Ontario Votes 2014

Ontario’s municipal taxpayers, particularly those living in rural regions of the province such as Manitoulin Island, have had the costs of many services previously...

Manitoulin encourages Islanders to ‘Draw the Line’ on sexual violence in light of National...

MANITOULIN—The M’Nidoo Minissing Coalition Against Domestic Violence will be hosting two events this week for Sexual Assault Awareness Month, both featuring special guest Julie...

JUNO Award winners Digging Roots wow Raising Spirits

MANITOULIN—Sitting in the main hall of the Manitoulin Hotel and Conference Centre with a couple of hundred social worker types attending the Raising the...

Perivale Gallery celebrates 33rd season with gallery favourites and exciting new artists

SPRING BAY—The Perivale Gallery hosted its season opening last Sunday, celebrating its 33rd year as one of Northern Ontario’s premier galleries.“We are very excited...

Bluegrass in the Country promises another year of great entertainment

PROVIDENCE BAY—It’s the bluegrass event fans have been waiting patiently for—Bluegrass in the Country, the annual toe-tapping good time for a great cause. The...

Green Living Expo rocks Kagawong Park Centre

KAGAWONG—The Green Living Expo held at Kagawong’s Park Centre was packed throughout the day with people eager to learn more about all things green...

Northeast Town cellular phone users complain of service disruption, believe wind turbine farm might...

NORTHEAST TOWN—A Honora Bay resident says that her cellphone service has been disrupted since the turbines of the McLean’s Mountain Wind Farm began turning...

Mindemoya Youth Group solves mystery at Gordon’s Park

TEHKUMMAH—Manitoulin Island is blessed with a beautiful, natural landscape and there are many fun and unique outdoor experiences that those of us who live...

Heritage quilts on display at the Centennial Museum of Sheguiandah

SHEGUIANDAH—The Centennial Museum of Sheguiandah has delved into its collection of local treasures to reveal a stunning collection of heritage quilts that normally lie...

Sudbury two-time gold medalist inspires Whitefish River First Nation community

WHITEFISH RIVER FIRST NATION—Whitefish River First Nation (WRFN) had a special visit last Sunday from two-time gold medalist Rebecca Johnston of Sudbury, who travelled...

Little Current sewage smoke test IDs sewer infiltration problem linked to sewage overflow into...

LITTLE CURRENT—Spring showers last month combined with snow melt and infiltration into the sewers caused the system to overload and back up, exhausting sewage...

Manitoulin scratches its way onto the electronic dance music scene with new festival this...

LITTLE CURRENT—This summer will mark a first for Manitoulin as it plays host to some of the hottest DJs in Canada at the Frec...
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