Poetry, painting and calligraphy on display at Ravenseyrie studio

Working out of her Ravenseyrie studio and gallery located in the Gore Bay Harbour Centre, poet, painter and calligrapher Lynne Gerard creates contemplative and...

Kenj graduates set to take on the world as proud Anishinaabe

M’CHIGEENG—Graduates of Kenjgewin Teg Educational Institute Class of 2014 processed into the tent set up beside the M’Chigeeng powwow grounds in front of proud...

Carl’s Trading Post in South Baymouth celebrates 50 years in business

SOUTH BAYMOUTH—It was business as usual while more than 50 members of the Brown family, along with cousins, friends and community, celebrated the 50th...

Government Road bridge replacement project on schedule

TEHKUMMAH—Tehkummah Reeve Gary Brown said he’s “pretty happy with the way things are going” regarding the reconstruction of the Government Road bridge that crosses...

Manitoulin Art Tour rolls out this weekend across the Island

MANITOULIN—The Manitoulin Art Tour is on this weekend! From Friday, July 18 to Sunday, July 20, over 100 artists will showcase their work in...

Gore Bay New Moon Festival to highlight Northern jazz and poetry

GORE BAY—The Gore Bay Museum in partnership with the Manitoulin Writers’ Circle will be hosting the inaugural New Moon Festival next weekend, July 26-27,...

Debbie Robinson elevated to Country Music Hall of Fame

TEHKUMMAH—The Northern Ontario Country Music Association (NOCMA) presented a Hall of Fame Inductee Celebration Show and Dance in honour of Debbie Robinson being inducted...

$1.4 million Mindemoya drain drain project hits literal rocks

MINDEMOYA—The Mindemoya Drain/Yonge Street reconstruction project in Central Manitoulin has had a bit of a rocky history, eventually becoming a major issue in the...

International and Northern artists collaborate to explore colonial connections

SHEGUIANDAH—‘Animating the Archives,’ an offshoot of 4elements Living Art’s Bonnie Blink Project, brought together a variety of artists from both Northern Ontario and Scotland...

US World War I veteran’s Silver Star recognized with plaque

LITTLE CURRENT—Charles Albert Golden served under General John (Black Jack) Pershing during the punitive expedition chasing Mexican revolutionary Pancho Villa before the First World...

Manitowaning Summerfest sure to be a smashing good time

MANITOWANING—The 32nd annual Southeast Manitoulin Lions Club Summerfest in Manitowaning this weekend, July 18 to 20, is sure to be a smashing good time!The...

Duke Peltier seeks re-election as chief of Wikwemikong

WIKWEMIKONG—The list, as of July 10, is in for those seeking office in the August 16 election for chief and council of the Wikwemikong...
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