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Manitouwadge Golf Course Begins 2014 Season Today

Manitouwadge Golf Course Begins 2014 Season Today

MANITOUWADGE, ON - The Community Services Department wishes to inform the Public that the Manitouwadge Municipal Golf Course will be open for play for Members only on Monday May 26th beginning at 1:00 pm. The Manitouwadge Municipal Golf Course will officially open to members, pass holders and the [Read more]

Wawa Goose Droppings : Spring Is Here, Senior Health Clinics, Club Elections + More

Wawa Goose Droppings : Spring Is Here, Senior Health Clinics, Club Elections + More

Spring is here! Spring is here!  Spring is definitely here and I do so hope it is here to stay!  That vaunted patience is just about all gone. Friday, June 6th, take care of yourself (or bring a loved one) for our Blood Pressure Clinic with Norma Kauk.  We’re also expecting Renee Mellish, the [Read more]

MCAG 2014 Share the Care Fundraiser Well Supported

MCAG 2014 Share the Care Fundraiser Well Supported

MANITOUWADGE, ON – The 2014 Share the Care 5km Walk & BBQ fundraiser organized by the Manitouwadge Cancer Assistance Group (MCAG) was held Saturday, May 10th with the help of the Manitouwadge Volunteer Firefighters and many, more than 120, residents. An incredible total of $7,255.15 was [Read more]

Marathon High Students Prepare for the Unexpected

Marathon High Students Prepare for the Unexpected

MARATHON, ON – The Superior-Greenstone District School Board, Marathon High School, Marathon Emergency Services Fire Department and the Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management (OFMEM)  partnered to coordinate and lead a 16-hour indoor “Survivor” event May 2-3. Approximately [Read more]

First Nickel Reports Two Fatalities at the Lockerby Mine

First Nickel Reports Two Fatalities at the Lockerby Mine

TORONTO, ON – First Nickel Inc. (“FNI” or the “Company”) (TSX:FNI) regrets to report that an accident has occurred in its underground operations at the Lockerby Mine near Sudbury, Ontario that has claimed the lives of two drillers, both working for Taurus Drilling Services.  A fall [Read more]

Students Collect Funds For Local Humane Society

Students Collect Funds For Local Humane Society

MANITOUWADGE, ON – Recently Manitouwadge Public School’s Student Council spearheaded a very humanitarian venture.  The council organized a ‘Dime Wars’ challenge. The challenge involved MPS Student Council members placing a jar in each classroom for students and staff to fill with [Read more]

HSCDSB To Celebrate Catholic Education Week 2014

HSCDSB To Celebrate Catholic Education Week 2014

SAULT STE. MARIE, ON –  The Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board (HSCDSB) will be celebrating Catholic Education Week from May 4 to May 9, 2014.  This year’s celebration will be highlighted by the participation of students from St. Basil Secondary and St. Mary’s College in a [Read more]

Ontario and Matawa Member First Nations Celebrate Historic Framework for Negotiations on the Ring of Fire

Ontario and Matawa Member First Nations Celebrate Historic Framework for Negotiations on the Ring of Fire

Premier Joins First Nations Chiefs to Formalize Regional Framework Premier Kathleen Wynne and the Matawa member First Nations Chiefs were in Thunder Bay yesterday, where they joined Matawa community members, to officially celebrate the recent signing of a landmark regional framework agreement to [Read more]

Easter Fun For Manitouwadge Families

Easter Fun For Manitouwadge Families

MANITOUWADGE, ON – Last week the Township of Manitouwadge Community Services and Manitouwadge Early Years Best Start Hub collaborated to host their annual Easter Extravaganza in the Recreation Centre.  Admission was free for this fun, all ages, event which included a half dozen crafting [Read more]

NWMO Open House Well Attended

NWMO Open House Well Attended

  MANITOUWADGE, ON – April 10 & 11, 2014 the Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) held an open house in the Manitouwadge Recreation Centre. The event was very well attended with approximately 120 residents visiting, among them were students from the secondary and elementary [Read more]

Wawa Goose Droppings : Seniors Club News

Wawa Goose Droppings : Seniors Club News

Spring is here! Spring is here!  Spring is definitely here! I am pretty sure its arrival did not coincide with the Spring Tea and Bake Sale on March 21 when you did get out to enjoy cake and refreshments or add to your goody cabinet with something fabulous from the bake table.  But patience is [Read more]

GERALDTON HOSPITAL HONOURS VOLUNTEERS

GERALDTON HOSPITAL HONOURS VOLUNTEERS

Volunteer Names Inscribed on Tree of Life by Edgar J. Lavoie GREENSTONE, ON – Monday,  April 7th, nearly 80 people gathered, in the lobby of the Geraldton District Hospital for its annual Volunteer Appreciation Social.  Hospital CEO Kurt Pristanskiat noted the significant increase of those [Read more]

Manitouwadge Shopper Wins $5,000!

Manitouwadge Shopper Wins $5,000!

Thanks to Lloyd White who contacted OntarioNewsNorth.com to notify us regarding Ms. Ross claiming her check!   MANITOUWADGE, ON – Customers at Rousselle’s Valu-Mart were eager for details of how Holle Ross, found herself, this afternoon, being presented with a check for $5,000. [Read more]

Shrove Tuesday at Holy Angels School

Shrove Tuesday at Holy Angels School

  SCHREIBER, ON –  Tuesday, March 4th, Holy Angels Catholic School hosted a Pancake Breakfast for staff, students and parents to celebrate Shrove Tuesday. Shrove Tuesday is a day of celebration before the beginning of our Lenten Liturgical Season.  Throughout Canada, people [Read more]

Mourning Lionel ‘Benny’ Bégin

Mourning Lionel ‘Benny’ Bégin

Lionel ‘Benny’ BÉGIN passed away peacefully on Tuesday April 1, 2014 at the Manitouwadge General Hospital at the age of 85 years. Benny was born in Hearst, Ontario on December 5, 1928.  As a young man Benny worked various jobs before coming to Manitouwadge in 1957 where he worked at [Read more]

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