Phone in one hand, ticket in the other

During the week of April 15 to the 21 the OPP will be targeting distracted drivers with a campaign called 'Phone in one hand,...

SPCA seizes Silver Bay horse owner’s stock for second time

MINDEMOYA—The Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) seized an undisclosed number of horses from Silver Bay Road resident David Pryor...

Assiginack gives Sunsite owners 1 year break on water

ASSIGINACK—The issue of increasingly expensive Sunsite water is again front and centre in Assiginack with residents of the subdivision recently receiving a letter from...

Prov’s last garage closes, community thanks proprietors

PROVIDENCE BAY—Seventy-five people enjoyed a delicious pancake breakfast at the Providence Bay Curling Rink on April 4 as they gathered to wish popular couple...

Re-adapting St. Clair River still the focus of Canadian, US Stewardship members

LAKE HURON—With only five days left for comment on the International Joint Commission’s (IJC) adaptive management plan, groups like the Manitoulin Area Stewardship Council...

Star Sightings

Former NHL star and Toronto Maple Leaf alumni Wendel Clark was at the Nemi arena in Little Current on Friday, April 5, with a...

First Nations need their own constitutions, says Glen Hare

MANITOULIN—The Deputy Grand Council Chief of the Union of Ontario Indians (UOI) says while the federal government puts in place First Nations transparency laws,...

M’Chigeeng’s Neil Debassige receives national accolade

M’CHIGEENG-- Neil Debassige, principal of Lakeview School in M’Chigeeng, has been recognized with a Guiding the Journey: Indigenous Educator National Award by Indspire. “It is...

MMA requests meeting with MNR to discuss tax exempt land concerns

MINDEMOYA—The Manitoulin Municipal Association (MMA) agrees its concerns with tax exempt properties purchased and designated as conservation land (which in turn takes these lands...

Manitoulin OPP investigate mischief to car lot vehicles

LITTLE CURRENT--On Thursday, April 4 at 7:55 am, Manitoulin OPP received a report of damage to a number of vehicles located at Highway 6...

OSSTF leaders overwhelmingly endorse changes to imposed working conditions

TORONTO--Bargaining unit presidents of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation (OSSTF/FEESO) have voted 96 percent in favour of an agreement with the Ontario government...

OPP Minute with Constable Boyd

The Expositor is pleased to announce the newest addition to our website, 'OPP Minute with Constable Allan Boyd.' In it, Constable Boyd, community services...