150 Gifts of Warmth challenge initiated

GORE BAY—Believing it is important that Manitoulin Lodge Nursing Home residents would benefit from more community involvement and should be part of Canada’s 150th...

Mindemoya in the lead in men’s fastball finals

Game three this Thursday night GORE BAY—The Mindemoya Brewers are in the lead against the Gore Bay Merchants in the best three of five final...

MTO spokesman denies polystyrene causes black ice

by Alicia McCutcheon HILLY GROVE—It was brought to the Expositor's attention that Pioneer Construction, the company awarded the $5.3 million contract for construction along Highway...

Municipalities to appeal park assessments

KILLARNEY—Two area municipalities, Killarney and Burpee-Mills, will be appealing their assessments on local parks that were assessed under the new method of valuation through...

Expect traffic delays at the intersection of Hwy 17 and Hwy 6

OPP Advise Motorists to Prepare and Be Patient (ESPANOLA, ON) – The Espanola Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is warning area motorists to be aware of...

Five Things To Know About The Bogus NDP “Investment Tax Credit”

TORONTO-- The untested NDP has proven again that their risky and unrealistic ideas would put Ontario’s economic recovery at risk. Just like the job-killing tax credit...

Manitoulin OPP responds for calls of service over holiday weekend

Charges and calls for service down from 2011 During the holiday weekend from Friday, August 3 to Monday, August 6, 2011 Manitoulin OPP officers were...

Health Centre board directs development of hospital protocols for end of life care

MANITOULIN—The Manitoulin Health Centre (MHC) board of directors carried a motion at its meeting last week, directing hospital management to develop policies, procedures and...

New hotel schedules late June completion

by Robin Burridge LITTLE CURRENT—Construction of the new hotel in Little Current being built by a consortium of area First Nations represented by the Great...

Panel announcements to oversee aboriginal justice system reforms

TORONTO—First Nation leaders reacted positively to the September 19 announcement of the appointment by the Ontario government of an 11-person panel charged with implementing...

Father and son team place well at Great Canadian Kayak Challenge

TIMMINS — The father and son team of Steve and Rhyis Arthurs of Little Current came back from the Great Canadian Kayak Challenge Festival...

MSS to host Information Night for Grade 8 students

M’CHIGEENG—Grade 8 students and their parents/guardians are invited to Information Nights at Rainbow secondary schools in Sudbury, Espanola and Manitoulin Island. All students are welcome...