Iconic hardware store celebrates 90 years

MINDEMOYA—As the Williamson family of Mindemoya busies themselves with the 90th anniversary celebrations for the iconic hardware and sporting goods business D.A. Williamson and...

Hospital board AGM reveals many challenges met, surpassed

by Nancy McDermidLITTLE CURRENT—A challenging year for the Manitoulin Health Centre Corporation (MHC) has resulted in a positive outcome due to the work of...

Anglican bishop visits Holy Trinity as church celebrates 125 years

by Robin BurridgeLITTLE CURRENT—The Bishop of Algoma, Lord Bishop Stephen Andrews, attended the 125th anniversary celebration of the Holy Trinity Anglican Church last weekend.The...

New group seeks another Junior A hockey franchise for Manitoulin

by Alicia McCutcheonMANITOULIN—On the heels of the announcement that the Manitoulin Islanders Junior 'A' Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League (NOJHL) team would be heading...

Wiky council set to switch energy focus to solar power

by Robin BurridgeWIKWEMIKONG—On June 14, the Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Reserve officially announced the removal of wind turbines from their Renewable Energy Plan. This decision...

Wiky Nursing Home regains beds; families able to reunite

by Nancy McDermidWIKWEMIKONG—Admissions to the Wikwemikong Nursing Home have resumed as of May 24 following the lifting of sanctions and approval by the Ministry...

Kenjgewin Teg Educational Institute opens new facility

by Alicia McCutcheonM'CHIGEENG—Despite the driving rain and thunderstorms overhead, the spirits of those who came to celebrate the grand opening of Kenjgewin Teg Educational...

Wiky council drops wind turbine project from its renewable energy priority list

by Robin BurridgeWIKWEMIKONG—Last Tuesday, Wikwemikong chief and council voted to remove wind turbines from the community's renewable energy work plan in response to substantial...

Assiginack stands by Garlon herbicide ban

by Alicia McCutcheonMANITOULIN—A public notice that appeared in last week's edition of the Manitoulin West Recorder and that appears in today's (Wednesday's) Manitoulin Expositor...

Shovels back into earth this week, new hotel construction set to start

by Michael ErskineLITTLE CURRENT-Shovels have begun to chew into the ground at the site of the Manitoulin Great Spirit Circle Trail (GSCT) hotel in...

Edible Manitoulin Trade Fair event launches Taste of Manitoulin festival

by Robin BurridgeLITTLE CURRENT—This year not only marked the launch of Taste Of Manitoulin, but also the first ever Culinary Chef Cook-Off.The cook-off was...

Still plenty for the palate at Taste of Manitoulin

MANITOULIN—There's still plenty of time to enjoy the many offering of the Taste of Manitoulin event, with events Island-wide from now (Wednesday) until Sunday.Community...
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