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“Teaching Our Young” Theme For Batchewana’s 2014 Traditional Powwow

“Teaching Our Young” Theme For Batchewana’s 2014 Traditional Powwow

BATCHEWANA, ON – Batchewana First Nation is thrilled to announce this years Powwow themed, “Abinoojiiyag Gekinoo’Amawindwaa” (teaching our young). This spectacular event will take place at the Rankin Powwow grounds located at, 142 Gran street. Beginning on Saturday August 30th, the master [Read more]

Crocker Lake Fish Derby: Little Anglers Reel In Some Big Ones!

Crocker Lake Fish Derby: Little Anglers Reel In Some Big Ones!

CROCKER LAKE, ON –  Sunday, August 24th, White River LLC with the support of  ‘Bob Izumi’s Kids, Cops & Canadian Tire Fishing Days‘ and local business RJ’s Bait (providing bait at no cost to participating anglers) hosted their annual Crocker Lake [Read more]

Sun Shines For Young Entrepreneurs’ Market Day in Manitouwadge

Sun Shines For Young Entrepreneurs’ Market Day in Manitouwadge

MANITOUWADGE, ON – Friday, August 22nd, 2014 a week of hard work, learning and plenty of fun culminated for 13 young entrepreneurs, 9 to 12yrs old,  in a very successful Market Day held at the Municipal Office Parking Lot. Among the new business owners were youth from Manitouwadge, Terrace [Read more]

Will Manitouwadge’s Entertainment Series Return?

Will Manitouwadge’s Entertainment Series Return?

A number of Manitouwadge residents have been asking me about this year’s  Nite on the Town Entertainment Series (NOTES) and I feel that I should let everyone know what is going on. The series for this year is not operating as it has in the past.  We have no grants to cover expenses but we [Read more]

Wawa Goose Seniors Club Drop-In Closes for Reno’s and New Executive Elected

Wawa Goose Seniors Club Drop-In Closes for Reno’s and New Executive Elected

WAWA, ON – August is almost all gone.  However, the warmth of summer is still (now?) here; the blueberries are still here and the Drop In is still open to all. Back in June we had our Executive Elections with a new president and old ….sorry, existing…first vice-president, treasurer, and [Read more]

Region’s Athletes Compete In Red Rock’s 33rd Annual Paju Mountain Run

Region’s Athletes Compete In Red Rock’s 33rd Annual Paju Mountain Run

Submission by Andrea Zapcic RED ROCK, ON – Saturday August 9th the Township of Red Rock was pleased to host the 32nd Annual Paju Mountain Run organized byEconomic Development Officer Sarah Clowes and Summer Student Andrea Zapcic.  The morning of the run was warm and filled with [Read more]

September 21 Annual Memorial Cemetery Service in Manitouwadge

September 21 Annual Memorial Cemetery Service in Manitouwadge

Marlene Turner reminds Manitouwadge and area residents, all are welcome to attend the 19th Annual Memorial Cemetery Service being held next month. Please mark your calendars: Sunday, September 21st, 2014 at 2pm on Caramat Rd. Refreshements to follow at St. Paul’s United Church. For more [Read more]

Plenty of Summer Fun Yet To Enjoy!

Plenty of Summer Fun Yet To Enjoy!

Summer may be winding down but there are certainly many fun adventures yet to be had across the Northshore and Greenstone! Check out some of the events planned this week at Lake Superior Provincial Park near Wawa! If you know of an event happening on the Northshore or in Greenstone, share it in the [Read more]

Commemorating the Treaty of Fort Niagara: 250 Years of Shared History

Commemorating the Treaty of Fort Niagara: 250 Years of Shared History

Ontario, First Nations Partners Mark Significant Anniversary The province, the Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians, the Anishinabek Nation, the Chiefs of Ontario and the Six Nations Legacy Consortium are commemorating the 250th anniversary of the 1764 Treaty of Fort Niagara last weekend. [Read more]

Folk Festival Kicks Off This Weekend

Folk Festival Kicks Off This Weekend

RED ROCK, ON – The 12th annual Live from the Rock Folk Festival kicks off this weekend with a full weekend of music beginning on Friday at noon and running through Sunday at 5:00pm. The festival will be held in Pull-A-Log Park along the shores of Lake Superior in Red Rock. This year’s line [Read more]

Young Artists Can Still Join The Fun (3 more sessions) in White River

Young Artists Can Still Join The Fun (3 more sessions) in White River

WHITE RIVER, ON – Young artists have been very busy this summer at the Northern Visions Art Studio in White River where there is always a plethora of activities available to enjoy.   Last week OntarioNewsNorth.com stopped in to say hello as the students were learning about working on glass [Read more]

UPDATE – FATAL MVC – Victim’s Name released

UPDATE – FATAL MVC – Victim’s Name released

CHAPLEAU, ON – Tuesday, July 29, 2014 at approximately 2:30 p.m., members of the Superior East Chapleau Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Detachment responded to a fatal motor vehicle collision located on Highway 129 south of Chapleau . The collision involved a black 2005 4 door Pontiac Vibe [Read more]

75 Years Of Fish And Game In Greenstone

75 Years Of Fish And Game In Greenstone

Geraldton Club Compiles Its History by Edgar J. Lavoie In May 1939, sporting people launched the Geraldton Fish and Game Association.  Seventy-five years later, Kenogamisis Fish and Game Conservation carries on the tradition. Monday, August 4th, the Fish and Game held an open house at its lodge [Read more]

Lake Superior Day Continues To Grow

Lake Superior Day Continues To Grow

TERRACE BAY, ON – Chilly conditions couldn’t keep the visitors away as Terrace Bay received an excellent turnout for its annual Lake Superior Day celebration July 20th! The Township partnered with Parks Canada and EcoSuperior to hold a volunteer beach cleanup and offer free boat [Read more]

#CrossoverInsider New Releases; Transformers Marathon +MORE!

#CrossoverInsider New Releases; Transformers Marathon +MORE!

TYLER’S INSIDER REVIEW The National Spelling Bee is an event that has seemingly grown in popularity over the years. With national media coverage and a hefty cheque on the line, kids from all across North America dust off their dictionaries in preparation for their chance at victory while [Read more]

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