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Monday, November 11, 2019

Township passes zero percent tax rate increase

GORDON—Gordon/Barrie Island taxpayers will should be happy with the news concerning the township’s 2018 budget. “We have a zero percent increase in our tax rate...

Six-year-old Wii’um dances his way into Canadian hearts

Island powwow dancer selected as National Hero WIKWEMIKONG—Six-year-old Wii’um Morin has been selected as one of five Canadian Down Syndrome Society (CDSS) National Heroes. Although Wii’um...

Crime prevention is a shared responsibility in all our communities

MANITOULIN—This week, November 1 to 7, is Crime Prevention Week in Ontario with Manitoulin Island forces focusing on a shared theme of ‘working together.’ The...

Stories from our land – Celebrating Canada’s 150

Here she comes, Miss Wagg’s Creamery 1967 EDITOR’S NOTE: In conjunction with Canada’s Sesquicentennial in 2017, members of the Manitoulin Writers’ Circle are crafting stories...

Champagne bottle cracked on bow, wine mixes with North Channel waters welcoming...

LITTLE CURRENT—As the sun set and a beautiful inaugural sail on the North Channel came to a close, friends and family gathered on the...

Loco Beanz celebrates 10 years of great coffee and friends

LITTLE CURRENT— Loco Beanz owner Shannon Cranston celebrated her business’ 10-year anniversary last Friday surrounded by staff (present and past), customers, friends and family—the...

Michigan-based Mazda Miata club members visit Manitoulin Island

GORE BAY—The Tip O’ the Mit Miata Club members who visited Manitoulin last weekend are already looking forward to their next visit to the...

Big changes coming to Gore Bay waterfront

GORE BAY—Last year Manitoulin Transport acquired the property located at 1 Water Drive in Gore Bay.  This beautiful waterfront property had been home to...

Fleeing ATV driver involved in collision

WEBBWOOD – On May 11, 2014 at 8:30 p.m. officers from the Espanola Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) were conducting patrols on Highway...

Issues in South Baymouth raise policing concerns

TEHKUMMAH—Since the tourist season, and the Chi-Cheemaun ferry service, began, certain “undesirable” elements have been finding their way onto the municipal marina property in...

Espanola resident loses $1,400 after bank card stolen

The Espanola Police Service would like to alert the public of a scam involving the theft of ATM Cards. On September 6, 2018, the Espanola...

Sheg ‘Pride in Home Life’ Fall Fair brings community together

SHEGUIANDAH—The sixth annual Sheguiandah Fall Fair brought out over 350 community members, Islanders and visitors to take in the many wonderful exhibits, vendors and...