Sierra Club hopeful that government will maintain promise to direct more funds towards the...

  ONTARIO—A representative of the Sierra Club of Ontario and the co-chair of Restore Our Water International (ROWI), Mary Muter, is hopeful that the Canadian...

Vianet looks to upgrade Internet services in Billings, West End

  KAGAWONG—Internet provider Vianet is looking to upgrade its equipment and services in the Billings township area. “In Kagawong we have a good customer base and...

Manitoulin Lodge will remain open

GORE BAY—The administrator of the Manitoulin Lodge Nursing Home in Gore Bay, sat down with the Recorder last Friday to dispel several misconceptions and...

Rainbow high schools host Information Nights for Grade 8 students

MANITOULIN—Grade 8 students and their parents/guardians are invited to information nights at Rainbow secondary schools in Sudbury, Espanola and Manitoulin. All students are welcome...

Icebreaker to visit Lafarge terminal this week

GEORGIAN BAY—The Canadian Coast Guard, in partnership with the United States Coast Guard and the Ontario Provincial Police, wishes to warn today of potentially...

Manitoulin municipalities and First Nations to host Business Resource Showcase

Event to be held in Mindemoya January 21 MANITOULIN—Manitoulin Island municipalities and First Nations, in partnership with LAMBAC and Waubetek Business Development Corporation, are set...

MSS students’ fundraising will build new school in Haiti

SHARE/Go Green Committee meets its goal M’CHIGEENG—January 12 marked the 6th anniversary of the catastrophic earthquake that rocked the island nation of Haiti, killing upwards...

No material loss from errant fish cages, Coldwater Fisheries director

LITTLE CURRENT—The collision of a set of Coldwater Fisheries fish cages with a pylon of the Little Current Swing Bridge on the early morning...

Alzheimers Awareness Month Circle of Hope taking place in Mindemoya

MINDEMOYA—As the population continues to grow older, with advances in medicine and greater lifestyle awareness taking hold, incidents of dementia are becoming a greater...

Little Current Public Library starts a new chapter

Community welcomes librarian Jake Marion LITTLE CURRENT—The Little Current Public Library has hired a new head librarian, Jake Marion. Hailing from Ottawa, Mr. Marion’s first day...

Wiky family welcomes 2016 New Year’s baby

LITTLE CURRENT—The first Haweater baby of the New Year was a few days late this year, arriving on Monday, January 4 at the Little...

Island students meet 2015 Nobel Prize winner in physics

SUDBURY—Manitoulin Secondary School (MSS) science students had the experience of a lifetime recently when they travelled to Sudbury to hear a talk from and...