Injured workers hold demonstration to raise awareness

KAGAWONG—Donning bright yellow t-shirts, members of the MNIWG (Manitoulin North Shore Injured Workers Group) were on hand during Kagawong Summer Fest  to hold a...

Manitoulin Trading Post marks 25 anniversary

SHEGUIANDAH FIRST NATION—What began in 1970 as a business venture into the First Nation doll business, known then as the Ojibway Country Craft Centre,...

Expositor receives plenty of attention following cougar video release

ONTARIO—Following the release of The Expositor story and video giving conclusive proof of an eastern cougar on a Gordon/Barrie Island property last week, word...

Race traces the paddle strokes of the voyageurs

MANITOULIN—The loss of a fellow officer always strikes close to home for the close knit members of the law enforcement community, whether it happens...

Northeast Town council outraged over insurance company’s conduct with municipal tender process

LITTLE CURRENT—The Northeast Town held an emergency meeting last week, expressing their outrage that the town’s insurance company, AVIVA Insurance, took it upon themselves...

The Assiginack Public Library marks 75 years of dedicated service

MANITOWANING—On July 22, the Assiginack Public Library celebrated its 75th birthday (the actual date was some time in April) with lemonade, cake and a...

7th annual Crystal Shawanda Homecoming Concert showcases talent both locally and from across Canada

WIKWEMIKONG—It was an afternoon of boot stomping, guitar picking and motorcycle revving at the 7th annual Crystal Shawanda Homecoming Concert at her hometown of...

Métis cultural experience comes to Manitoulin

 MANITOWANING—Opportunities to interact and learn about First Nations culture abound on Manitoulin, with a plethora of powwows and workshops available in all of the...

Art project studies history through the eyes of the child

MANITOULIN—Most people have heard the Hans Christian Andersen fable ‘The Emperor’s New Clothe s’ wherein a young child unmasks a con artist’s ploy to...

Mindemoya cyclist prepares for 11th fundraising tour boost

CALEDON—Mindemoya cyclist Dale Scott is preparing to embark on his 11th Tour for Kids Ontario—a four-day 650 km bicycle ride that supports camps for...

Tradition rules at the 54th annual Wikwemikong Cultural Festival

WIKWEMIKONG—It was a weekend of celebration—celebrating culture, history, tradition and the Anishnaabek way of life—at the 54th annual Wikwemikong Cultural Festival.The weekend got underway...

Northeast Town council reviews term strategic plan achievements

LITTLE CURRENT—Last month, town CAO Dave Williamson reviewed how the Northeast Town council had met most of the goals set out in the municipality’s...
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