-------------------------------------------Manitouwadge Breakfast Club is in need of volunteers for their Breakfast Programs at Manitouwadge Public School/École Publique Franco-Manitou AND at Our Lady of Lourdes School, volunteers need only commit to an hour one morning/month; High School students can earn their Community Service Hours by participating (while providing a great example to younger students) PLEASE CONTACT Gwen Denny for more information or to give your name --------------------------------------------------- Nipigon Area Meals on Wheels needs your help! Volunteers are needed in the Nipigon area, one day per week (Mon-Fri) 4:15-5 pm. If this fits your schedule and you want to make a difference in your community call Angela @ 887-3026 ext 232.----------------------------------Are you running for Municipal Council or School Board Trustee? Be certain voters know who you are and what you stand for on October 27th : Advertise!-------------------------------------------GET NOTICED, COMMUNICATE with your potential clients and customers across the Northshore and in Greenstone Deadline for submission of ADS and/or articles/photos to be included in the NOVEMBER 2014 issue of ONN On The Road is October 27th place your advertisement in the most distributed local newspaper in our region! Contact us today! (807) 826-4745 or (807) 228-1747 ----------------------------------

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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]

Fireworks Finale at Red Rock’s Canada Day Celebrations

Fireworks Finale at Red Rock’s Canada Day Celebrations

RED ROCK, ON – Red Rock’s 2014 Canada Day celebrations was a huge success. The festivities this year were held at the beautiful Red Rock Marina. The day started with a delicious brunch hosted by the Red Rock Royal Canadian Legion. The afternoon events began at 4:00 with the singing of [Read more]

Successful MHSAA Tournament Fundraising In Support of the MCAG

Successful MHSAA Tournament Fundraising In Support of the MCAG

MANITOUWADGE, ON – June 21st the Manitouwadge High School Athletic Association held their annual Open Beach Volleyball Tournament, a fundraiser supporting both the association and the Manitouwadge Cancer Assistance Group. Teams from Manitouwadge and Marathon, composed of students, teachers [Read more]

Rainbow Falls 7th Annual Bass Blast (Inc. Video)

Rainbow Falls 7th Annual Bass Blast (Inc. Video)

TERRACE BAY, ON - Officers from the Schreiber OPP detachment and Nipigon District MNR will be helping kids cast a line this summer during the 7th Annual Bass Blast, Saturday, July 5. The theme this year is “Safety in the Outdoors”.  Organized by the Ministry of Natural Resources, Nipigon [Read more]

#CrossoverInsider DVD/BluRay Releases; Summerfest & NEW East Coast Fav’s!

#CrossoverInsider DVD/BluRay Releases; Summerfest & NEW East Coast Fav’s!

TYLER’S WEEKLY REVIEW “We are SPARTA!” This line quickly became the most repeated quote from the 2006 blockbuster hit 300- starring Gerard Butler. The story of King Leonidas and his force of 300 men who fought the Persians at Thermopylae in 480 B.C., quickly became a cult classic and earned a [Read more]

Manitouwadge #NuclearWaste CLC, BBQ & Transportation Exhibit

Manitouwadge #NuclearWaste CLC, BBQ & Transportation Exhibit

    MANITOUWADGE, ON – Friday, June 13, 2014 the Manitouwadge Nuclear Waste Community Liaison Committee (MNWCLC) hosted a BBQ alongside the NWMO’s Transportation Exhibit at the Manitouwadge Recreation Centre. Approximately 170 people visited, in spite of drizzling rain, to [Read more]

Manitouwadge Residents Hosed By Students Needing Funds?

Manitouwadge Residents Hosed By Students Needing Funds?

MANITOUWADGE, ON – Monday, July 16th students on the Manitouwadge High School Graduation Committee, supervised by teacher and parent volunteers, hosted a car wash fundraiser in the school parking lot. With sunny skies in their favour, the hardworking soon-to-be graduates, washed vehicles [Read more]

Tween Club Continues to Grow at Red Rock Public Library

Tween Club Continues to Grow at Red Rock Public Library

RED ROCK, ON – Popularity of the Red Rock Public Library’s Tween Club which began in May continues to grow as new friends visit Tuesdays from 3:30 – 4:30pm for crafting and socialization (and of course a heap of giggles!).The 6 week program is sponsored by the “Friends of [Read more]

Mourning Stuart Riddell

Mourning Stuart Riddell

Stuart Riddell  age 74, born August 26, 1939 passed into eternity on June 9, 2014. He was predeceased by his parents, Gordon Riddell and Margaret Glencross Firth (MacDonald) who resided in Glenelg Township. Stuart spent much of his life in the mining industry in Northern Ontario where he resided [Read more]

Grand Chief Stan Louttit Passes Ad Astra

Grand Chief Stan Louttit Passes Ad Astra

MONTREAL, PQ - The management of KWG Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE:KWG) mourns the death yesterday of Stan Louttit, elected Grand Chief of the Mushkegowuk, the Cree of the James Bay Lowlands. It was our privilege to have become befriended by Stan Louttit, in the course of our engagement with him [Read more]

OntarioNewsNorth.com Proud To Support Schreiber Canada Day Celebrations

OntarioNewsNorth.com Proud To Support Schreiber Canada Day Celebrations

eSCHREIBER, ON – The Township of Schreiber and the Schreiber Railway Museum have announced that they will be hosting a Canada Day Celebration at the museum grounds from 11am – 2pm (July 1st of course!). There will be plenty to enjoy for individuals and families including: Recreation [Read more]

200,000 Underage Students to Cast Ballots in Provincial Election

200,000 Underage Students to Cast Ballots in Provincial Election

TORONTO, ON – CNW – This week, Ontario’s elementary and high school students will be talking politics and casting ballots for the official candidates running in the provincial election.  More than 1,600 schools have registered to participate in Student Vote 2014, representing [Read more]

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