Judge grants lawyer’s request to put over arson case until November 10

GORE BAY—The hearing in the case of Clinton Gordon Haggart of Little Current, aged 30, has once again been put over, this time until...

Rainbow Board sets budget at $177 million

The Recorder SUDBURY—The Rainbow District School Board (RDSB) approved a budget of $177 million for the 2012-2013 school year at a board meeting held on...

Words haven’t worked, it’s time for action says Madahbee

NIPISSING—Anishinabek Nation member communities joined First Nations across Canada, including the Idle No More movement, in what will be the first in a series...

Central Manitoulin Council Notes

Services Committee Council approved the recommendation that funds be earmarked in the 2014 budget for the purchase of 10 new tables and 80 new chairs...

Teachers unions want apology from Minister of Education on sick days

ONTARIO—Local teacher union leaders are calling comments made by Ontario Education Minister Liz Sandals concerning teachers and the number of sick days they take...

School vaccinations: reporting made easier

MANITOULIN—Soon, parents and guardians with school-aged children will begin to receive reminder notices of the need to report their child’s vaccinations to the Sudbury...

OPP investigation leads to criminal charges in relation to Sudbury byelection

SUDBURY – Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) has charged one person following a complex investigation into allegations of irregularities involving a local electoral candidate nomination process...

Council passes zero percent budget increase

GORDON-BARRIE ISLAND—Gordon-Barrie Island council has passed its 2016 budget which will see no increase in the municipal tax rate. “At our May 3 council meeting...

MNR shoots down deer tag allocation proposal

Tom Sasvari The Recorder KAGAWONG—A Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) representative says a proposal to change the antlerless deer tag system to a similar system used...

Beware of Door-to-Door Scam!

The Greater Sudbury Police Service has received complaints of door-to-door salespersons conducting business in the Greater Sudbury area. The Police Service is encouraging residents to...

Mindemoya’s Family Health Team demands promised funds flow

QUEEN’S PARK—During Question Period last week, Algoma-Manitoulin MPP Michael Mantha called on the Minister of Health and Long-term Care to “act now” and approve...

Northeast Town Council Notes – Jan 15-14

Council grants permission for shoreline road allowance improvements The Northeast Town council carried a motion based on a recommendation from the community services and public works...
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