Tiny holes show deterioration of Hwy 6 pavement

HIGHWAY 6—Last month, South Baymouth resident Larry Killens alerted The Expositor to strange happening on the newly-paved stretch of Highway 6 north of South...

Deer hunter success rate down for Cockburn Island

COCKBURN ISLAND—It appears the success rate for those hunters harvesting deer on Cockburn Island during this year’s hunt is down from previous years.“The success...

SDHU board passes increased budget

SUDBURY—While the Sudbury and District Health Unit budget has increased for 2013, it will not mean an increase in the overall municipal levy for...

Public asked to provide input on water meter proposal info package

GORE BAY—Gore Bay water users will be provided with a water meter information package this week after council agreed on information to be included...

MP Hughes to raise concerns with Mississagi Light in House

OTTAWA—While Carol Hughes, MP for Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing (AMK), has an Adjournment Debate scheduled for this week focussing on the need for a new roof to...

Birch Island opens unique centre for both youth and elders to enjoy

BIRCH ISLAND––The Whitefish River First Nation Seven Fires Youth and Elders’ Centre grand opening attracted a significant crowd of well-wishers recently as the ribbon...

Opponents file appeal against McLean’s Mountain wind approval

LITTLE CURRENT—The Manitoulin Coalition for Safe Energy Alternatives (MCSEA) has announced it has filed an appeal against the Ministry of Environment’s (MOE) Renewable Energy...

Island’s food bank expects high demand, seeks cash and food

MINDEMOYA––Manitoulin Family Resources’ (MFR) annual Christmas campaign is underway––the fundraising effort aimed at pumping up supplies for the annual food hamper program.Like many food...

Manitoulin’s Island holiday

MANITOULIN—All is quiet on the Monday of rifle season. After the hustle and bustle of the weekend—trucks and trailers streaming onto Manitoulin’s highways—the downtown...

MSS teachers begin strike process with work to rule schedule

SUDBURY––The battle lines are drawn in the labour dispute between the Rainbow District School Board and its secondary school teachers as represented by their...

Hunters encouraged to participate in deer check station

ESPANOLA--The Ministry of Natural Resources Sudbury District, in partnership with College Boreal, will be running a voluntary deer check station in Espanola this year...

Asian carp not yet established in Great Lakes, experts say

TORONTO—While acknowledging the catastrophic affects Asian carp could have on the Great Lakes if they establish there, and the need for measures having been...
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