Special cans for a special cause

LITTLE CURRENT—Manitoulin Brewing Company was also in its first year of operation when Pride came to the Island. It offered a natural opportunity to...

Anishinabek Nation chief reelected

Deputy grand chief Glen Hare acclaimed CURVE LAKE— Incumbent Grand Council Chief Patrick Madahbee was returned for another three-year term to the head of the...

COVID-19 supportive care centre talks favour a centralized model

MANITOULIN - The COVID-19 isolation and community-run supportive care centres’ planning group on Manitoulin Island continues to explore the feasibility of having...

Mustang boys place second in B division finals

MANITOULIN—The Manitoulin Secondary School Mustang boys’ hockey team went head-to-head against the St. Benedict Bears in the B Division final series on Monday night....

Wiky’s Autumn Peltier tapped to speak at UN

Freshwater enthusiast slated for UN’s Water Day WIIKWEMKOONG—Wiikwemkoong water advocate Autumn Peltier has earned a name for herself and her cause internationally, being nominated for...

Marilea overall winner of North Channel Race Week

NORTH CHANNEL - The 2019 North Channel Race Week (NCRW) closed out this past Friday, July 26. The five...

Volunteers asked to partake in Manitoulin nocturnal owl survey

MANITOULIN—Bird Studies Canada is looking for Island volunteers with a keen sense of hearing to participate in two Ontario nocturnal owl survey routes as...

Now & Then: Joanne and Jim Smith

Joanne and Jim Smith This popular, well-known Island couple lives on a spectacularly flowered, treed and watered sanctuary. Their...

Reductions to public health announced in provincial budget

SUDBURY—The provincial government’s budget of Thursday, April 11, announced a plan to massively change how public health services are structured in Ontario...

Pedestrian and dog hit in Saturday snowstorm

LITTLE CURRENT - Just after 7 pm Saturday, a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle at the intersection of Hayward and Vankoughnet...

PHSD reports new cases of COVID-19

April 16, 2020, 1:30 p.m. – Public Health Sudbury & Districts is reporting new COVID-19 cases in residents in our service area...