Channel View Drop-In celebrates over 20 years of Christmas dinners

LITTLE CURRENT—For over 20 years, the fine folks at the Channel View Drop-in Centre in Little Current have gathered for a free community Christmas...

Annual KTEI Snowflake Gala impresses crowd with culinary flare and live entertainment

M’CHIGEENG—The sixth annual Kenjgewin Teg Educational Institute’s (KTEI) Snowflake Gala was an overwhelming success, with sold out tickets, live music and a five-star dinner...

Help fill an ambulance with Christmas spirit

MANITOULIN—The Manitoulin-Sudbury District Services Board (DSB), which provides Emergency Medical Services (EMS) in the LaCloche and Manitoulin Island areas, has organized two food basket...

Prov Bay congregation celebrates dedication of new hymnal

PROVIDENCE BAY—The sound of music, actually new music, rang out in the Community of Christ Church in Providence Bay on December 1, the first...

Three Manitoulin organizations get an early Christmas present from Trillium

MANITOULIN—Christmas came early this year for three Manitoulin organizations who all received grants from the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF): the Manitoulin Island Country Club,...

Central Manitoulin Notes

Municipal offices closed December 27 A motion was passed to close the municipal offices on December 27 and allowing staff to use accumulated overtime to...

Over 900 head of cattle sold in Manitoulin Livestock Exchange’s first year of operation

ASSIGINACK—The last cattle sale of the year for the Manitoulin Livestock Exchange (MLE) took place on Saturday at the property of Dave McDowell south...

Little Current blade sharpening business has it down to a science

LITTLE CURRENT—Dale Baker knows a thing or two about skates, figure and hockey-speaking, having spent the past couple of decades putting an edge on...

Little Current resident shows off Dickens Christmas village

LITTLE CURRENT—Haweater Lois Bond truly loves Christmas, which is evident from her collection of snow globes, snowbabies and homemade decorations, but her most impressive...

Chief Joseph Endanawas re-elected in Sheshegwaning

SHESHEGWANING—Incumbent Chief Joseph Endanawas was returned to the head of the Sheshegwaning First Nation council table in the band’s November 16 election. Chief Joseph Endanawas...

Mindemoya Christmas bird count No. 40 on December 14

MANITOULIN—This upcoming Mindemoya Christmas bird count on Saturday, December 14 will mark the 40th annual count. The count was started in 1974 in order to...

Manitoulin medical mentors recognized by NOSM board

THUNDER BAY—Two Manitoulin medical mentors were recognized by the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) at the school’s annual board dinner last week in...