MSS runner posts personal best times at provincials

M’CHIGEENG—James Scott, a Manitoulin Secondary School (MSS) runner, certainly did his best at the Ontario Federation of Secondary School Athletic Association (OFSSAA) championships. Erin Rose,...

Sierra Club rep pans new plans to stem Asian carp from reaching Great Lakes

ONTARIO––Plans announced by the Asian Carp Regional Coordinating Committee (ACRCC) as a new plan of attack to stem Asian carp from reaching the Great...

Manitoulin Group of Companies and Staff Raise Money for Fort McMurray

Donates Transportation Services to Deliver Essential Supplies  Mississauga, Ontario -- June 8, 2016 -- Manitoulin Group of Companies and its staff across the country have...

Communities celebrates expansion of Noojmowin Teg-Mnaamodzawin

AUNDECK OMNI KANING—Earlier this week, staff, community members and dignitaries came together to celebrate the grand opening of phase two of the Noojmowin Teg-Mnaamodzawin...

Sold out event draws 220 riders for Manitoulin Passage Ride 2016

MANITOULIN—The annual Manitoulin Passage Ride has once again been hailed as a major success for the Manitoulin Island Cycling Advocates (MICA), who host the...

Community Living celebrates support with open house barbecue

MINDEMOYA—May was Community Living Month and Community Living Manitoulin celebrated by holding an open house barbecue on Thursday, May 26 at their Mindemoya residential...

Multimedia exhibit at Ojibwe Cultural demonstrates breadth of Native art

M’CHIGEENG—The Eastern Woodland style of First Nation art pioneered by Norval Morriseau and Daphne Odjig has become so familiar as to almost define the...

Decoration Day observance draws stalwart crowd to Memorial Gardens

SPRING BAY—Braving light rains on Sunday, many gathered at the Manitoulin District Cenotaph to mark Decoration Day on June 5 and the many contributions...

Assiginack Museum marks its 60th anniversary

MANITOWANING—Under a beaming June sun, the Assiginack Museum marked its 60th anniversary at its Manitowaning grounds Saturday, complete with a history lesson, musical entrainment...

Outside Looking In dancers perform at the Sony Centre

TORONTO—A class of Wikwemikong High School students had the experience of a lifetime when they took to the stage of the Sony Centre in...

Government seeks public input on proposed cage aquaculture guideline changes

Georgian Bay Association representative voices opposition to expansion of cage aquaculture on Great Lakes MANITOULIN—The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) and Ministry of...

Bracebridge author shares passion for creative living June 25 – 26 in Gore Bay

GORE BAY—Author and expressive arts therapist Elke Scholz will present a rainbow of creative expression options during a visit to Manitoulin June 25 to...