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Government reluctantly lifting claw back measures says Hughes

Government reluctantly lifting claw back measures says Hughes

If you have something embarrassing to announce a good time to do it is on a Friday afternoon.  It is believed that most news outlets have set their stories by that point, and the majority of journalists are not paying attention to the news ticker.   This is even truer on a Friday before a long [Read more]

Dubreuilville Council Agenda/Ordre du Jour October 11 Octobre

Dubreuilville Council Agenda/Ordre du Jour October 11 Octobre

ORDRE DU JOUR / Agenda Séance régulière du conseil 18 h 30, le 11 octobre 2012 Regular Council meeting October 11, 2012 at 6:30 p.m. 1.    OUVERTURE / CALL TO ORDER 2.    PRÉSENCE / ROLL CALL 3.    APPEL ET DÉCLARATION D’INTÉRÊT PÉCUNIAIRE / DECLARATION OF CONFLICT 4.    [Read more]

France Gélinas au sujet de La Journée des Franco-Ontariens et des Franco-Ontariennes

France Gélinas au sujet de La Journée des Franco-Ontariens et des Franco-Ontariennes

Hier, à l’Assemblée législative de l’Ontario, la députée France Gélinas, porte-parole néo-démocrate pour les Affaires francophones, a fait une déclaration pour souligner la Journée des Franco-Ontariens et des Franco-Ontariennes.   « Ca me fait grand plaisir de souligner la [Read more]

NDP: MNR Job Cuts Threaten Vulnerable Northern Communities

NDP: MNR Job Cuts Threaten Vulnerable Northern Communities

QUEEN’S PARK, ON – Today in question period, northern NDP MPPs called on Natural Resources Minister Michael Gravelle to stop cutting jobs across northern Ontario. “Last week the Ministry of Natural Resources unveiled some of its Transformation Plan, which includes significant cuts to jobs, [Read more]

Hyer on the Hill – Selling China the Rope

Hyer on the Hill – Selling China the Rope

The $15 billion takeover of Nexen Inc., one of Canada’s largest oil & gas companies involved in the oil sands, by Chinese state-owned China National Offshore Oil Company (CNOOC) has been in the news a lot lately. Many in Canada’s corporate sector have rightly noted that Canada must [Read more]

La fin d’une époque : députés provinciaux néo-démocrates déplorent la disparition du Northlander

La fin d’une époque : députés provinciaux néo-démocrates déplorent la disparition du Northlander

NORTH BAY, ON– Ce jour-ci marque la fin du trajet pour le train Northlander de la Commission de transport Ontario Northland, train qui avait acquis une importance historique et qui constituait une artère de transport vitale pour une grande partie du Nord de l’Ontario. John Vanthof, député [Read more]

End of an era: NDP MPPs mourn the Northlander

End of an era: NDP MPPs mourn the Northlander

NORTHBAY, ON – Today marks the final run of the ONTC’s historic Northlander train, a vital transportation artery for much of northern Ontario. Timiskaming-Cochrane MPP John Vanthof boarded the final northbound train from Toronto to Cochrane to protest the cancellation. He was joined at Union [Read more]

NORTHWEST LEADERS GATHER FOR “READY TO GROW” DISCUSSIONS

NORTHWEST LEADERS GATHER FOR “READY TO GROW” DISCUSSIONS

THUNDER BAY, ON – The 30th annual Northwestern Ontario Regional Conference will be held on Thursday, September 27th & Friday, September 28th at the Victoria Inn in Thunder Bay.  The event will bring together municipal leaders, business representatives and economic development practitioners [Read more]

HUGHES DELIVERS TRIBUTE TO ALGO CENTRE MALL TRAGEDY

HUGHES DELIVERS TRIBUTE TO ALGO CENTRE MALL TRAGEDY

OTTAWA, ON – The roof collapse at the Algo Centre Mall that captured the attention of Canada in June was remembered in parliament today as Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing MP Carol Hughes delivered a statement on the tragedy. Hughes recounted the efforts of local emergency volunteers along with [Read more]

Numbers just don’t add up in Conservative pass the buck economy says Hughes

Numbers just don’t add up in Conservative pass the buck economy says Hughes

Gas prices went through the roof in the last ten days.  In the north we need no lessons about the fickle nature of gas pricing and the havoc it plays on household budgets.  This might be a little easier to take if we were burning Canadian fuel that had been domestically refined as part of [Read more]

LETTER TO THE EDITOR Re: MNR & Lake Nipissing

LETTER TO THE EDITOR Re: MNR & Lake Nipissing

*Please remember with ALL Letters to the Editor on OntarioNewsNorth.com it is the Readers’ Responsibility to verify facts and research the information. OntarioNewsNorth.com neither confirms nor denies the information contained in Letters to the Editor. Opinions offered are those of the author [Read more]

PUBLIC INVITED TO ATTEND: Manitouwadge Official Plan Open House

PUBLIC INVITED TO ATTEND: Manitouwadge Official Plan Open House

The township of Manitouwadge is updating its Official Plan, a policy document adopted by Council it describes as “determining how to manage land and resources to ensure a healthy and vibrant community”. Public input is an important part of the Official Plan review and update process and [Read more]

DISCONNECT BETWEEN FIRST NATIONS AND GOVERNMENT GROWING AS CUTS MOUNT

DISCONNECT BETWEEN FIRST NATIONS AND GOVERNMENT GROWING AS CUTS MOUNT

OTTAWA, ON – On the final day for residential school survivors to apply for compensation, Carol Hughes is worried that mounting cuts to First Nations organizational bodies will only hamper the ability to focus at the local level and deliver appropriate health services. “The Conservatives like [Read more]

Council Defeats Motion To Cease Manitouwadge Clubhouse Operations And Their Growing Debt

Council Defeats Motion To Cease Manitouwadge Clubhouse Operations And Their Growing Debt

MANITOUWADGE, ON – At the September 12th Regular Council Meeting Golf Clubhouse Acting Manager Margaret Hartling presented a report to council which included details of the Clubhouse’s current over budget situation (i.e. in debt) and recommendations on how to avoid the Clubhouse going further [Read more]

HUGHES CALLS ON GOVERNMENT TO RECOMMIT TO HEALTH CARE FUNDING

HUGHES CALLS ON GOVERNMENT TO RECOMMIT TO HEALTH CARE FUNDING

OTTAWA, ON  – Stable funding for health care should be a priority for the federal government so we can properly serve Canada’s growing and aging population says Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing MP, Carol Hughes.  Despite that reality, the omnibus budget set out a formula that will lower the [Read more]

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