Saturday, November 22nd in MANITOUWADGE be sure to visit the annual Craft & Gift Show CLICK HERE for more info ---------------------------------------------------------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.----------------------------------GET NOTICED, COMMUNICATE with your potential clients and customers across the Northshore and in Greenstone with advertising options online AND in print - Contact us today! (807) 826-4745 or (807) 228-1747 ----------------------------------CORRECTION In the November Issue of ONN On The Road the front page article refers to Superior North Catholic DSB's "11 schools" the SNCDSB actually includes 9 elementary schools

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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]

Industrial Road Updates From Province/Municipality + Andrew Foulds “not familiar” w/Ind.Rd

Industrial Road Updates From Province/Municipality + Andrew Foulds “not familiar” w/Ind.Rd

NORTHWESTERN, ON – The Industrial Rd, a.k.a. Hwy 625 or Caramat Road, has been the subject of much lobbying, debate and buck passing since the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources quietly ended it’s maintenance of the Road in Spring of 2013 eventually resulting in the road becoming [Read more]

War Amps Helps Local Champ “Dive” Into Her Favourite Activity

War Amps Helps Local Champ “Dive” Into Her Favourite Activity

Addisyn in the pool with her new swim leg. Submitted photo. GERALDTON, ON – Being a left leg amputee hasn’t stopped Addisyn Franceschini, 7, of Geraldton, from living a full and active life. In fact, she can do everything everyone else can do, sometimes with the help of a special device. With [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]

Township of Terrace Bay 2014 Budget Newsletter

Township of Terrace Bay 2014 Budget Newsletter

As most residents are aware, 2014 has been an incredibly challenging budget year for Terrace Bay. The reassessment of the Mill resulted in an approximate 16% loss in tax revenues while the community endured one of the toughest winters in 20 years. This is the 3rd major reassessment that the mill [Read more]

#CrossoverInsider : Trailers of New Releases in Marathon & Manitouwadge

#CrossoverInsider : Trailers of New Releases in Marathon & Manitouwadge

TYLER’s REVIEW I’ve been hyping up June’s new releases for quite some time and now the big month has finally here.  The major titles start right off the bat with a powerful (and true) war story and a modern day reboot of a classic flick from the past. Some of the ones to watch for [Read more]

Busy Week At Manitouwadge Public School

Busy Week At Manitouwadge Public School

A Long Weekend To Wrap It Up MANITOUWADGE, ON – As the last month of school begins before summer break, students and staff at Manitouwadge Public School are very busy! Here are some of the things happening this week at Manitouwadge Public School which parents and students may want to take [Read more]

Habitat Thunder Bay – The Blueprint Summer 2014

Habitat Thunder Bay – The Blueprint Summer 2014

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Marathon Woman Charged : Funds Allegedly Stolen From Minor Hockey Association

Marathon Woman Charged : Funds Allegedly Stolen From Minor Hockey Association

  MARATHON ON –In September of 2013 a representative for the Marathon Minor Hockey Association reported to police that between the period of October 2012 and July 2013 in excess of $15,000 in cash money was unaccounted for in the Marathon Minor Hockey Association (MMHA) bank account. An [Read more]

HUMAN REMAINS FOUND IN CHAPLEAU GAME PRESERVE

HUMAN REMAINS FOUND IN CHAPLEAU GAME PRESERVE

CHAPLEAU, ON – May 14, 2014, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Superior East Chapleau Detachment was advised of found human remains inside a vehicle in a heavily wooded area 80 kilometres north of Chapleau in the Chapleau Game Preserve. The OPP attended the area and the remains were removed [Read more]

Hughes on Headlines “A little good news from parliament”

Hughes on Headlines “A little good news from parliament”

Parliament saw welcome moments of agreement this week which amounts to good news for Canadians as we passed a New Democrat motion on a pan-Canadian palliative and end-of-life care strategy and got down to work on a government bill for drug safety.    The motion should jump-start the government [Read more]

Marathon Seeking Municipal Councillor

Marathon Seeking Municipal Councillor

MARATHON, ON – During the Council meeting held on Monday, May 26, 2014, Council announced their intention to fill a vacant seat on Council created by the passing of Dustin Pascoe, by appointment.  The Town of Marathon is currently seeking candidates interested in appointment to the office of [Read more]

Batchewana First Nation Responds to Bill C-33 Rejection

Batchewana First Nation Responds to Bill C-33 Rejection

BATCHEWANA FIRST NATION, ON — Tuesday May 27, 2014 Batchewana leadership attended the Assembly of First Nations  (AFN) Special Chief’s Assembly to discuss the Federal Government’s controversial (proposed) Bill C-33.The Act titled, “First Nations Control of First Nations Education”, [Read more]

Schreiber Seniors’ Month – Not To Miss Social, Health and Safety Events

RESTORING FIRE AT PUKASKWA NATIONAL PARK

RESTORING FIRE AT PUKASKWA NATIONAL PARK

HERON BAY, ON – Parks Canada plans to conduct a prescribed fire in Pukaskwa National Park between May 30 and June 2, weather permitting.  The prescribed fire will occur near Willow Lake in a 425 hectare mixed-wood area located in the north central part of the park’s backcountry. The site is [Read more]

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