What is the BUILD Leadership Program? The BUILD Leadership Program is a training program for beef farmers, designed to develop and improve the leadership skills...

M.S.S. Kids in the Hall

The Mustangs are officially on March Break! Students are relaxing at home, teachers are catching up on sleep, and everyone is super happy with...

Central Manitoulin Council Notes

March 12 meeting Bradley McAllister Memorial declared a community festival Council passed a motion at its March 12 meeting, moved by Councillor Derek Stephens and seconded by...