Concerns with provincial development limitations spread to the mainland

GORE BAY—Wollaston Township has expressed the same concerns raised by the Manitoulin Planning Board (MPB) to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing (MMAH),...

Lakeview School wins Biidaaban Classic Hockey Tournament

SAGAMOK FIRST NATION–Lakeview School from the M’Chigeeng First Nation once again demonstrated its ice hockey prowess by winning the A division championship at the 25th annual...

NDP outline proposed new dental plan

TORONTO—The Ontario NDP chose to announce their new $1.2 billion dental plan on Monday just as the government was delivering the Throne Speech for...

Tourism Association seeks partnerships to manage Manitoulin’s top attractions

MANITOULIN—Since the Northeast Town council declined a request from the Manitoulin Tourism Association (MTA) to take over the responsibility of the Cup and Saucer...

Vets’ remains cared for in dignified manner, says official

Tom Sasvari The Recorder MANITOWANING—While the president of the War Pensioners of Canada (WPC) is vowing to make sure the remains of Canadian veterans are taken...

Fisheries and Oceans working on measures to prevent Great Lakes Asian carp invasion

OWEN SOUND—The Minister of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) told a meeting in Owen Sound last week that the federal government has to remain vigilant...

NDP health critic agrees province needs to live up to promises for long term...

GORE BAY—The only way to make long term care concerns known is by making those concerns heard, said MPP France Gelinas, NPD health critic,...

Ongoing costs concern Billings council as it considers assuming Kagawong light

MANITOULIN—Modern technology has sent many once-vital goods and services tumbling into the dustbin of history and too often that includes buildings with historical and...

OPP Constable Al Boyd receives MTO Road Safety Achievement Award

MANITOULIN—Manitoulin Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Constable Al Boyd is the recipient of a 2013 Road Safety Achievement Award through the Ministry of Transportation (MTO). Constable...

Wikwemikong band members adopt constitution by overwhelming margin

WIKWEMIKONG—In an historical vote Saturday, Wikwemikong band members ratified the G’Chi-Naaknigewin, the community constitution, by a 72 percent vote in favour of advocating the...

Manitoulin Mustangs rank third in Sudbury District league play

Headed for tournament play this month LITTLE CURRENT—The boys in gold and black are holding their own so far this season and have been stabling...

Sheguiandah First Nation political standoff hits month mark

SHEGUIANDAH FIRST NATION—Today, Wednesday, August 22, marks day 30 of the protest on the Sheguiandah First Nation which has the community at odds over...
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