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Application To CRTC To Move CFNO-fm Radio (Comment Period Extended)

Application To CRTC To Move CFNO-fm Radio (Comment Period Extended)

An application to the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) by Dougall Media’s General Manager, Don Caron, to move CFNO-fm Radio Station’s office from its current location in Marathon Ontario, to Thunder Bay Ontario, has been met with much concern by many [Read more]

Changes to Ontario’s Cabinet

Changes to Ontario’s Cabinet

Ontario Government Announces Ministers Milloy and Sousa to Take on New Responsibilities Premier Kathleen Wynne today announced changes to her cabinet and government following the resignation of Harinder Takhar due to medical issues. He will continue to serve as Member of Provincial Parliament for [Read more]

Mantha’s Notes from the Park: BUDGET 2013

Mantha’s Notes from the Park: BUDGET 2013

When Ontarians elected a minority government in 2011 they sent a clear message they want their politicians to get results. It’s why New Democrats were crystal clear when we put forward our proposals for this budget. Ontarians deserve some real, achievable change. They want some confidence that [Read more]

“Catch phrases can catch up with you” MP Carol Hughes

“Catch phrases can catch up with you” MP Carol Hughes

The Auditor General gave the Conservative government a $3.1 billion dollar black eye this week when he revealed that amount of money is missing in action from Canada’s anti-terrorism efforts. Stephen Harper says this is just ‘an issue of lack of clarity,’ but for a party that rode into Ottawa [Read more]

UPDATED: Manitouwadge Volunteers Honoured with June Callwood Awards

UPDATED: Manitouwadge Volunteers Honoured with June Callwood Awards

With the exception of photos described otherwise, all photos are courtesy (and Copyright) Chistina Gapic Photography. Ontario Government Recognizes Outstanding Volunteers Ontario recently honoured twelve people and seven organizations with a June Callwood Outstanding Achievement Award, for their [Read more]

Premier makes rural and northern funding announcement 100 km from Toronto

From office of: Tamara Johnson, Ontario PC candidate from Thunder Bay Superior North Liberals are out-of-touch with Northern Ontario THUNDER BAY, ON –  Friday, Liberal Premier Kathleen Wynne travelled all the way to Barrie – just 100 km from Toronto – to announce a plan to create a [Read more]

Federal Liberal Riding Associations congratulates Gravelle and Mauro for saving the ELA

Federal Liberal Riding Associations congratulates Gravelle and Mauro for saving the ELA

Vince Mirabelli, president of the Thunder Bay – Superior North Federal Liberal Riding Association congratulates MPP Michael Gravelle and MPP Bill Mauro for their involvement in securing provincial support for the Experimental Lakes Area (ELA).    “This was an issue that many people in the [Read more]

Mantha “Unpaid bills threaten Elliot Lake inquiry” (Incl.Video)

Mantha “Unpaid bills threaten Elliot Lake inquiry” (Incl.Video)

QUEEN’S PARK, ON - In the legislature today NDP MPP Michael Mantha urged the Premier to honour the government’s commitment and act immediately to pay outstanding fees to the legal counsel working on the Algo Mall public inquiry. Last Friday, Douglas Elliott, legal counsel for the Elliot Lake [Read more]

DUBREUILVILLE Agenda / Ordre du Jour 04-25-13

DUBREUILVILLE Agenda / Ordre du Jour 04-25-13

ORDRE DU JOUR / Agenda Séance régulière du conseil qui aura lieu à 18 h 30, le 25 avril 2013 Regular Council meeting scheduled for April 25, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. 1.    OUVERTURE / CALL TO ORDER 2.    PRÉSENCE / ROLL CALL Attending Absent W/Notice W/O Notice Mayor Louise Perrier Councillor [Read more]

MARATHON/MANITOUWADGE OPP GET REPORT CARD FROM COMMUNITY

MARATHON/MANITOUWADGE OPP GET REPORT CARD FROM COMMUNITY

MARATHON ON – Between February and March 2012, an independent private firm conducted a telephone survey with the residents of Marathon and Manitouwadge to determine the community satisfaction level regarding policing of their communities. The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) takes pride in [Read more]

Supporting Business Innovation in Northwestern Ontario

Supporting Business Innovation in Northwestern Ontario

New Ontario Government Boosting Manufacturing Capacity in Thunder Bay THUNDER BAY, ON – Ontario is helping to build a stronger, more diverse northern economy by making it easier for entrepreneurs to use technology to develop and manufacture products in Thunder Bay. With support from the [Read more]

Attracting Investment to Northwestern Ontario

Attracting Investment to Northwestern Ontario

New Ontario Government Lays Foundations for Future Growth A number of communities and First Nations in Northwestern Ontario are identifying investment opportunities that will create new jobs and grow the local economy. With support from the Northern Communities Investment Readiness (NCIR) [Read more]

MPP Michael Mantha Alarmed When Oil Spill Reports Jump From 4 Barrels to 400 –

MPP Michael Mantha Alarmed When Oil Spill Reports Jump From 4 Barrels to 400 –

NDP: CP oil spill in White River larger than originally reported   ELLIOT LAKE, ON – Algoma-Manitoulin MPP Michael Mantha says community concerns surrounding a train derailment and oil spill near White River are increasing as the size of the reported spill has increased from 4 barrels to 400. [Read more]

OIL SPILL LEAVES COMMUNITY WITH QUESTIONS SAYS HUGHES

OIL SPILL LEAVES COMMUNITY WITH QUESTIONS SAYS HUGHES

ELLIOT LAKE, ON – The oil spill near White River is raising anxiety for people in the area who are questioning the validity of the information they are receiving, according to Carol Hughes. The MP for Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing commented on the spill that occurred when 22 cars derailed about [Read more]

MANITOUWADGE PASSES RESOLUTION TO CONTINUE TO “Learn More”

MANITOUWADGE, ON – At their regular meeting of March 27th, 2013 Manitouwadge Town Council unanimously passed a motion to continue to learn more about the Nuclear Waste Management Organization’s site selection process for a deep geological repository for long-term management of used [Read more]

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