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Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath RE: LGBTQ Pride

Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath RE: LGBTQ Pride

QUEEN’s PARK, ON – Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath issued the following statement: “Pride is a time for us come together to celebrate the achievements of the LGBTQ community and the advances we’ve made in our province for all Ontarians regardless of their sexual orientation or [Read more]

North Shore Singers Support Conductor Gerry Price Battling Cancer

North Shore Singers Support Conductor Gerry Price Battling Cancer

TERRACE BAY/SCHREIBER, ON – The North Shore Singers (NSS), which has included the talents of residents from Marathon, Terrace Bay, Schreiber and Rossport, delighted audiences across the Northshore and Greenstone at their concerts from 2007 to 2014 . Unfortunately North Shore [Read more]

Dr. Suzanne Shoush Guest Speaker MHS Grad 2016

Dr. Suzanne Shoush Guest Speaker MHS Grad 2016

MANITOUWADGE, ON – Thursday, June 23, 2016 during the Manitouwadge High School 2016 graduation ceremony, graduates along with their friends, families and MHS staff were treated to a wonderful speech by local family physician Dr. Suzanne Shoush.   Many of those in the audience, comprised [Read more]

Have a Flare for Safety this Canada Day

Have a Flare for Safety this Canada Day

Canada Day and fireworks go hand in hand. What better way to celebrate the independence of our nation than by lighting up the skies above it? But, as is the case with any form of explosives or flammable objects, there are certain risks that come into play that need to be addressed. The safest way [Read more]

Celebrate Canada Day at Pukaskwa National Park

Celebrate Canada Day at Pukaskwa National Park

Parks Canada welcomes visitors on Canada Day Pukaskwa National Park, ON –  Parks Canada Agency Parks Canada places represent the very best that Canada has to offer. They tell stories of who we are, including the history, cultures, and contributions of Indigenous peoples. Pukaskwa National [Read more]

Wawa Goose Seniors’ Club : Looking Back at June & Ahead to July

Wawa Goose Seniors’ Club : Looking Back at June & Ahead to July

Goose Droppings We have had a June meeting, a social and an election. We have enjoyed the beginning of summer and the return of the necessary rain. We may have followed the political and/or financial developments on both sides of the Atlantic…but that is another story, either an exciting or scary [Read more]

#CrossoverInsider : This week’s New Releases, NEW In-Store & How To WIN!

#CrossoverInsider : This week’s New Releases, NEW In-Store & How To WIN!

Way back in 2002, movie audiences were introduced to the Portokalos family- an eclectic group of Greeks living and working in Chicago. One member of the family, a young lady named Toula, fell head over heels for a non-Greek man- a fact that her family had a hard time accepting. Toula was played by [Read more]

Terrace Bay Public Pool Open for 2016 Season

Terrace Bay Public Pool Open for 2016 Season

TERRACE BAY, ON – Terrace Bay’s Public Swimming Pool opened for the 2016 season Tuesday, June 21st and there are a variety of scheduled swim times offered for all ages. Northshore residents wanting to cool off with a swim can pay to swim for just one day ($5) or save by purchasing a [Read more]

Parks Canada’s Sites in Northern Ontario Welcome Visitors for the 2016 Season

Parks Canada’s Sites in Northern Ontario Welcome Visitors for the 2016 Season

SAULT STE. MARIE, ON – Parks Canada is pleased to announce that Canada’s treasured places in Northern Ontario are open for the 2016 season. Sault Ste. Marie Canal and Fort St. Joseph National Historic Sites, Pukaskwa National Park, and Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area look [Read more]

Présentation sur le nouveau programme de Mobilité Francophone

Présentation sur le nouveau programme de Mobilité Francophone

Scroll down to view release in English Avez-vous des postes qualifiés à combler ? • Gestion • Professionnel • Techinique • Métiers spécialisés À partir du 1er juin 2016, avec le nouveau programme de Mobilité francophone, il sera possible de recruter des travailleurs étrangers [Read more]

PD Day at Manitouwadge Public Library + Book Club Update

PD Day at Manitouwadge Public Library + Book Club Update

MANITOUWADGE, ON – The Manitouwadge Public Library is a busy place this week with fun for visitors of all ages. Among the activities being held are today’s PD Day fun (see poster below) as well as a Book Club Meeting. If you are interested in participating in the MPL Book Club, visit [Read more]

MPP Michael Mantha RE: Support for Lyme Disease and Food Banks

MPP Michael Mantha RE: Support for Lyme Disease and Food Banks

QUEEN’s PARK, ON – was truly a hotbed of questions and issues this week as MPPs returned to the legislature following a constituency week. On Tuesday I had the privilege of making a statement on Lyme Disease here on Ontario. May was identified as Lyme Disease Awareness Month. I used this [Read more]

NOSM Celebrates 10th Anniversary in Sault Ste. Marie

NOSM Celebrates 10th Anniversary in Sault Ste. Marie

The 2015-2016 academic year marks 10 years since the Northern Ontario Medical School (NOSM) welcomed its inaugural class of medical students. Over the last decade, the School has worked with communities across the region to build a healthier Northern Ontario. From June 20-25, 2016, NOSM will be [Read more]

MP Carol Hughes on Rainbow Coalition Flag Raising on Parliament Hill

MP Carol Hughes on Rainbow Coalition Flag Raising on Parliament Hill

This week, the Prime Minister, Members of Parliament and the public gathered on the front lawn of Centre Block to witness an historic event—the raising of the Pride flag on Parliament Hill. Although it was a symbolic measure, the event showcased Canada’s commitment to work towards inclusivity [Read more]

International Mine Rescue Competition Appoints Canadian Chair

International Mine Rescue Competition Appoints Canadian Chair

Marc Lauzier, Goldcorp VP welcomed by Workplace Safety North NORTH BAY, ON – In 1928, a fire broke out in a Timmins gold mine, killing 39 miners. This incident, one of the worst mining disasters in Canadian history, led to the creation of the internationally renowned Ontario Mine Rescue (OMR) [Read more]

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