Salmon Classic, Manitoulin Island gets much love from southwestern Ontario

LONDON—Manitoulin Island was well represented in southwestern Ontario last weekend as a team from The Manitoulin Expositor represented the Salmon Classic, This is Manitoulin,...

Shades of Our Sisters celebrates the lives behind the statistics

ESPANOLA—Numbers are sterile. They stand stark and impersonal on the newsprint page or echo passionless in our ears as we listen to the Six...

Three Island youth to represent zone at the District H Legion public speaking competition

ONAPING Falls—Three Island youth placed first at the Zone H3 Royal Canadian Legion Public Speaking competition in Onaping Falls last weekend and will be...

Anishinabek mourn the passing of Chief Richard Shawanda

UOI OFFICES (June 24, 2015 ) – Anishinabek Nation Grand Council Chief Patrick Madahbee expresses his deepest condolences to the family of Chief Richard...

Wikwemikong High School celebrates 15 years of athletic excellence

WIKWEMIKONG— Wikwemikong High School athletes, parents and coaches gathered last Wednesday evening at the school for the 15th annual Warriors Athletics Banquet. “Wikwemikong High School opened...

Revised school year calendar in effect for Rainbow secondary schools

A revised school year calendar is now in effect for Rainbow District School Board’s secondary schools which re-opened to students and staff on May...

Spring Bay cottager upset when his trailer simply towed away

SPRING BAY—Last week, Alan Gallant received a most unsettling Facebook message from his Spring Bay neighbour. Mr. Gallant lives in Nova Scotia but, until...

Elementary teachers work to rule, MSS counterparts remain on strike

TORONTO—The Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO) began work to rule job actions on Monday, May 11 following a failure to reach a new...

Hydro One forestry techs talk trees with Assiginack students

ASSIGINACK—“We get to drive a lot of neat equipment,” admitted Hydro One Regional Forestry Technician Dan Todd under cross-examination by the Grade 4 students...

More antlerless tags available on Island

Pending the completion of ministry approval MANITOULIN—Following a meeting of the Manitoulin Deer Advisory Committee with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF), the...

Manitowaning welcomes Lightfoot Bikes to business community

MANITOWANING—The vision of a Manitoulin owned and operated bike shop that began with teenage entrepreneur Justin Tilson of Honora Bay and the Bike Medic...

Manitoulin Secondary School teachers on strike and off the job

Rainbow board second in Ontario to face secondary teachers’ walkout M’CHIGEENG—Manitoulin Secondary School hallways were silent Monday morning as secondary school teachers with the Rainbow...